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From LL: I’ve been in this investment for 5 years . I’ve never been able to get on the calls because I’m always at work. I live in a small town in Alabama. I bank with Wells Fargo and I’ve been calling them over the past few years about the upcoming RV.
I’ve even tried to get appointments with wealth managers, but they always told me that it was a scam and would never return my calls if I left a message.
At 2:21 p.m. central time today I received a call from a wealth manager at my local Wells Fargo. He asked me if I was still interested in talking with them about wealth management.
I told him that I was, but they had always given me the run-around, so I had stop trying to reach out to them on this subject even though I do have accounts with them.
He asked what did I have and I told him …He told me that he just came out of a meeting and was told to contact me and leave me his name and number so that I can let him know when I am ready for my exchange.
He said “Ms. , remember my name is , and I’m at the (gave me address) Branch. Sounds promising to me, so I thought you might want to know. Thanks for all you do.
RE: Tomorrow is a new mechanism for buying and selling the dollar
Aggiedad77: Since several have asked, I will try and pull some of this article apart.....it obviously has Frank quite excited and just that should be enough cause to step up the level of good cheer a notch or two or three....
Come February 22 the CBI governor is stating that the Central Bank will be moving away from its old ways to a new phase.....what he is saying is that they do not sell currency as though it were being fed out of an ATM...and that going forward this new phase will now be able to conduct foreign remittances through the new banking system....
This next part to me is HUGE....the CBI is no longer a party to "the process of buying and selling currency".....this Family is what the CBI has been doing for the last however many years....buying and selling currency.....this sounds to me like they will be exchanging currency very soon....just as you would do if you had Canadian money and wanted to "exchange" it back to USD....an international transaction.....not a buying and selling type of transaction....
GOOD NEWS.....Sunday will bring about this mechanism.....the governor also stated that the project about the 000's is still intact and is being studied to ensure it is both feasible and to ensure the safety of its application....meaning that they want to make sure of the planning that had been done back in 2012 is still viable and that their safety devices are in place to ensure a smooth movement of the project....
Banks are being asked to strengthen their position or balance of USD deposits to IQD deposits and that they should be equal for them to continue to do business.....these changes that the governor speaks of would need to have banking laws in place to make them happen....in place with the budget......remember the budget is getting set to open on Sunday also......
They are working hard to eliminate money-laundering activities as well as any other types of fraud or possibilities of money being used to fund terrorist activities....they are tightening their belts in a good way to prepare for something....something more than continued auctions....
IMO.....exciting times lie ahead I think....the dinar figures they mention Family are not anything to worry about these are amounts that the Iraqis charge for buying/selling the IQD/USD.....no one has mentioned this yet....but give some thought to Article 8 compliance....wouldn't they have to be there NOW for the CBI to be making these kinds of changes....just thinking out loud here.
I hope I haven't just made mud here.
All is good. Remember the BEST is yet to come. Aloha Randy
Sunshone57 : Does this mean they will no longer need the auctions..... a NEW MECHANISM will be used???!!!
Frank26: IF SO .......... I will faint for a month...... lol KTFA Frank
Ricklibby: if you do i will get the smelling salts. would not want you to miss the ending of the program rate. rick
NurseGinger: 15 Things That Emotionally Strong People Don’t Do
There is a particular aspect of mental strength that is the deciding factor of whether or not you will have a good life. There are many levels to mental strength and all are needed to be successful and happy. The one particular area of mental strength that has the greatest impact is that of emotional strength.
Emotions are, of course, a part of our psyche, yet nevertheless, can be distinguished from the remainder of mental qualities because they most directly influence our physical body.
They affect the way our body functions and they drive every single one of our actions. Without emotion, we would have no reason to act, to do anything with ourselves.
Emotions are our greatest motivators. Unfortunately, they can motivate us to act in any direction, even the wrong one. For this reason, emotional strength is essential. There are countless situations that emotionally strong people avoid and many actions they never take. Here are 15 of them:
1. They Don’t Beg For Attention
Needing attention is directly linked to emotion. Those who feel the need for recognition only find themselves experiencing feelings of worth when others make them feel needed; it’s as if these people are uncertain of their value, or if they have any ounce of self-worth.
Feeling unsure of your worth is a self-fulfilling prophecy; if you don’t know you matter, then no one will ever believe you do.
2. They Don’t Allow Others To Bring Them Down
Emotional strength requires resilience. This world is filled with haters and trolls. There are jealous eyes lurking around every corner. The unfortunate truth is that often the people who hold us back the most are those closest to us. Getting rid of these people is often the best solution, but also the most difficult.
If you can quietly remove these people from your life, that’s one fewer bridge burned and much less of an emotional trigger.
3. They Don’t Hold Grudges
If you’re holding a grudge, then you already care more about a situation than you should. If a person apologizes genuinely, forgive him or her.
If this person doesn’t apologize, then don’t interact with him or her, but don’t hold grudges. People with whom you seek to alienate and hold grudges against take up too much of your mental energy, doing more harm than good.
4. They Never Stop Doing Their Own Thing
Emotionally strong individuals do what they do because they love doing it. They don’t plan on slowing down or stopping for anyone who deems their happiness inappropriate.
5. They Never Stop Believing In Themselves
Those who love themselves and understand themselves — those who aren’t afraid or proud to be themselves — never doubt themselves. You amount to your own self-worth, not a shilling more.
6. They Don’t Act Like ****es Or Assh*les
People are mean. But we wonder, why? Being a jerk is only good as an intimidation factor, and if you’re trying to intimidate people, then you better be a negotiator by profession; if you’re intimidating just for the sake of it, you’re obviously overcompensating for a lack of confidence. Do you also drive a very large automobile, perhaps? I hear they make pills for that.
7. They Know Better Than To Let Just Anyone Into Their Lives
The emotionally strong are emotionally strong for a reason: They don’t expose themselves to people who break down their defenses and crush their morale.
Most people in the world are lost and will be more than happy to take you along with them. Don’t let an awful acquaintance ruin your happiness.
8. They Aren’t Afraid To Love
If you’re afraid to love, you don’t have enough confidence in yourself. You obviously think you can’t be in a lasting relationship, but only in one that is doomed for disaster. You don’t want to get hurt again because getting hurt really sucks.
There is no reason for you to get your heart broken again because you are awesome. If things don’t work out, it’s not you. It’s the two of you together. Unless, of course, you are an awful human being; in that case, it is you.
9. They Don’t Lie In Bed Dreading The Day Ahead Of Them
The best part of your day should be the moment you wake up and realize you’re still alive. We take life for granted too regularly.
10. They’re Not Afraid Of Slowing Down
Emotionally strong people aren’t in need of constant action and excitement. They don’t need to run around all day and keep moving in order to avoid their demons.
They appreciate a slow moment because it brings them closer to what it feels like to do nothing but living, breathing. This is not to say that they don’t enjoy excitement in their lives, but they aren’t junkies and are more than happy to just go for a walk and smell the roses.
11. They Don’t Do Things They Don’t Want To Do
We all do things that we don’t love to do, but we should never do things that we don’t want to do. The emotionally strong understand that and almost always manage to figure out a way to focus on what they love, which allows them to figure out what they need to do, in order to do what they love.
Although they may not love every second of it, they like doing what they are doing because it’s bringing them one step closer to what they would love to do.
12. They Have No Problem Saying “No”
If you can’t say “no,” you will get abused. You’ll be considered a pushover and no one will ever ask you for your opinion or take it seriously when you give it. Saying “no” reminds people that they don’t have control over you.
13. They Don’t “Forget” To Give Back
We’re not too busy or too poor to donate our money and/or time. We don’t forget, either. Some people just choose to ignore our responsibilities as human beings.
The stronger you are emotionally, the more you come to appreciate others and life itself. You give life more worth and you begin to empathize with those who were dealt a bad hand.
14. They Don’t Feel The Need To Fit In
The stronger you are emotionally, the more independent you become. You don’t feel the need to fit in because you fit in where it matters: the world.
People form smaller social groups that are often skewed and unhealthy. Wanting to fit in doesn’t say much more than “I’m afraid to be myself.”
15. They Don’t Forget That Happiness Is A Decision
Most importantly, the emotionally strong have learned to understand the power their brains have over both the mind and body.
They understand that emotions are reactions, not reactions to direct physical causes, but to the way we perceive those causes. In other words, our emotions don’t reflect reality; rather, our emotions reflect the way we interpret reality. Understanding this gives us near-full control of our emotions and, therefore, our lives.