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millionaire in training

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  1. I don't think she'll ever get over loosing to Trump. This upset will lat her till the end of her life. She will die pissed off.
  2. Good stuff......... So we wait until the 12th (tomorrow) and see if it really does happen. that it does
  3. I read the same thing a while back. I think it's from Ester and Jerry Hicks. But yes if you "VISUALIZE a thought for 17 seconds you endorse a manifestation of that thought" putting it in escrow so to speak and allowing it come into your life. Sounds like a good plan to me....
  4. Yes Karsten I read that Vietnams Prime Minister was arriving in Washington this week to meet with our POTUS. They had a lot to talk about. It's all good.
  5. Well......I went to Chase today and it was business as usual . Ordered some more VND and paid for it up front. Hopefully I'll be picking it up tomorrow . Paid a little more for it than I did the last time. This time it was $48.00 per million. That Guru is just teasing us.
  6. I'll let you know later. I'll be buying some more today at Chase. Let's see how they handle it.
  7. Trump expected to waive Iran sanctions Wednesday The Donald Trump administration is expected to waive relevant sanctions on Iran on Wednesday, as called for under the landmark nuclear deal, a US official told Al-Monitor. Notification of the waivers is expected to be made in statements from the State and Treasury Departments. The administration is still conducting a broader National Security Council-led interagency review of its policy to Iran, however, including determining whether the deal negotiated under President Barack Obama is in the national interest. US officials said that until the review is completed, the administration will continue to adhere to the terms of the Iran nuclear deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). “We are continuing to review the JCPOA,” a State Department official speaking not for attribution said. “While that review in underway, we continue to implement our commitments." "The Trump administration has made clear that at least until this review is completed, we will adhere to the JCPOA and will ensure that Iran is held strictly accountable to its requirements," the State Department official said. “Once we have finalized our conclusions, we will meet the challenges Iran poses with clarity and conviction.” US officials have declined to offer a timeline for when the reviews will be completed.
  8. Well......this is what they (dinar land) are talking about. 1) Articles came out saying that Abadi is going to announce the liberation of Mosul this coming friday the 19th. 2) Trump arrives in the middle east on the 20th. Apparently this means something. 3) People in Iraq are preparing for a celebration. They're decorating their cars with flags, flowers,bows and signs as if they were going to be part of a parade of some kind. So......talk has it that this coming sunday the 21st is looking very suspicious and possible for an RV. Now.......let's not hold our breath......But....it's gotta happen some day .....so why not this sunday. All in all ....I've got all my fingers and toes crossed. I suggest you all do the same.
  9. Just reading articles that indicate that the Rupiah is one of the currencies that will be RVing this year. You know that bad word that we try and avoid "SOON". I don't know much about this currency. Does anyone have any idea what kind of profit there is to be made from it? It's looking very good. Connected to China,Vietnam,Silk Road concept. This all =
  10. I've always known deep in my gut that the USA would come around and make the right deals with Iran. Im telling ya people......."It's all about the MONEY". Iran is doing business with the world and the USA can't stop them. Let's play nice and we'll all win. You'll see we'll be able to cash out here in the USA. It's just a matter of time... but we will. IT'S HAPPENING......
  11. Skip to m National Tuesday, May 16, 2017 Report: US May Waive Iran Sanctions in Coming Days The administration of US President Donald Trump may issue waivers of some Iran nuclear-related sanctions in the coming days as it adheres, for now, to its commitments under the Iran nuclear deal, while carrying out a comprehensive review of its Iran policy. The notification of the waivers might be issued as early as May 17, a day before Donald Trump is due to depart for Saudi Arabia, Israel, Italy and Brussels on his first foreign trip as president, sources told Al-Monitor, while cautioning that the anticipated action and timing could change. That is also two days before Iran holds the presidential election. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has made reaching the Iran nuclear deal with six world powers a centerpiece of his reelection bid, but has come under criticism from political rivals that Iranians have not received the economic benefits from sanctions relief that the deal promised. The Trump administration is conducting a National Security Council-led inter-agency review of its broader Iran policy. US officials said that until the review is completed, the administration will continue to adhere to terms of the Iran nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. "We are continuing to review the JCPOA," a State Department official, speaking not for attribution, told Al-Monitor. "While that review in underway, we continue to implement our commitments." Waivers of one set of US sanctions on Iran, under the Iran Freedom Counterproliferation Act, are set to expire 120 days after they were last issued by the Obama administration, and would need to be reissued the week of May 15 for the United States not to be in breach of the JCPOA. Waivers of some other US nuclear-related sanctions on Iran are not set to expire until after 180 days, so would not need to be reissued until a few weeks later. "The Trump administration has made clear that at least until this review is completed, we will adhere to the JCPOA and will ensure that Iran is held strictly accountable to its requirements," the State Department official said. "Once we have finalized our conclusions, we will meet the challenges Iran poses with clarity and conviction." US officials have declined to offer a timeline for when the inter-agency review of US policy on Iran and the JCPOA will be completed. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson certified in an April 18 letter to Congress that Iran was adhering to the nuclear deal, which went into effect in January 2016, after years of negotiations. ***Foot-Stomping But addressing reporters a day later, Tillerson harshly denounced Iran's alleged support for terrorism and its backing for the Bashar al-Assad government in Syria and resistance groups in the region. The Trump administration intends to pursue a comprehensive policy toward Iran that addresses those "malign behaviors", he said. "A comprehensive Iran policy requires that we address all of the threats posed by Iran, and it is clear there are many," Tillerson said April 19. The JCPOA "completely ignored all of the other serious threats that Iran poses", Tillerson asserted. But asked whether the United States should then break out of the deal, Tillerson said he did not think that would be constructive. "We just don't see that that's a prudent way to be dealing with Iran, certainly not in the context of all of their other disruptive activities," he replied. Trump himself took another swipe at the deal the next day. "It was a terrible agreement; it shouldn't have been signed; it shouldn't have been negotiated the way it was negotiated," Trump, meeting at the White House with Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni, said on April 20. And though his administration had just two days earlier formally certified Iran's compliance with the deal, Trump claimed Iran was not living up to the deal's "spirit". "They are not living up to the spirit of the agreement, I can tell you that. And we are analyzing it very carefully, and we will have something to say about it in the not-too-distant future," he said. It was anticipated that any US sanctions waiver issued by the Trump administration this month would likely be accompanied by a similarly harsh "foot-stomping" such as those from Trump and Tillerson that followed the certification of Iranian compliance with the deal last month. US officials are at least keeping in mind the May 19 Iranian elections, although it is unclear how much that vote might restrain the officials' comments on Iran. Notably, Iran's Rouhani has recently hinted in the final days of the campaign that if he wins a second term, he might be willing to pursue negotiations with the United States on issues beyond the Iran nuclear deal, to try to get non-nuclear sanctions on Iran removed. "I will engage myself in lifting all the non-nuclear sanctions during the coming four years and bring back the grandeur of Iran and the Iranian people," Rouhani, speaking at the third and final presidential debate, said. The Trump administration is aware of the Iranian political calendar, a former US-Iran nuclear negotiator, Richard Nephew, said. But it is still likely to accompany any nod to Iran's compliance with the deal with harsh rhetoric about Iran's regional behavior. "I think they [US officials] are sensitive to the fact that this is not a random week in May; that this is sensitive time for the Iranians politically," Nephew, now with Columbia University, said.
  12. And a martini.... It's called ambiance..... So glad you gals are back.....
  13. I saw animals first. Im also an animal lover so I thought that was the most important....then I saw the beautiful pictures of the people....very nice. I wonder what this says about us? Good one Moose....you're so sassy....
  14. Yea these one liners are like OMG...lol From what I've read from different sources the dinar and rial are looking to go first........then the dong. The question that no one can answer is how soon after ? If they wait too long to revalue then there is going to be a lot of double dipping taking place. That actually sounds pretty good to me.
  15. I believe that has been the plan all along.
  16. THEEEEYYYYY'ER BAAAAAACCCCKKKKK !!!!! Voted Most Popular .....Definitely Loved by all.
  17. Yes Karsten, I also read this the other day. I personally like and respect Backdoc . He is very much into studying the Dinar, Dong , Rial and other countries currencies. . The reason that he says that he can't comment publicly on it is because he will sound like a pumper or financial adviser and at this point there are consequences to that. But I do know him and I know that he knows what he's talking about. Very, very knowledgeable person in many areas on world events. He is a gentleman and a great teacher. Stay hopeful. MIT
  18. Im on the "earth is round " team. Im surprised that this is even a topic out there. Apparently...... how high do they have to go to see this ?......from a rocket ship perspective? ! ? !
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