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  1. We do have some savvy world travelers here on the forums, but I realize now I could have posed that statement a little differently. And tied it together better. Ill follow up up on it - possibly tomorrow, since I have some flight time. ✈️
  2. I think I've heard people suggest 10 cents to the dollar... I'll dig around and see if I can find a source
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  4. Good afternoon all! There are some rumblingsssss right now! This recent development with China may be “more than meets the eye”, and I’m hearing some encouraging things about the oil law (DoD posted some of it here) - I’ll expand on that as time allows, but in the meantime we are having a flash sale!! Use discount code “flash” for: - $10 off 3 month VIP - $16 off 5 month VIP - $76 off PLATINUM LIFETIME VIP — $106 off PLATINUM +OSI ACCESS!!! This is a flash sale! It ends soon - get it now! Discount coupon code “flash”. https://dinarvets.com/forums/index.php?/store/category/1-vip-membership-packages/
  5. Citing your sources can be helpful when starting a discussion about a specific topic.
  6. GOOD afternoon, all! Quick note about the drone attacks on the Saudis - OIL is a pivotal issue in the Iraqi Dinar rate. It's no surprise that the recent events caused a flurry of commotion in the Dinar world. Oil speculation went wild for a couple minutes (ok, days), but currently stabilized at $59... sounds like the above statements from Saudi sources are believed by the world, and therefore they are true. (Think about that, if you have to! ) Perhaps more worthy of our attention right now is the deal with China. Before I go into this, let's consider a different country. I'm talking about Panama. I learned a couple things about that country, and the way money flows through it, from my work in Asset Protection and my travels to Panama to explore options there. (I've talked extensively about this in VIP/OSI.) Don't worry, I'm not getting sidetracked here. This is VERY relevant to Iraq, Iraq's currency, and the value of Iraq's currency. Does anyone here know who builds and maintains the roads in Panama? Hint... it's not Panama. More importantly, do you know who collects the moneys for the tolls on the highways in Panama? Once again... it's not Panama. Panama cares not for the large amounts of money being spent on, and earned by, the roadways there. The roadways are very important! But they are not Panama's bread and butter... so they outsource it. Kind of like what Iraq may be doing with China. Abdul Mahdi is spending a week, with an entourage, on this. Check it out: China does more than just steal our patents and influence the forex with their currency manipulation. China has the ability to dump loads of money into Iraq's infrastructure, taking significant weight off of the Iraqis in that regard, which would free up Iraq's resources (time/people/government/etc) to focus on their actual bread and butter. China won't be doing this for free... in fact, I can foresee Iraq becoming so indebted to China over this that they are forced to raise the value of their currency just to cover the debt that they will willingly incur from China in order to fast-track their future. Iraq then officially enters the currency manipulation game, just to keep up with China, and that just tickles me pink! Who wins if this happens? Everyone. China wins. Iraq wins. We win. This is a clear path to Iraq becoming even stronger, with a stronger currency, and the rest is sort of irrelevant. Pretty neat stuff. Discuss below, and GOOOO RRRRVVVVVV!!!! - Adam
  7. My crystal ball says anything that will guide oil to higher prices is potentially a good thing for Iraq's future. Obviously there's more to it than that, but the Crystal Ball tends to be a bit vague at times
  8. What browser are you using? What Operating System? Those first two posts contain embedded twitter links FYI. Can you access Twitter directly?
  9. That does not give me what I need... try this. On the post you are referring to, find the "share" icon (top right of the post), click it, copy link to the post, then paste it here for me.
  10. Hey everyone - original topic post edited to include my weekly update (above). GOOO RRRVVVV!!!!
  11. Iraq-Saudi border crossing to reopen after nearly 30 years A signpost close to the Arar border crossing between Iraq and Saudi Arabia. Photo: AFP ERBIL, Kurdistan Region — An Iraq-Saudi Arabia border crossing is set to reopen after nearly three decades of closure, Iraq’s border crossing department announced on Thursday. A meeting held between Iraqi and Saudi border authorities at the Arar crossing set October 15 as a test period for its reopening, a department statement said. Anbar provincial council member Amira Odaie spoke to Rudaw on Thursday about the meeting. “Early on Thursday morning, Iraq’s border crossing department met with their Saudi Arabian counterparts to discuss the opening of Arar crossing border, in order to boost trades and tourism between the two countries,” Odaie said. Opening the Arar crossing will also provide job opportunities to Anbar province’s young people currently suffering from high rates of unemployment, she added. Graphic: Mohammed Alsafar | Rudaw English, Maps4news Arar crossing closed back in 1991, when relations between the two countries deteriorated after then-president Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait. Iraq-Saudi relations were further damaged under former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki’s tenure. Rapprochement between the two began in 2015, when Saudi Arabia reopened their Baghdad embassy after 25 years of closure. A Saudi-Iraqi Coordination Council was established in October 2017 with the aim of strengthening relations between the two countries. Vying for influence in the country over regional rival Iran, Saudi Arabia opened a consulate in Baghdad in April 2019 after a visit from a 100-person Saudi delegation, including nine ministers. Riyadh pledged $1.5 billion in loans to Iraq during the trip. Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi visited Saudi Arabia later that month, when the two countries signed 13 deals in the fields of political consultation, investment promotion and protection, agriculture, energy, electricity, and higher education. The Arar border crossing currently opens once a year, to allow Iraqi pilgrims to enter Saudi Arabia to perform the Islamic rite of Hajj. Link: https://www.rudaw.net/english/middleeast/iraq/12092019
  12. It's 9/11/19... never forget. I have an update, but it won't be posted till tomorrow. In the meantime... ================ Good morning all! 12 September, 2019 as I'm editing this post. September 11 is always a tough day for me personally... Like many of you, I remember exactly where I was. What I felt. How deeply I and my fellow Americans and indeed the world were affected on that day. As important as the Iraqi Dinar RV is to many of us, I simply could not bring myself to post anything other than my heartfelt remembrance yesterday. My heart, prayers, and thoughts will always be with the many who were affected on that day years ago - but today is a new day, and while I/We will never forget... we must move forward. As we move forward, to the present day, where so much has changed and yet so much has not, there is another situation that is taking a lot of my time right now - the devastation left by Hurricane Dorian, particularly in the Bahamas. I've been personally involved with some relief missions over the last week, and I'm continuing to work with a couple of groups that are dedicated to helping the Bahamians long after this current disaster is out of the News. This community has came together in the past to accomplish some amazing things (remember TFYC for Dominica?), and I have confidence that I'll be able to reach out for your support in a couple weeks when I've solidified some things I'm currently working on. Just like our relief efforts for Dominica, I will be personally ensuring that any dollars this group donates will be put to the most efficient possible use, with 0 waste. On to the Dinar! WTI OIL is currently at 54.94 - I don't think I've ever seen an easier chart to read. This is what we call "stabilized": It's been some time since this came up in the news, but I believe it was about 5 months ago I made mention of Saudi Arabia working on playing nice with Iraq again... and what they have to gain by doing so. Saudi Arabia couldn't be bothered to give Iraq the time of day 10 years ago... now, they are changing their tune: Other news that's positive - CBI, IMF, GOI are all active. We are not in one of those vacation-day lulls. Overall, it looks like things should start moving... right in time to hit a mid-September spurt. That's it for now! Stay positive, stay safe, be well everyone, and of course GOOOOO RRRVVVV!!!!! - Adam P.S. It seems fitting to throw one of these in here: Arrrrg!
  13. Is there one in specific that you can't see? How do you know you can only see half?
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