11-12-12 Mountainman: Another article came out today speaking of introducing new lower denoms this month!! We've been watching this closely for a while now.
The plan is to introduce coins and delete the zeros for ease in the market place.
There is absolutely no point in doing this unless they were also planning on raising the value. IMO this is the best sign that we could see a RV before January.
The CBI spoke of the British company they hired to print and mint the new currency and they are using the excuse "damaged" currency.
The truth is the CBI contracted this company long ago for the purpose of introducing new LDs with three Kurdish icons featured on the new currency with three zeros omitted from the denominations and the value raised. This "damaged currency" is just their new cover story.
November could be a big month for investors if they stay on track for this target date.
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11-12-12 4aprofit: In my opinion, and I could be wrong but I see them letting the Iraqi Dinar fall a little here lately off and on (actually I like it, and think it is a good sign) as per being a "controlled and contrived event.
" No different than the "artificially controlled rate" of the Iraq Dinar for the last appx. 3 years or so, after the dinar climbed upwards for the first 7 years or so (and this was while they were nowhere near as stabilized, while now, companies worldwide are moving in).
Think about it. If the dinar were to be going up, even a little at all at anytime, especially as we possbily near the end of this ride (if we actually are) it would be a sign that it would be a good investment possibly.
At least to some and would be in line with, and match all the progress happening over there monetarily (and there has been investments for oil and infrastructure in the trillions of dollars at that).
This IMO is the perfect smokescreen to deter speculators, and to smoke out the ones that are contemplating this as an investment and it even gets some to sell.
11-12-12 4aprofit Continues: For Iraq, IMO the plan could'nt be working any better. As another point of view. With everything happening in Iraq, and nothing happening in the U.S. for the most part which currency would it seem most likely should be going up instead of down?
But the opposite is occurring. So, go figure. In other words, the entire world is moving into Iraq, and it is going to continue using a worthless currency? Really? All while being pegged to a worthless dollar?. Or supposedly?
Then we have a worthless dollar, which gains ground against a currency that we are pegged to..intentionally?
Also, if the U.S. thought that the dinar were to never have a better value (and might even possibly be dragging the dollar down) then why have we not unpegged from the worthless dinar? But instead, we keep sending people over there, even regarding issues in their monetary system.
All I can say is there must be plans for a return on our investment over there, and an eventual rise to the Iraqi Dinar or all of these scenarios simply would'nt exist (as they simply just dont have to).
Like I said, it is all a "controled and contrived event" IMO to keep a balance in the plan, until it is finalized. We will see