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really good new i lovw to cash in at 3+ it will make my life.need money at this exchange rate hope every body agree with me ?  :eyebrows:  :backflip:

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:twothumbs:

 

JUST DO IT!!!

 

Go RV or RI !!!!

:bravo:

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Maria, Como Esta?

mi espanol es mi malo.

WM13

Muy malo...Smile.

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There is a lot going on today in speaches and events.

Ban Ki Moon will be on Wall Street to ring in the opening and closing bell.

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This will be awesome, if indeed it returns to amount!

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This will be awesome, if indeed it returns to amount!

Guru Jester had a news item that the Premier of Viet Nam will also be at Wall Street to celebrate a Wall Street event.

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Maybe these guys are there to ring each others bell. I just don't get excited any more from anything a GURU post. Now if we hear something from Adam ill do cartwheels. Maybe someone will put this on Adams chat in question form.

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Just my thoughts on the matter, It would be wiser to think 1 to 1. I don't think they are foolish enough to start out the gate at 3 Plus. But then again these folks don't have all there bricks in the wall.Just saying,

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Some think that's out of reach... that it's impossible... but if you understand Fiat currency... and then realize they have more backin' their currency than almost every other country....  as well as historically speakin' they were actually above the $4.00 mark years before that... so if you factor in inflation... $3.30 is "cheap" and totally doable... imo!!!   ;) 

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