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Kaparoni is Now Educated! 10/10/18

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Kaparoni is Now Educated! 10/10/18

Post  Ssmith on Thu Oct 11, 2018 7:53 am

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I have not stated anything… regarding an RV or an RI in over 6 years. And yes the first four years I was in this investment I did think it was a possibility until I became more educated. Central banks don’t spend 90 billion dinars to reprint existing currency unless they expected to be in circulation for at least a few years. If anything this should put an end to the…nonsense. There is no overnight event. The only possible positive outlook on the dinar would be a gradual appreciation via float over time…I’ve said so for 6 years there is no RV RI. Monetary policy is a name used by central banks to categorize tools that they use to maintain exchange rates. Floating the currency is one of those tools as it is used to combat inflationary pressure created by an influx of capital and investment. That is how monetary policy works. It’s not some random act.
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