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    • By Adam Montana
      Goooood Wednesday to you all!
       
      I'm actually starting this on Tuesday, pretty sure I won't have time to finish it in the morning, so it will probably be afternoon by the time this is posted.
       
      The reason is simple - while we don't have an RV announcement (your phone would have blown up by now!), we DO have a lot of interesting and promising items on the table. 
       
      Up front and center is the new Prime Minister Allawi. As a short recap:
       
      Late last year, the former PM resigned. There were several failed attempts to replace the PM. A PM is necessary.  Mohammed Allawi was instated as a possibly temporary PM. That "temporary" bit doesn't look so temporary now, because: Allawi is acting in a permanent manner. Namely: I posted some comments at that link above and I think it bears repeating here:
       
      "I love everything about how he is doing his job.
       
      He's getting work done and not allowing people to try to influence the process. This is definitely the most efficient and possibly the ONLY way to be successful at the job - make decisions, tell people what was done, and move forward."
       
      It's not surprising that he hasn't got the job done overnight. Taking the helm in this situation is a BIG job, and in my opinion Allawi is doing a stellar job and getting things done incredibly fast.
       
       to @Mary B for bringing this article:
       
       
      That first post should tell us how complex his job is, but again - refer to the earlier quoted post above, and my opinion is the same - Allawi is doing an impressive job.
       

       
      Other items of note:
       
      DJIA is down since my last update - as is Gold, OIL, and pretty much everything else. Presumably, this is related to the coronavirus epidemic... which makes one wonder, is this a government CIA cartel illuminati plot to control the financial market, is it the end of times and those of us that are prepared for the Zombie Apocalypse are the only ones who will survive... or is it another bird flu / SARS / mad cow disease scare that is going to blow over in short order?
       
      Bird flu lasted a year, SARS maybe two years. I'm guessing the coronavirus epidemic will be about the same, but there's always the chance I'll be thankful I have my stockpile of metals, bullets, and MREs. That's why we have those things, of course!
       
      Bitcoin is also slightly down since my last update, but going back only 3 months shows it's really up about 15%. Nobody really has a clue how or when any crypto will go up or down - that science is even murkier than the Iraqi Dinar - but don't forget about the halvening coming up in 75 days! The last halvings have resulted in massive spikes - about 10X, both times according to this article.  Personally, I'm HODLing!
       
      Don't forget to get in the Powerball Pool!
       
      Last (but not least),
       
      GOOOOO RRRRVVVVVVV!!!!!!
       

       
      - Adam
       
       
    • By Adam Montana
      Good morning all, and Happy Wednesday!
       
      I'm a bit slammed with non-dinar related work, so just a short update today. I do have more, but it should hold till the weekend.
       
      DJIA is solid over 29,000.
       
      BTC is on a strong hold over $10,000.
       
      A sincereto everyone for the awesome work in this thread:
       
       
      If you had any questions about the current progress of Allawi, just check the last page or two on that thread! (Currently page 5 and 6, it might be well past that by the time you see this!)
       
      You may have noticed a lack of chatter about "protesters" over the last week or two... that's just one of the topics that has quietly just left the news. Of course we don't see anyone making a big deal out of positive news, because that's not the kind of stuff that sells newspapers.
       
      But it IS the kind of thing we want to see, because it's what is going to lead us to a higher value on the Dinar.
       
      Allawi is building a foundation, the pieces are falling into place, and I have nothing negative to report.
       
      I am very interested in seeing a continuation of this one:
       
       
       
      I think that all makes for a pretty fantastic Wednesday update, even if it is short! 
       
       
       
      I've got some work to get done, y'all be good, happy, and keep up the good work...
       
      Gooooo RRRVVVV!!!!!
       

       
      - Adam
       
       
       
       
       
    • By Adam Montana
      Happy Wednesday everyone!
       
      Just dropping a note to say I am here, just swamped today with some work that's unrelated to Dinar.
       
      Rather than give 20%, I'm going to postpone until later this week. 
       
      This one has some potential... more on that when I return.
       
       
      Have a fantastic day, everyone! Life is good, don't forget to smell the roses and dance in the rain. Or snow, if that's what you have outside. You get my point.
       
      - Adam
    • By Adam Montana
      Good morning good morning!!!
       
      We are a couple days past the presentation of the new (possibly interim) Prime Minister, and my sentiments thus far can be summarized in a word:
       
      HAPPY.
       
      The abbreviated backstory goes like this:
       
      Iraq thrown into dark ages, currency plummets in value. A decade of work later, Iraq is fairly stable and they still have enough black gold to fill a gazillion olympic pools. Corruption remains a problem, citizens tire of the charades, demand change. November 2019, former PM Mahdi resigns.  Several unsuitable candidates were presented, we hung in limbo.  
      The new PM was selected late last week. He's had less than a full week to screw it up, and he has not. 
       
      Seriously - 5 days is plenty of time to drive the bus right off a cliff, and he has not.
       
      In fact, he's doing things right. One great example of what's going on in the background - the stuff we don't see on the news - is this thread, where Iran is obviously making a last ditch effort to hold ground. 
       
      Does anyone think Iran is going to win this ultimatum? I do not. Especially not with Allawi at the helm, who is presumably approved by greater powers than Iran. This is precisely why Iran is making their last ditch, desperate attempt to gain footing... and it looks like a failed attempt from the start.
       
      If Iran has any success whatsoever in this attempt, we are going to see it immediately. I can't wait to see this Iranian attempt fall on it's face!
       
      Another example? The Budget, which was approved-but-held-and-now-this (back on track!).
       
      I'll be candid - Tawfik Allawi was not my "top pick" for the new PM. But, current PM Allawi does have a very solid history of butting heads with Maliki, and that's about as solid of an endorsement as anyone should need.
       
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      I'm going to end this post here, but I'm not going far! GOOOOOO RRRRRRVVVVVV!!!!!
       

       
      - Adam
       
       
       
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    • By Adam Montana
      Howdy DinarVets! Superbowl Sunday is upon us, but that's not why I'm here right now.
       
      I mentioned in this week's update that we were expecting a Prime Minister to be named
      towards the end of this week.
       
      Those of you who know me are well aware that I don't give predictions very often... my
      sources were strong enough on this one that I went against the usual grain and put it out there.
       
      Sure enough... as of yesterday, Iraq has a new Prime Minister, and the name is Allawi. I
      also weighed in that I believed it would be one of the Allawis! That's a solid 2 for 2 on
      recent predictions, thank you very much!
       
      I should quit while I'm ahead, but what fun is that?! I've got one more in me.
       

       
      First, who is this guy that is now Prime Minister of Iraq?
       
      From Wikipedia:
       
       
      Here's what I really like about this guy:
       
      "...both times he resigned from his position in protest against al-Maliki..."
       
      There is talk about protests continuing due to his appointment, but I'm leaning
      towards "fake news" on that one. It would not surprise me at all to learn that the
      "protests" being referenced are paid for by Iranian or Malikian sources. 
       
      I would normally avoid quoting anything published on the NYT, but there is truth to this:
       
       
      To be sure we are considering both sides of this new situation, here's another article:
       
      Here's what I'll note about that article:
       
      1. "Hundreds" of protesters - not thousands.
      2. The protesters, as stated in that article, don't have a person that they would accept.
      They are just protesting to protest at this point.
       
      So, what about my prediction? The one that could get me the coveted Turkey, the
      Hat Trick, the Trifecta?
       
      If this new PM Allawi shows immediate action on two items, we are on the fastest track
      to an RV we could hope for. Those things are simple:
       
      1. Something, anything, to immediately show that he is "anti-Iran". 
       
      and
       
      2. Something, anything, to immediately show that he is anti-status-quo and anti-Maliki.
       
      These things are easy! And they can be accomplished this week. If he does these things,
      the protests will subside, and we are fast tracking.
       
      THIS WEEK, my friends! We are either going to see an RV or we are going to have a very
      solid picture of the actual "when", and I see it happening quick.
       
      I don't care if it's a penny, a dime, a dollar, or a full RI - we're looking at some good stuff.
       
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      GOOOO RRRRRVVVV!!!!!
       
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      - Adam 
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