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PostSubject: Continuing rate questions   Thu Sep 01, 2011 11:33 am

Bluwolf, from another site, continues to insist that the $3.68 IQD rate is the low rate and that $5.25 rate is the CBI rate and that we can demand the higher rate. I also saw that the IQD rate was $5.27 on yet another site and the VND was coming in from $.22-.27 cents. If this is indeed the case, can we demand the higher IQD rate or take our business elsewhere as Bluwolf suggests? I think informing the dinar investors of what their options are is important. I'm not trying to "rock the boat" but I do want to be informed as I prepare for the future. The difference in the two rates would result in phenomenal profits for the banks, and dinar dealers, at our expense if we accept the lower rate.
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PostSubject: Re: Continuing rate questions   Thu Sep 01, 2011 11:35 am

I definately agree- Great post-
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PostSubject: Re: Continuing rate questions   Thu Sep 01, 2011 12:04 pm

Good morning tdv75098:


I enjoy the speculation (as to what the rate will be) as much as anyone. The simple truth of the matter is that all speculation will go out the door once the Dinar Rv's.

The likelihood is that at least one person on the many Dinar sites will be correct in their projected rate.

The most intriguing aspect of the "guess the rate game" is what currency will the Dinar be re-valued to?

If the Dinar was to RV against the British Pound, the majority of the projections would be out the door. I know, I know, most of the Guru's have said that the Dinar RV will be tied to the US Dollar.

In the famous words of Yogi Berra: It ain't over until it's over.

In my case, my wife and I have decided that after the Dinar has Re-valued, we will finalize all our asset protection plans, update our wills/ trusts and all other legal documents. We will then wait for a week to 10 days to evaluate our options. Obviously a great deal of our plans will be determined by the initial rate, what it is tied to, any tax changes that are implemented and time frames that are designated by the RV.

I believe that this website (and a few others) will be far more important after the Dinar has Rv'd. Within days, you will hear what banks are doing, what games are being played, what incentives are being made.

Without any doubt in my mind, I believe this site will be very helpful in letting us know what margin is out there for negotiation.

I just don't see any advantage of being the first person in line to cash in your Dinar's.

I understand that you might not have the luxury of waiting a week or ten days to cash in. If that is the case, cash in only what you need to and then sit back, watch, listen, and then cash in.

I wish you great luck with the RV!
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PostSubject: Re: Continuing rate questions   Thu Sep 01, 2011 12:16 pm

As stated above, I am sure this site and others will have what the rates will be and some options on cashing in your dinar. I believe we will all have a pretty good idea on our options by that time. If things are tight, cash in just enough to make sure all of your affairs are in order to make sure you don't overpay taxes. Just a thought.
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PostSubject: Re: Continuing rate questions   Thu Sep 01, 2011 12:32 pm

As usual this will likely be wrong. Be prepared so that you are not disappointed.
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PostSubject: Re: Continuing rate questions   Thu Sep 01, 2011 1:01 pm

@silvertongue wrote:
As usual this will likely be wrong. Be prepared so that you are not disappointed.

You are sooo right!!!!! shame
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