_A gentle reminder of what our Investment is --
It's a currency SPECULATION. LINK
Speculating is the assumption of risk in anticipation of gain but recognizing a higher than average possibility of loss. The term speculation implies that a business or investment risk can be analyzed and measured, and its distinction from the term Investment is one of degree of risk.
It differs from gambling, which is based on random outcomes. There is nothing in the act of speculating or investing that suggests holding times have anything to do with the difference in the degree of risk separating speculation from investing.
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_With that said, I know it's hard but just TRY to leave your emotions out of it. I made a clear decision to not allow my heart to sink or rise with each intel posting--before reading posts from others, verbally say "NO EMOTIONS". You have to have Emotional Stamina for this ride.
When you get down, simply think about the core reasons you bought dinar.
My fallback keypoints:
1. The US (and world) invested gazillions into transforming Iraq. Why?
2. The vast untapped oil/mineral capacity of Iraq that seems to grow with reports each week.
3. Why would we invest more money into creating Iraqi currency than it is presently worth?
Instead of viewing it as your end-all solution to finance, try to view it as kind of your VEGAS wildside financial move. It softens each blow along the way. (When gambling, you should set an amount you are willing to lose without feeling sick.)
With that said, I just have THAT feeling we are in the right place at the right time. I don't want to get too into it, but I've seen personal "signs" that just let me keep the faith. I believe.
Easier said than done, but remember your thoughts determine your actions and emotions.