Thank FXStrategist for transcribing last night:
THE BIG CALL INTEL PORTION: 9:37 PM EDT
THE BIG CALL TRANSCRIPTION BY FXSTRATEGIST
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2016 9:00 PM
BRUCE: Tank, here we are at the intel portion of the call. I’ll go first, you add later. Disclaimer on rates or dates, but very very close to our turn to rise up and walk into the redemption centers. We’re not calling it, and not saying when exactly. Rates: they are very high, we can privately negotiate for a period of time, approximately six days.
People in the storm areas who have had to evacuate (FL, GA, SC, NC) will have a special dispensation from WF, HSBC, and other exchanging banks. Econ1 evacuation of the coasts residents have an additional six days to exchange at the Privately Negotiable Rates. Abbot Downing representatives have had to completely pull out and gone to other inland cities.
This blessing/RV is currently UNDER WAY. Something that has started, that we believe is NOT TO BE STOPPED until it’s at its rightful conclusion.
Currency holders, including evacuees, will have 48 hours to set redemption appointments after the 800s come out (have not been distributed yet).
Evacuees will have, therefore, 12 days in total after setting their appointments within the 48-hour exchange-setting period. Can plan to exchange in another area or in home zip code upon returning home after the storm danger has passed and bankers have returned.
Thank you to Yosef for the last SitRep (“Focus”) encouraging people to dial into The Big Call. Also pleased to have a new listening from outside the U.S.: Maria from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Brings up question of where international holders can exchange. HSBC (working closely with AIIB and Bank of China) will be a great place to exchange, including the Zim. If no HSBC, partner banks include Banco Popular (Caribbean and South American); Scotia Bank in certain other parts of the world (Caribbean); Scotia, RBC, and TD Bank for points north; ANZ Bank in NZ or Australia. May be others, but just doesn’t know. If we get the 800s and additional banks are out there, please let The Big Call know at email@example.com.
Inside the U.S.: WF lead bank along with HSBC: Chase, Citibank, BofA. Tier Two banks: Fifth Third, Bank First; Sun Trust; Regions Bank.
Once you do an exchange, you can change the location where you do business with that bank. Discussing different cities evacuees can get to inland to exchange (10:05 if you want to find it on the recording.)
Where are we in the process of the RV? Additional Tier 3 exchanges occurred all over the country including in the New York area, as sort of a group of people and were giving feedback to exchange location personnel as to how they found out about it. Helpful to banks to see how they could prepare for the Internet group. Like a focus group.
Tank: Final test run.
Bruce: Tier 2 completed early in the morning, but heard of “boxes” of bonds that were being processed. Bonds from Far Eastern nations. Eight or nine done by a little after lunchtime today. Separate from Tier 2. With what Tank mentioned about ratification of the Paris Agreement, and announced by Obama yesterday afternoon, we are ready to go.
Tank: Nothing to add other than what I was told repeatedly today is that this is alive and in motion and can’t be stopped. Witness to their commitment. Even with a hurricane on its way, they are not going to stop it. There’s always going to be something, and they made an adjustment rather than stop it. Don’t do dates and rates, but my family is in Myrtle Beach and can’t travel until Saturday morning. Gives impression that this event is nigh, right here.
Bruce: It’s rolling. It’s rolling out. We thought we might even get them on The Big Call tonight. Tank, there’s not a whole lot else in intel to share. I know they’ve celebrating in Iraq since Tuesday. They’ve got their Smart Cards hydrated. Mosul has been taken back, looking out for a positive announcement on that. Things are moving along nicely and it shouldn’t be too long for our turn.
Tank: I know Putin put something out today that he’s banned the Rothschilds from Russia. Think it’s significant.
Bruce: Forgot to give depth on Tuesday night on one other thing — Structured Payout discussion. We were under impression that it was mandatory or automatic. Realized that’s not really the case. To clarify: for me, the SP makes sense. I like it. Why? I can ask for a decent rate of return, up to about 8% for a long duration, distributed quarterly. One less thing to worry about, finding investments to give this kind of yield.
We want to focus on investing in humanitarian projects and companies, hiring people, working with veterans, working with Pastoral Retreat Network. If SP is an option, I’m going to take it. I want to be doing God’s work, not worrying about making profit.