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Saturday, January 12, 2013

THE IQD WILL REVALUE THIS MONTH NO MATTER WHAT, 12 JAN

OCrush Email to Hopesaway   OCRUSH E-MAIL JAN 12TH

Hello again my friend 

This information I’m going to give you I will leave it to your discretion to share with whom you believe is trustworthy. I called my second cousin a few days ago whom is on my mom’s side of the family. He is the one that guided my cousin to the ABB job. My second cousin has many connections and we are close. He calls this investment " poor man’s investment to riches". 

In other words anyone can afford it and become wealthy. He gave me a name and asked me to research him. His name is Mohamed El-Erian. He is the ceo and co-investment officer of Pimco. On December 24 he was appointed by our President to head the US Global Development Council. The UGDC is funded by USAID (in the past it was called the Marshal Plan). Spyro said the iqd will revalue this month no matter what. I researched El-Erian and found some interesting information. 

Following up on my research with him and having a long conversation (loves to talk politics) I understood the jungle of politics and monetary policy. He inspired me to do the research so I could understand what he wanted to discuss with me. Now I know how big this is for the US and why it has taken so long for it to happen. One hint...the trillion dollar coin is legit and El-Erian is an expert.

Cheers :)))


PIMCO
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pacific Investment Management Company, LLC (commonly called PIMCO), is an investment firm headquartered in Newport Beach, California, in the United States, and one of the largest active global fixed income managers in the world.[2] As of September 30, 2012 it had $1.92 trillion in assets under management[3]

PIMCO is led by co-founder William H. Gross,[4][5] (usually known as Bill Gross) who serves as Co-Chief Investment Officer, and Mohamed A. El-Erian, the other Co-CIO as well as the firm's CEO.[6] It is the world’s largest bond investor.[7]

Gross manages the Total Return Fund, the world’s largest mutual fund with assets of $242.7 billion as of June 30, 2011.[8] He co-founded the firm in 1971, launching with $12 million of assets. Previously, PIMCO had functioned as a unit of Pacific Life Insurance Co., managing separate accounts for that insurer's clients. In 2000, PIMCO was acquired by Allianz SE,[9] a large global financial services company based in Germany, but the firm continues to operate as an autonomous subsidiary of Allianz.

PIMCO oversees investments on behalf of a wide range of clients, including millions of retirement savers, public and private pension plans, educational institutions, central banks, foundations and endowments, among others.

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