strongbow] Remember the old saying " Patience is a virtue?" Boy oh boy we must be the most virtuous folks on this planet. :)
ok rocks] Asiacell Communications PJSC, a provider of quality mobile telecommunications services in Iraq with 9.9 million subscribers, announced further details about its upcoming landmark share offer.The Offer, which is expected to be the first of its kind in Iraq and one of the biggest share offers in the Middle East region in the past year, will consist of 67.503 billion shares, representing 25% of the Company's share capital. The shares will be offered at a price of a least IQD 22 per share... http://pukmedia.co/english/index.php/economy/3685-asiacell-announces-offer-share-price
willietrader] On the UN calendar .. 1 January Iraq Compensation fund report due .http://www.un.org/en/sc/inc/pages/pdf/pow/powmonthly.pdf
xyz] I have been following the the information that is being put out by what is termed as "Guru's" on DinarRecaps & DinarGuru. I am not a member of any Dinar site, but have seen enough quotes from all the major players and have a pretty good gist of what is what. The only individual that is remotely close to the truth is the gentleman named OCrush on PeoplesDinar. . http://www.dinarrecaps.com/1/post/2013/01/tuesday-morning-rumor.html
[Mitzi] xyz you are my Hero...thank you...I needed to hear that this morning
[xyz] Mitzi no way...Heros are our brave men and women who made this investment possible for us.
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[Mitzi] 3.42 will tickle me to death
[jamajacks] xyz Mitzi The sentence with the rate and rise expectation makes appointment making a rather risky venture, if our target will be moving.
[Mitzi] xyz xyz Heros are also peop[le like you who care enough for people like me to brighten their day alittle, ty, ty
[highhopes] Mitzi I agree- Thank you xyz for everything you bring
[wenmar] Mitzi I agree
[Mitzi] highhopes yeppers, we know Heros when we see them
[ok rocks] jamajacks exactly! we do not know what the value will be and we know its not pennies
[freedom13] cashin what you need to live for a month ,then cash n when moves up ,,but play smart ,,do not be in a rush ,,you only get one chance
jamajacks] With that scenario, (large group highest) negatiated rate would be a rather difficult task.
xyz] Governor of the Central Bank reveals phantom accounts for filming and smuggling money to Jordan Revealed Iraqi Central Bank Governor Sinan al-Shabibi in an interview told renaissance of Secrets s mysteries involved the issue of smuggling of money laundered after addressing Governor of the Central Bank of Jordan. Shabibi said information has reached us that a leader of the Liberal bloc Chairman of the Integrity Commission, the process of money laundering and smuggling and fictitious names on personal accounts in Jordan. Shabibi said that the information that has reached us confirm the involvement of al-Araji, the matter, noting that he uses the name (Thaer Ahmed Jumaili) to send money to his personal account in Jordan. He stressed that the Governor of the Central Bank of Jordan responded for Mtthbta command name (Thaer Jumaili) owns more than 8 billion Iraqi dinars and that's just in the banks of the Jordan. Completed http://chakooch.com/news_view_1571.html
willietrader] care888 I think forex will open at 5pm eastern time today
highhopes] Does anyone know if Jan1 is the day that all forex and all banks worldwide are closed at the same tiem?? If so, its a darn good day to change all the currencies and start new.IMO. Maybe I'm just wishful thinking though?? Maybe we’ll see something when banks open tomorrow morning??
[freedom13] central banks are closed today all over the world
[willietrader] timo we need to get off are A@@ with this investment and stop believeing the Guru who are making money off posting the next date Just follow the money to see find the truth behind it all. NOW I WANT TO SAY THE RV NOT A SCAM JUST NO ONE KNOWS WHEN OR THE RATE
[timo] willietrader ...Myself and I'm sure you have been involved in previous investments...following the money and playing the waiting game has always been the rule
[willietrader] timo I alway in past investment find timeing the key this is the first investment I can not even to begin to time
[timo] Too many variables here
[willietrader] timo sure is
[rustyc] willietrader that is the frustration many are having ...trend does not seem to matter... money manipulation lol
[rustyc] willietrader Ive wached those with sound, systematic study in real frustration because it does not seem to be following what they expect....
[timo] rustyc ...What one expects and reality can be a world apart in ANY investment
[rustyc] timo really true in dinary world....
[timo] I have a feeling this year will be a good one
[dice3344] timo ...me too, but something has to happen before tomrrow 8am
[care888] ..does anyone know, does the UN speak today or tomorrow on Iraq?
sandman3126] care888 I thought it was the 3rd but could be wrong
xyz] Boston Consulting Group comes to Armageddon conclusion about a coming global economic reset . If you accept that there are no quick fixes that last forever then you ought to agree that the global economic system is fundamentally broken and in need of a complete reset. You push the button and revert to a default position. That is the conclusion being pedaled by the eminent Boston Consulting Group in a new paper headed ‘Ending the Era of Ponzi Finance’. Being realists These are hardly flat-earth, conspiracy theorists. BCG has most of the world’s top companies on its client list. It says: - The global debts are now insoluble and unworkable. Therefore you have to acknowledge that the debtors will never be repaid and countries and companies will default. - The state should be downsized and immigration encouraged. The retirement age must go up and benefits be slashed.
[xyz] - Where governments should act is in spending on infrastructure, not consumption. Energy efficiency should also be promoted. However, coming off a drug as powerful as leveraged finance is never going to be easy for anybody. A global economic reset is necessary but we don’t seem to have any political will to acknowledge it, let alone handle it. No solution The BCG report does not really offer much help either. It has diagnosed the problem, though not yet constructed a solution. Laws of economics are absolute and so nothing can be done to prevent the ultimate systemic implosion. But you can prepare for it and greatly lessen the blow of the impact. It’s tempting to say run out and buy as much as you can on credit and then default. Yet what works for nations may not work for individuals who might just find themselves bankrupt, as they would not keep the assets bought on credit in a crash. Actually you want to be debt-free in case interest rates sky rocket. All assets will plunge in value relative to gold an http://www.arabianmoney.net/gold-silver/2012/12/26/boston-consulting-group-comes-to-armageddon-conclusion-about-a-coming-global-economic-reset/
xyz] Ending the Era of Ponzi Finance Ten Steps Developed Economies Must Take . Who pays and who benefits will be subjects of intense political controversy. How critical tradeoffs are managed will vary from country to country. But rather than address these issues, this publication simply aims to highlight the painful dilemmas that the developed world faces, to define the necessary steps toward a genuine solution, and to create a sense of urgency for rapid action. https://www.bcgperspectives.com/content/articles/management_two_speed_economy_ending_the_era_of_ponzi_finance/
..It may seem harsh or exaggerated to liken the current troubles of the developed economies to a Ponzi scheme. I do so deliberately to emphasize the scope and seriousness of the problem. Nearly five years after the financial crisis, the leaders of the developed world are far too complacent. Politicians and central bankers have continued to “kick the can down the road,” pursuing policies designed to postpone the day of reckoning and avoid telling the public the truth: that a sizable part of the debt will not be paid back in an orderly way. Fortunately, there is still time to act. But leaders from all social sectors—government, business, organized labor, environmental and other stakeholder groups—need to act decisively and quickly in order to secure future economic prosperity, social cohesion, and political stability. It is in the nature of Ponzi schemes to collapse suddenly, without warning. No one knows what event may send the developed world and the global economy as a whole back into crisis.