mountainman"s words of wisdom 8/27/13
Tudor:I saw this in history this morning and thought it was words of wisdom for us all
mountainman 05:45:05 AM: I would like to comment on those who may find themselves wanting or needing to sell their dinars... if you need to ... sell what you have to but never sell your last million... period - you have been in this for many years and deserve the payoff...
I personally have been in this investment for so many years I forget how many its been... but it does not matter to me... I have always known ... that time is on our side ... and its been a h** of a ride...
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mountainman continues: For those of you wanting to sell and git out of your dinar investment because you are losing faith or patience... If you don't need the money ... I gotta ask... what would you do with the cash?
The US banks will pay you so little interest that inflation will force you to lose money... Invest in something else? Great returns on the stock market... if you don't mind running the risk of losing money... fast
I like the dinar investment... heck I have already made a profit because I bought them so many years ago
Our govt holds dinars... they are not selling any of theirs.... lol
Faith and patience really are funny things ... you either have them or you don't... I do ... in abundance
I'm a decission maker... I never question my decissions... I act on them and make things happen, because I know 100% that TIME will tell me wether or not it was a good decission
Folks its really very simple... and thats why for all these years I have always said ... "Time is on our side"
So my message is this... stop questioning your decision to invest in dinars... relax, enjoy the ride and let Time tell you ... you will own the truth!
Thank You for listening to a humble mountainman
Now on to a really important issue... who is baking cookies this fine morning???
SallyDS MINISTER OF INFORMATION: Thanks, tudor, for posting Mountainman's comments.
For me, buying dinars was a step into a world I didn't know in so many ways -
A step into a country I really knew little about,
A step into an emerging government that is like, yet so different from our own,
A step into politics in a way I STILL dont' really understand,
A step to view violence, corruption, and meanness in a way I think is deplorable
A step into an opportunity, a real opportunity, that would demand that I have courage to 'stay the course'...
A step into a new kind of patience.
This has been a good experience for me, I have learned how the world of currency trading really works, - understanding how to evaluate and take risks and - dig into the foreign policy of my own country, and into international entities. - and search foreign papers for articles and try to evaluate them
Students today spend thousands of dollars on one semester of economics and finance and haven't gotten half the knowledge I have gained...and they have paid far more for it. Will their investment earn more than mine? well, certainly not on a dollar for dollar basis.
I guess that this is my way of saying, I will be here, with my dinars in hand, watching and wondering when the world I live in will calm down enough to let the people of Iraq jump for joy at an rv...then, I will jump with them...
Would I never sell any of my dinar? I didn't say that. No, this experience has taught me how to evaluate emerging economies, and how to make money off of them through buying into their currencies. that is not a bad thing to do...and certainly beats the stock market!
The world is becoming smaller, and currency trade is becoming more important. I intend to be part of it...using my experience with dinars as my training ground.
Would I ever sell dinar? Yes, I would sell some...but only to invest in the currencies of other countries of the world. You see, I don't believe that we in the US have the strongest currency...and there is money to be made not only in Iraq, but elsewhere in emerging economies.
The ride won't be smooth...but neither is an investment in our stock markets or our banks or or or...