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Adam Montana weekly - January 8, 2014

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Good morning and Happy New Year to you all! I hope you all had a
safe and wonderful holiday season.
As we head into 2014 with a long year behind us, I want to take a
short moment to remind you to focus on the BIG picture. Sometimes
it's easy to get distracted by the little brush fires that constantly pop
up in any major event or undertaking… and that is Iraq's situation.
They are progressing towards a monumental return to their former
glory, and along the way things will happen. 
As long as they keep progressing, I'm still confident in their upcoming
Speaking of "monumental" and "success", one of the best bits of
news floating around out there is the CBI being accepted into the
BIS and expecting an official credit rating shortly. The unofficial
rate is "B"… more on that later.
The BIS will only be dealing with the CBI (Central Bank of Iraq), not
Warka or National Bank of Iraq or any other bank… only the CBI.
Turki tells us that "BIS plans annually to invest cash reserves deposited
with him by the world's central banks…"
Basically, the CBI was just accepted into the Big Boy Club, and
the path to major international transactions is opening wide! How
can that NOT be good for us?! 
Here's some food for thought... would it make sense, when ReValuing 
the Dinar, to use the Credit Rating as a ratio, since the Dinar is pegged 
directly to the Dollar?
I think it's going to have some influence, at the very least! :twothumbs:
And without further adieu… here's the weekly questions! I will sprinkle
some more tidbits throughout.


waitingondinar Hi Adam,   Iraq stated they began placing tariffs on products coming into the country. I believe they said the tariff is 20% on the incoming products.
Don't they need a rate for currency so they will know if the tariff is taxed at a rate that makes sense for the country?



Not only do they need a rate, they need imports upon which to collect 

said tariffs. With the value of the dinar so low, it makes no sense to put 

efforts into creating and enforcing tariffs.


The more I hear about tariffs, the more I say "GOOD! RV to an increased 

rate so people will be buying things to be imported, and collect the revenue

to help pay for the RV. Everyone wins!"




TexasMike1958 HI Adam....and HNY.  Do you believe the takeover of Fallujah by A-Q will have a negative effect on our investment?? The tariff being implemented sounds good, but this stuff about Fallujah sure doesn't smell right to me.  What is your take on it??


Great question, and probably the only negative thing I see happening right 
now. Luckily Iraq is out of Chapter 7 and is free to fight for themselves, so 
we should see a quick resolution to this one way or another. 


new york kevin Hello there and good day to you. How will the dynamics and fallout from this Fallujah dust up effect the dynamics of the Iraqi economic policy, the manuvers of Maliki in public and behind doors. Will Maliki use this as an excuse to squash the rebellion and Sunni people, consolidate and hold onto power in any event; or will he kick them out of Fallujah and chase them back into Syria, perhaps using the new Russian attack helicopters, gain control of Iraq's borders, show how tough he is and then let the constitution and elections rule. and let this puppy RV/RI/increase in value.? 
Maliki may very well do exactly that! I was pondering the exact same thing 
over the last couple days. I'll add to your thoughts one thing - US Congress 
has been delaying sending US arms (including Apache helicopters!) to Iraq 
for exactly that reason... because some believe Maliki would use our weapons 
against the Sunnis. If Iraq ends up in desperate need of these instruments, and 
it finally gets through our Congress and into his hands, we may be looking at a
major power shift in Iraq. If that happens, things will move even faster than ever!


Hellifiknow Hello adam  What's this I hear UN may reinstate ch.7 sanctions? Seriously bad for dinarians I imagine ?   But will iraq not need money to fight the crime in their society ? Money can't buy you love but you will need some to run a gov. How long can they keep running iraq on/with a worthless currency?
Tks 4 all U do go rv





calkid11 Hello Adam, have you heard anything new on the HCL? Was wondering if they were covering it up with different stories.
wishing you a late happy holidays for you & your family and all the Mods out there.
Thank you for all you and the mods do for us here.
Nothing significant, unfortunately. My opinion is that it is ready to go... they 
are just waiting on the other pieces to line up, and then everything happens 
at once.


mrref ...why would they RV as long as the US Dollar is still available to them?? I mean come on they can live on the US Dollar for however long it takes..



Living on the dollar is fine, but it's still 1166 dinars. They aren't doing themselves 
any favors by keeping the rate of the dinar low.
Once the rate of the dinar is back up, they won't want to use dollars anymore.

vietnam1969  Good day Adam, staff, mods and fellow members.  Recently I read an article which stated that the Renmindi could be the next reserve currency since the US dollar is and has been losing value for some time now. Considering that China has almost  four trillion US dollars in their vaults and God only knows how many dinar stashed away, what is your thought on how this could affect our investment in dinar or would this have no impact on it? Thanks 


That's a good question, but I don't see the investment being affected by a change 
in the reserve currency. The value is still the same until it is changed, whether it's 
written in spanish, english, or chinese.


dantach How will Iraq's proven inability to protect their wealth affect the future RV?
Actually, I think the opposite is true. Iraq's Dinar lost value at one point in somewhat 
recent history. Since that time, they have consistently proven their ability to raise 
and maintain the value.
With that said, their track record looks very favorably on their ability to RV. :twothumbs:


boosterbglee Adam…sorry about your Packers!  It was a good effort!
That was a GREAT game! I never expected to make it that far, and them boys put 
in a great effort! :)


Rusty69 Hi Adam; What are Your Thoughts on the ISX being an Indicator or Gauge in relation to the Dinar international Rate?
Hey Rusty, good question. Since we won't have significant warning prior to a major 
rate change, I believe the ISX is a follower, not a leader. :twocents:



That's about it for this week (SO FAR!). 
Stay warm, it's cold out there for most of us!


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Thanks Adam - Back to the waiting game - Like I said before no one really knows whats going on in Iraq and I still havn't seen anything suggesting that they will RV anytime soon - I hope I am wrong.....

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Posted 06 January 2014 - 09:06 AM

Good morning Adam.I see lately that Iraq has paid out some contracts in Trillions of Dinar.if the contractor held on to that dinar and it RV'S,would the contractor be a Gazillionaire?just thinking.Thank you,Adam

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I noticed you skip this important and excellent question by longtime member STEALTH WARRIOR.  It was 7th on the list.  Any reason why?  I was looking forward to this response, if you had one.

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CNN. << BREAKING NEWS >> From The DV News Section .....





CNN. Broadcasting Near Sighted From Kurdistan !




Kurdistan: the oil agreement with Baghdad is near

01/08/2014 04:33
A member of the House of Representatives for the Kurdistan Alliance, Mohammed Qasim, said that the agreement was reached between the central government and the region on oil contracts is near.

According to Qasim's (IMN), that "the recent visits by a delegation of the Kurdistan region, and the statements of Deputy Prime Minister for Energy, Hosni al-Shahristani, are also asserts that the agreements have become very close."

He added that "the next few days will witness a development in the relations between the central and regional governments on oil agreements."

The Kurdistan Regional Government has entered into contracts with several international oil companies without reference to the federal government, which blew a great debate in the country.




 - CNN


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CNN. << BREAKING NEWS >> From The DV News Section .....





CNN. Broadcasting Near Sighted From Kurdistan !




Kurdistan: the oil agreement with Baghdad is near

01/08/2014 04:33

A member of the House of Representatives for the Kurdistan Alliance, Mohammed Qasim, said that the agreement was reached between the central government and the region on oil contracts is near.

According to Qasim's (IMN), that "the recent visits by a delegation of the Kurdistan region, and the statements of Deputy Prime Minister for Energy, Hosni al-Shahristani, are also asserts that the agreements have become very close."

He added that "the next few days will witness a development in the relations between the central and regional governments on oil agreements."

The Kurdistan Regional Government has entered into contracts with several international oil companies without reference to the federal government, which blew a great debate in the country.




 - CNN


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Ha Ha!   he said..."The next few days"...Ha ha ha.....

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Ha Ha!   he said..."The next few days"...Ha ha ha.....


At Least He Didn't Use A Four Letter Word - 'Soon' ! :o:soon:


    :D     :D    :D

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I do remember seeing that un official credit rating somewhere in the past

Hopfully the new official rating will be higher

Iraqs debt to GDP is 31 percent

The USA is 101 percent

It would seem Iraq is in a position to make payments better than the USA who has a triple AAA rating

But I'm sure there's other factors in play here like security

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I believe we are no longer AAA+


Although as of September, 2012, none of the Big Three have taken any downgrade action after S&P's August 2, 2011 downgrade from AAA to AA+, Egan-Jones downgraded twice further in 2012. After its initial rating cut on July 16, 2011 from AAA to AA+, Egan-Jones cut its rating a second time on April 5, 2012 from AA+ to AA "because of the lack of any tangible progress on addressing the problems and the continued rise in debt to GDP."[30] On September 14, 2012, Egan-Jones cut its rating a third time from AA to AA-, the lowest of what is considered "high grade", as a reaction to QE3.[31]


On October 15, 2013 the credit agency Fitch warned that it may cut the U.S. credit rating, citing the political brinkmanship over raising the federal debt ceiling. [32]

On October 17, 2013 Dagong Global Credit Rating downgraded the United States from A to A-, and maintained a negative outlook on the country's credit.[33]

Consequences to Credit Rating Agencies[edit]

This is from Wiki...I know not the best link...I will look for something more reliable later

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      OMG!!! This woman is so long winded -- it just amazes me how she can go on & on -- I hope she is wrong about it maybe being another month !!!! 
      UU1012 – “Re-positioning Iraq for Wealth” by Mnt Goat
      Hi Everyone,
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      In the face of what they are confronting with the money needed to fight ISIS and all the bad publicity about the corruption of Maliki, (the 800+ billion of missing funds) and how they are trying to create a safe haven for investors and tourists to come into Iraq, I sincerely do not believe they will want to be looked at as an insolvent country. I do not believe this will happen.
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      There is also the ATM machines where they can not use the 3 zero notes. These machines have been purchased as a great cost to modernize Iraq years ago however they can only be used when the lower denominations are issued (such as when the purchasing power of their currency increases significantly).
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      Yes they certainly can do this. They have done this with countless other laws already. This has been a huge problem all along for anyone trying to figure out this process. It is the not as straight forward as we would like it to be. But remember also we are not in the Maliki administration anymore.
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    • By Adam Montana
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      Hey Frank - I haven't logged into Warka in a while, I'm not sure what the latest is over there. Sorry bud.
      Article 8 (the one that all the buzz has been about) does not have a significant bearing on the IQD becoming an internationally traded currency.      
      Who would want it?! That's a great question - I don't see any serious contenders either way, so it's kind of a moot question.
      That's it for now folks!
      VIP members, email coming your way shortly, and I'll also send the link to this chat by email to all members. Have a great day, and GOOO RRRRVVVVVV!!!!!!!!!!!
    • By Adam Montana
      Hey everyone, Happy Wednesday!
      I’m sure you’ve all noticed, but there’s a LOT going on in the news regarding 
      oil, Kurdistan, Erbil… this is ALL good for progress on the HCL, which I 
      mentioned last week (and the week before I believe!).
      With that said, most of what I want to say will be answered in the weekly dinar 
      questions… so here we go!
      Hey eburt - that's been floating around for a while now on various news channels. The opposite has also been making the rounds... I don't see any reason to worry about it any more than any other news reports. I don't think it will happen.
      What I was referring to was the progress on the HCL! The Kurds meeting in Baghdad to discuss oil and the recent discussions on Erbil are EXACTLY that... this is good stuff!
      The name below:
      Obviously the HCL isn't resolved yet, but we're seeing a major flurry of news on it. I'm pretty excited about it right now.
      And "1166 to 1165"... , yes I guess that is *technically* a move in the right direction, but I don't believe that will be the case!
      I can't give an exact date on Parliament, and even if I did they could change it. They are indeed making progress towards resolving the oil laws and I don't think the WTO is a requirement, either legally or fundamentally.
      Note: they don't have to be in full agreement on the oil situation in order to RV. They can RV and still continue to argue, just like they did before the value dropped. Anyone who thinks they have to all hold hands and sing a happy song together before they will raise the value is simply wrong.
      First, the HCL: Look for oil news in the News Forum here at dinarvets. 
      Second, WTO: If they raise the value of their dinar, who here thinks they won't be ushered into the WTO shortly after? WTO doesn't have to come first! Make sense?
      Like I said above, they will always dig their heels and bicker, even after the RV. That's just their culture.
      Richard Sherman, the guy who singlehandedly made every undecided fan an instant Broncos supporter? That guy obviously has no class, and he showed it right there. I feel bad for his teammates.
      (Except for the fact that he is actually really good )
      That's a great question, and believe it or not... it's been asked and answered a bunch of times in the past. I'll give you my opinion.
      First, these "trillion dollar contracts" aren't paid out in lump sums - they are paid in installments, just like any other contract. So when the value of the dinar spikes drastically, the future value of the unpaid work is like the future value of a loaf of bread. A loaf of bread that's worth 2000 dinar today is not going to be worth 2000 dinar after the RV. 
      Second, the contracts that are paid in trillions of dinars aren't kept in dinars under some contractors bed.... they are converted to another currency. Therefore the "trillions" of dinars have already been converted to millions of (USD or some other currency), which really makes this question a fun brain teaser... but not much of an argument against an RV.
      And as I'm sure you all know about me... I don't waste my time arguing about it anyway. We will all see how it pans out one way or another, and hopefully pretty soon!

    • By rulesforrebels
      Hey guys, I know there's been a lot of discussion about the Guru sites and pumper websites. I know Dinar Recaps has been catching a lot of flack lately on here. I've spoken to a couple of these site owners in the past and learned something very interesting. I know alot of dinar people put so much stock in the opinions of site owners but having spoken to a few most of these guys are just affiliate marketers and don't really have any special info or knowledge on currency or finance. Basically they did a search on google keyword tool found dinar is a high paying keyword with very little competition and decided to start a website about it. 
      Had they found that RC remote control cars or cough medicine was high paying words they would have chosen those. Just want to point out that just because the guy who runs another site or **************** or whatever site says something it doesn't mean they are experts on currency it simply means they understand SEO and affiliate marketing and decided to start a website. Don't put too much stock in their personal opinions. 
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