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Monday, July 20, 2015

SUNNY POST FROM TNT : TONY'S CLIFF NOTES, 20 JULY

Highlights of Tony's CC.  Updated as the call progresses.

                                       Kurdistan:  Barzani was tired of waiting and did it on his own.                                                He announced twice, "what the people are waiting for is here."
Tony: If I know it, other countries . . . investors know it.

Tony:  Everybody back ready, back on alert.   People got paid in the $3.31 - $4.40 range.  Some quit their jobs because they were excited.  Cards getting loaded in different regions of Iraq.  Not seeing citizens getting paid.     It's contractors and their employees getting paid.  
DC:   Tony talked with DC over the weekend, but not this morning.

CURRENT WINDOW:   Tony:   Being told get ready for any minute now here in the US.  I'm looking for something to happen this week.  Superfantastic information.  I'm excited.

IRAQ:   Mozul:  People getting paid their this weekend.  It is not controlled by ISIS.  Kurdistan:  Barzani was tired of waiting and did it on his own.   He announced twice, "what the people are waiting for is here."   Rates changed visibly in all their markets this morning, today. Everyday citizens in Kurdistan got paid.  People were getting discouraged is why Barzani went ahead.  Everything has been accomplished.  We are just waiting.  Tony:  I think we'll see it (this week) because he's already done it. . .    Caller,  "I think I like him. ( Barzani)"
  • Maliki:  Last week they announced he had been removed from all his positions.     
  • EID Celebration was cancelled for security.  Tony suspects explosion/terrorist activitywas reason RV did not happen this weekend.
INTERNATIONAL:    Everybody around the world is ready to go when Iraq goes.
  • IRAN Agreement:  Tony: It's done. UN approved it. May not wait 60 days. It's done. All other countries are approving it.   
  • CUBA:  Tony:  The administration trying to give them a better life. put some money on the table.  We are going to see the same thing around the world, Syria, Libya.
  • Rates    ZIM, .21; Dong, $2.27; Dinar, $4.27; Rupiah, $1.88;  Afghan, $2.40
UNITED STATES:     Banks, security, systems ready.  People in place.
  • UST:    
  • Banks:  Two banks not previously mentioned have trained people for exchanging.  Banks were not named.    
  • Vegas, Vegas, Vegas.  Tony said he would not know anyting until he signs an NDA.  Knows it cannot be about Dinar.  If they don't want the banks to make presentations then it will be a 4 day party.  
  • Privacy/Security:  Tony says a new computer for banking only.  Do not use it for getting on the internet with it.
  • RV Anniversary Pay it Forward:  Tony is embracing what a lady said to him.  Every anniversary of the RV, each of us tips/gives $100, $1000, whatever to someone. 
Tony:  If you want change? To affect change?  Then you have to be the change.       
EXCHANGING:    
CLOSING STATEMENTS:

PAM:  So, anyway, we have to wait and see.  Hopefully it goes everywhere, goes right away and this is our last song.
RAY:  Look forward to marvelous Monday.  See what happens.
TONY:  I gave you some fo the best news I've had in 5 years.  See what happens next. Know contractors and employees got paid in several different locations.  We know how much the contractors said,  do this, do that or we are pulling out.  Rates, $4.40 and $3.37 and more than one person getting paid.  Changing the rates in the market means it would apply to everybody.
Let's see what the day brings.  Get out some tweets and get the party going.  I'll send tweet as soon as I can.  If nothing else happens I'll see you Wednesday.  Don't want to but I will.

Iran to hold exclusive trade fair in Iraq, 20 JULY

Tehran Times Economic Desk
TEHRAN - Iran will set up an exclusive trade fair in Iraq, Mohammad Rezazadeh, the Iranian commercial attaché in Iraq said. 
Some 250 Iranian companies will participate in the exhibition, the Mehr news agency quoted Rezazadeh as saying on Sunday.



The exhibition will be held in the Iraqi province of Babil, he said, but did not provide further details on exact date of the exhibition.



Iraq was the 2nd leading importer of Iranian non-oil goods in the previous Iranian calendar year, which ended on March 20, 2015, according to the Iran Customs Administration.     



Iran exported $6.182 billion of non-oil goods to Iraq and imported $60.369 million of non-oil goods from the country.    



In the first three months of the current Iranian calendar year (March 21-June 21, 2015), Iran exported $1.508 billion of non-oil goods to Iraq and imported $18.464 million of non-oil goods from the country.    



In February, Iranian Finance and Economic Affairs Minister Ali Tayyeb-Nia said Iran and Iraq seek to increase their bilateral trade from currently $12 billion to $20 billion. 



He added that Iran has fertile grounds for trade cooperation with Iraq, particularly in the field of exporting technical and engineering services.  

DINAR GURUS UPDATE, 20 JULY

7-20-2015   Newshound Guru Kaperoni    [Are we still floating?]  Well, I can assure you the CBI will not randomly assign a new rate...And the rate will be based on the activation of the market economy and growth of that economy. Can it go up fast? Sure it can...And some experts in and out of Iraq expect it to do so because it is..in their words.."grossly undervalued".  [when inflation hits how do you see them dealing with that issue at 1166 or pennies on the iqd?]  the monetary tool for controlling inflation is raising the value of the currency.  That is why the dinar is being held at 1166.  I really cannot tell you how fast it would rise. It is really a direct result of the investment in Iraq. [post 1 of 2....stay tuned

7-20-2015   Newshound Guru My Ladies   [Is it possible that Iran and Iraq have found a way to conduct trade with one another that circumvents Iraq's imposed program rate?]    IRAN AND IRAQ HAVE BEEN TRADING FOR YEARS ALREADY. BUT I THINK IRAQ HAS TO REACT FOR MANY REASONS.  SHARING A BORDER AS LONG AS THEY DO WITH IRAQ AND BEING OPEN FOR INVESTORS WITH LITTLE HEADACHES I THINK MANY OIL COMPANIES ESPECIALLY THOSE THAT HAVE NOT RECEIVED PAYMENT SINCE 2012-2013 WILL FIND IT EASIER TO SET UP SHOP IN IRAN.  AND THE PORTS THEY ARE GOING TO BE SHARING IS ANOTHER REASON. I THINK WE ARE ABOUT TO SEE STABILITY IN IRAQ PDG AND I THINK IRAN EMERGING WILL BE THE PUSH THE ENTIRE MIDDLE EAST NEEDS TO COME TO THE MARKET.

7-20-2015   Newshound Guru Kaperoni
   I can get as excited as anyone, but with this event heavily dependent on the passing of laws the create the investment environment (which is directly related to the rate of the dinar), i have less faith that parliament will get the job done.  They do very little.  It is truly sad...over 150 laws have been read twice.  When you read from various clerics, or officials that Iraq should not take a loan, its not because of the debt, its because they don't want the terms (stand by agreements) that come with them.  Stand by Agreements are the only real way to make Iraq get the steps done the world is waiting on.  So in reality, we want Iraq to take these loans from the IMF and World Bank.

7-20-2015   Newshound Guru Chattels
   Unless and until there is greater control of the Syrian border, I doubt that the tariffs can / will be implemented. We shall see.  Could such control be accomplished by the 1st? Possible, but unlikely, IMO.

7-20-2015   Newshound Guru Millionday
   THE OIL LAW IS HUGE IN A COUNTRY PRODUCING OIL AT THE LEVEL THEY DO IN IRAQ BUT -- TO SAY THE MONETARY POLICY CANT MOVE FORWARD BEFORE THE HCL IS DONE OR AFTER IS INFORMATION NO ONE HAS -- AT THIS POINT THEY HAVE THE 2011 -- SO IT MAY EVEN BE RELIANT ON ISSUES RESOLVED IN THE OIL AGREEMENT -- TO KNOW WHICH IS TO BE ACTIVATED FIRST CANT BE DONE BUT -- THEY ANNOUNCED THEY WOULD USE THE OIL AGREEMENT WHILE THEY FINISH THE HCL -- THAT WAS INTERESTING TO ME TO STATE.  [no hcl no rv correct?]   NO NOT CORRECT...THE HCL DOES NOT DEFINE IF THE MONETARY POLICY IS RELEASED OR NOT -- THE PLAN ITSELF WILL DO THAT -- MEANING THE PLAN FOR REFORMS.

REPLAY OF MY LADIES & NOVA CC, 20 JULY

MY LADIES:  HELLO EVERYONE, AS SOME OF YOU MAY BE AWARE OF OUR PRIVATE ROOM STUDIES MANY THINGS AND AROUND THE GLOBE NOT JUST IN IRAQ.

WE KNOW FOR AN ABSOLUTE THAT THE DINAR WILL TRADE AGAIN ONE DAY.

WE ALSO TALK ABOUT GLOBAL CURRENCIES AND MONETARY POLICIES AND WHAT CHANGES AR COMING RIGHT HERE AND RIGHT NOW THOSE WE ARE WATCHING EVERYDAY.


IT IS DIFFICULT TO EXPLAIN ALL OF THIS IS WRITING SOMETIMES EVEN THOUGH RECAPS SHARES OUR CHAT WITH YOU ALL IT CAN BE A BIT MUCH TO DIGEST IN PRINT.

SO WE THOUGHT SOME OF YOU MIGHT APPRECIATE US RELEASING OUR CALL FROM LAST NIGHT BECAUSE WE COVERED SO MUCH... IT WAS A GOOD CALL


REMEMBER PLEASE THIS WAS ONLY MEANT FOR OUR ROOM SO IF YOU DISAGREE WITH ANYTHING SIMPLY HANG UP AND MOVE ALONG. BUT IF YOU ARE TO SEE THE MOVING PIECES AFTER YOU LISTEN AND FEEL GOOD ABOUT THE DINAR PLEASE LET US KNOW.

WE ARE HAPPY WHEN WE CAN BRING SOME SANITY INTO THIS CRAZY RIDE.


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TNT CC NOTES, 20 JULY

TNT Call notes 20-July-2015
Tony:  Good morning, TNT!  Today is Monday, July 20, 2015.  We are here on another lovely Monday morning, and I don’t have any choice but to be okay with that.  Here is the news.  Ray, did you tell them anything good? 
Everyone is back on alert, getting ready for any minute now.   The bank people in the US are there, and the plan could go into motion at any time.  Some contractors in Iraq said that some of their people have walked off the job.  People got paid $4.30 and $3.47, and they actually quit their jobs on Friday because they were excited and happy.  That was in Iraq – people were getting paid and their cards being loaded IN DIFFERENT REGIONS – not all over the country.  They have different provinces like we have different states, and their federal government does control all of them apart from Kurdistan.  Iraq has been loading and activating cards in different areas, then turning them off.  This month we are not seeing a whole bunch of the citizens getting paid, but many contractors’ employees ARE being paid.  People ask, “How can they do that?  I don’t understand how Iraq is paying some people and not others!”  Everyone expects it all to happen the way we would do it here, the way the US does them, or it’s not going to happen.  Well, I understand that, but it’s not our country.  It’s their country, how they were brought up and how they view the world. They are operating the way their government wants their system to work. It makes sense to them because they know what their plan is, and we don’t’.
People have been paid.  As of this morning, Barzani did an announcement saying that what people have been waiting for is here.  He did that this morning. Our guy over there in the market says that they changed the rates this morning and you can see it every-where in Kurdistan.  If we expect anything to happen in Iraq, it happens in Kurdistan first, often as a forcing function.  They did that with Maliki, so that the rest of the country would have to follow suit.  They exposed the rates to the world, and Kurdistan has changed the rates in all their markets today.  I don’t know how long the rest of them can stretch it out, but I’m looking for something good to happen this week.  I’m excited, it’s super-fantastic information, and the whole world is ready to go when Iraq makes the change as a whole.
Banks are ready, they have their people in, security is in place, and everyone is just ready to go.  There is nothing else. Before the call, I wondered what to talk about, because all we are doing is to wait.  Everything has been accomplished, and we’re just waiting for the moment that it happens!
707 caller:  There was a blog on one of the other sites indicating that Wells Fargo is the only bank with a contract rate – that the other banks would exchange but would probably make more money off us than WF.
Tony:  So you are suggesting that WF will probably give us a higher rate because they have the contract with the Treasury.  I know of at least two other banks who have been briefed that they will be competitive with all the other banks.  So no, the rates will be similar.
Caller:  Will you have any more meetings in the next week?  I am at work, but I would take off if there is a chance of meeting you.
Tony: It wasn’t anything designed, just a public event when I could meet people. It was fun! 
Caller: Any more comments on the rates this morning?  Do you go to a site or what?
Tony: Those rates are on bank screens, so they won’t be out until this is announced publically.  The people paid this weekend were people who work for contractors.  This morning in Kurdistan, it was something totally different. The last time I looked at the rates, the zim was 21 cents, dong was $2.27, dinar was $4.27, rupiah was $1.18, and Afghani was $3.27.  The guy who got three cents on the zim was willing to take the lower rate in order to exchange early.  The guy got three cents and the bank got the other 18 cents, if 21 cents is the rate.  He was paying a price for going early. That was last week, and we will probably got this week.  He said he has enough that it doesn’t matter to him
Caller:  You have said $2.27 for the dong – not 47 cents any longer?
Tony:  I’m just telling you what I’m seeing on the screens. It might be different when we come to exchange.  Where are you?  Sonoma?  That’s not too far. Some people drove 3-4 hours on Friday night to stay 30 minutes.  Thanks, I appreciate meeting you guys, and especially that you came so far to have some conversation.  Some people stayed until 2am, and stayed after I left, so they must have had a good time.
828 caller:  One thing I want to ask – I realize Iraq does this in parts, and we are waiting for Iraq to do this as a whole.  Who makes that decision?
Tony:  I guess it would be their Prime Minister, the CBI…
Caller:  Haven’t they been telling people they want to go for a while, in the mosques?  So what is holding this up?  It’s confusing…
Tony:  Yes, it is confusing. Everyone says they are ready to go, then they stand around saying “You go first, then!”  The Kurdish leader said, “Hell, I’m doing it!  I’ve heard that BS enough, and now we’re doing it!  You said, Lets’ go, and I went because everyone is in agreement, right?”
Caller:  So you think this might really be the week when we will see this go for the whole?
Tony:  There have been windows before, and everyone felt good about it, they brought everyone in, and it didn’t happen.  We have the exact same scenario now, everyone in agreement, and Barzani has gone ahead and done it!  So yes, I think it will be this week.  I don’t see anyone holding it back.  That’s what I’m getting from the people I’m talking to, and coming to a logical conclusion, this is happening.
408 caller:  I want to ask if you’ve heard anything that was said to the general population in the mosques.  I hear they are getting quite discouraged with saying “this will happen” over and over again.
Tony:  Yes, they are getting discouraged, and now Barzani has done it.
Caller:  Are they worried about security in Iraq?
Tony:  Our guys over there say “Don’t pay attention to the news – things are better than they are saying, we are opening new cities, amusement parks, resorts, etc.”  Abadi said that they hope to get ISIL out of Iraq in 30 days.  They have a super plan and I know people involved who are helping that happen.  One of the places they are getting paid is Mosul, which was supposed to be overrun by ISIL. So…
617 caller:  Has there been any attempt to do this?
Tony:  Barzani just did it!  There is a window, but globally …no attempt to do this yet.
Caller:  Have you talked to DC today?
Tony:  No.  I talked to Pam – will that do?  No DC today.  I talked to him over the weekend, I just haven’t talked to him this morning. Everyone is okay. We’re where we need to be.
Caller: Thank you.  Vegas, Vegas, Vegas!
301 caller:  Thanks for speaking to my mother on Friday – that was very sweet.  My dad is 85 and having health problems, so if this comes this week, I will be truly happy.
Tony:  Tell your mother that she is an inspiration to all of us, that she is still involved with this and hanging in there. I like to see that she has faith in the system and the future.
404 caller:  How did Barzani get that out to his people?
Tony:  I didn’t ask that, I just know that he announced it twice, that “What you have been waiting for is here.”  They have already changed the prices in the marketplace and you can see it everywhere. 
Caller:  Did your sources give any indication of how long it would take to get to the rest of Iraq and to the US, so we get the 800 numbers?
Tony:  They didn’t give any information on that.  I know it’s public, and other countries should know it by now.  If I know it, some other investors will know and people are lining up to do things, so it shouldn’t be long.
Caller: The price of gold took a hit today – will they have to recalculate?
Tony: Those recalculations are built into the system.
Caller:  How likely are we to have a call like this on Wednesday?
Tony:  I know it’s ready to go, and Barzani has already done this, publicly, with the prices at the new rate – they can’t put that spilled milk back in the bottle.  I don’t think that they have a whole lot of time to do that.
860 caller:  How are the ordinary people in Iraq holding up, now that Kurdistan has gone?
Tony: they have been upset, and getting more upset because they didn’t get it this weekend as they were supposed to.  If it doesn’t happen this week, I can see a whole lot of people getting upset.
Caller:  It needs to happen soon!  Vegas, Vegas, Vegas!
636 caller:  Will Congressional approval of the Iran deal have any impact on this?
Tony:  The US has already approved it, so I don’t think that Congress can block it.  All the other countries are approving it, too.  We like being first, and Kerry said that it was presumptuous of Congress to think that the UN and the rest of the world has to wait on them before they do what do.  I was born and raised here, and every other country I’ve been to, we assume that they have to do things our way.  When I was in Korea and the Philippines, others would be demanding the shopkeepers and waiters speak English. You’re not in America, you can’t demand that!  That’s why I try to learn the language wherever I am.  What do you call someone who knows three languages?  Trilingual.  And two languages?  Bilingual.  And one language?  American.
Caller:  My wife joined me in Korea and it didn’t take her long to learn enough to go to the marketplace.  Won’t this help Iranians and give them a better life?
Tony:  It’s like in Cuba – put food on the table, give them a better life, and they won’t be as inclined to fight.  It’s a process and Iran is in that process. If they don’t learn our ways, what is left – for them to continue to fight?  We want to see them modernize and change their culture, not just in Iran but in Syria as well.  They want to pay people to learn a better way of life so that we can all get along.  Will it work? “Money doesn’t make you smart, it makes you a rich dummy!”  But we can hope…
Caller:  Let’s emphasize the positive and minimize the negative impact, in the name of … Vegas, Vegas, Vegas! so Tony can go.
Tony:  I don’t agree automatically with everything this administration says;  I am just talking about it, trying to see both sides.  Maybe releasing this money will calm everything down, maybe we’ll have some richer enemies.  I know what I hope.
432 caller: Anything else about the Vegas event?
Tony:  I won’t know until I sign the NDA.  They don’t want it to be about the dinar, and it won’t be… just a four-day celebration and party.  We hope the banks will come in and give us a day of wealth training like for the athletes who suddenly have a lot of money.  I think that would be great, plus maybe a dinner, let you guys meet each other in person. I’m planning to pay for all four days myself, maybe let Pam, Ray and DC contribute…
770 caller:  I was talking to a family member.  With all that has happened over the last year, with the reserves gone, and waiting, waiting, waiting… what about those who have already gone? What about them affecting the economy for the next ten years?
Tony: So, your real question is, “Why did they get their reserves and you didn’t get yours?”
Caller:  Yes, through this whole process of having to pass this law, waiting for that agreement… the early exchangers got to exchange already.  What kind of Americans are they and what kind of Americans are we that they could get their money and we have not?  We are taking the hit for them.  Why us?  Aren’t we Americans, too?
Tony:  Yes, we are Americans too.  We outnumber them at six million to maybe 60,000 who got paid because of who they are and who they know.  We weren’t going to get paid at all, and now we are.  Some of those people felt bad because they thought we were right behind them.  They got paid a variety of rates from 50 cents to $30+, and they could do that because many didn’t even know this was happening until we stuck up for the ordinary person.  When they did that, this was supposed to be done in two weeks, two months, six months, and more things kept popping up that dragged it out further. The majority of them got SKRs rather than cash.  They can see it in their account balance, but they don’t have access to it until we go.  Others got paid, started buying houses, cars and planes, but word got out and they restricted everyone’s accounts.  I’m talking about every-day people like me and you, not the government guys – it probably didn’t apply to them.
This is what we have to look at.  They got their money;  the rich got richer, and that’s not going to change because they are who they are.  This is what we are trying to accomplish:  we are getting our money and using it to help people in society.  Because there are six million of us, we can effect the change we are looking for.  If each one of us affects ten people, that’s 60 million people, a quarter of our population, and that will change everyone’s thinking. 
Today I am not thinking about what they did in the past, but about my plan going forward and how I can change what I can.  The other day a caller suggested we give out $1000 tips and put ‘superfantastic’ on the receipt, so that we can know it was a TNT person.  Every year after this happens, on that day we should give out $1000 tips again;  I thought that was a great idea, to remind each other of this great change and our part in it.
Caller:  When this goes, every year for the rest of my life, there will be a donation of a half million dollars to the Vietnam veterans because we are the ones that people have forgotten.  You hear about Kuwait and Iraqi vets, but no the Vietnam vets, so every year I am on this earth I will donate to those veterans.
410 caller:  I was listening to your description of how things will change, and I remember a study of doctors in hospitals who were aloof, without good bedside manners.  They decided to change this.  Everyone on the hospital staff was asked to smile every time they came within ten feet of anyone else. Pretty soon it caught on, and even the doctors got warmer and more friendly.  I think we can make a similar change, and I look forward to seeing how it works out.  Vegas, Vegas, Vegas!
Tony: If you want to effect change, then you have to BE the change. What she just explained was throwing that rock into the pond and those ripples affected everyone in the hospital. When we start using this money, it will spread ripples throughout the market-place and everyone will see and feel it.  We will help from the bottom up and it will eventually affect the people at the top.  We will then get to vote…
Skype caller:  Vegas, Vegas, Vegas!  You have kept me above the tide.  I have my spreadsheets, I have plan A, B and C, I can see the effect of those plans, and I am excited! Regardless of what craziness happens, keep up the good work!  Keep it up by faith, and continue believing in yourself.  I feel so great being able to get on the call and say this to you.  Do you have any insight on the tax situation?
Tony:  I don’t know what the tax situation will be.  Some people have not paid any tax at all, some have paid 11%, some have paid 17%.  Prepare for the worst and hope for the best – you can’t lose that way.
Caller:  [Appreciation]  Vegas, Vegas, Vegas!
Tony:  It used to be like this with Pam, that she was so nervous… now she just calls me ‘idiot’.  I guess she lost the awe…
601 caller:  I have a sneaky feeling that Maliki has to be severed from his position…
Tony:  Last week they announced M is being removed from that position;  that’s done!
Caller:  He is so tricky I would have thought it would be plastered all over the news.  Have they got the HCL and Amnesty Laws worked out?
Tony:  I think they have been resolved, just won’t be announced until the RV is public. You’ll notice there are no articles on those topics any longer.  They have been resolved. One thing you can count on:  I might not be right, but I’m never wrong.
Caller:  You know that Iraq is ancient Babylon, and it will be the richest country in the world;  they will make the UAE look like a water park in Arkansas!  Vegas, Vegas, Vegas!
Tony:  You’re right about that!
248 caller:  [Appreciation]  I’m concerned about the bombing in Iraq, but I remember your saying that this kind of event would stop things.  Did that impact this at all?
Tony:  I’m sure it did, because there is no way it couldn’t.  It was scheduled to go over the weekend and they didn’t attempt to do it. It was supposed to be three days of celebration and 120 people died so they cancelled the Eid celebration.  How can you celebrate the RV or the Eid knowing what just happened?  If I were making the decisions, I wouldn’t have done it after that.  I hate to say this, because a few times when I said this was supposed to go, they set off some bombs.  They can’t stop for every one of them, but for something of that magnitude during Eid, I would have said the same – not to do it that day but the next week or in two weeks.
Caller:  I agree.  There was talk months ago about dropping your email and phone number and getting new ones for security reasons.  Do you still think that?
Tony:  I wouldn’t want to have the same phone number and email that I’ve used for all these years because they are now on lists of millionaires.  I don’t need to be on those lists where they might be able to hack into my computer.  I am getting a new computer and new email address, all I will do on that computer is my banking. I  won’t use it for sites or anywhere else, so nobody can hack it.  I will do the same with the new phone number. I will tell my wealth manager NOT to give out my phone number or email address to any of his/her associates. This is all for security reasons.  You don’t have to get rid of your existing phone number, but anything to do with banking or credit card numbers or website I want to change because the existing information is out in dinarland too much.  You’ll be able to afford a separate computer and phone just for your banking information.  You can maintain both!
Caller:  Oh, I guess I was thinking ‘either/or’, when it can be both.  Vegas, Vegas, Vegas!  And I live in the mountains of northern CA, so Sacramento, Sacramento, Sacramento!
713 caller:  What’s Abadi doing over there today?
Tony:  I called and asked if he wanted to hang out, but I couldn’t get through.  I think that everyone understands why the RV didn’t happen, after the bombs.  If they canceled the Eid celebrations, of course they aren’t doing the RV.  I heard this morning that Kurdistan announced the RV, they paid their people, and the prices have changed in the market place.  I don’t know how long it will take to get to the other regions.
Pam:  we just have to wait and see.  Hopefully it goes everywhere and this is our last call.
Ray:  Let’s look forward to Marvelous Monday and we’ll see what happens next.
Tony:  I gave you some of the best news in five years.  Kurdistan has pushed the button so we’ll see what happens next.  Contractors and employees got paid in several different locations starting last Thursday.  The rates are from $3.31 to $4.27.  If they changed the rates in the market in Kurdistan, that would apply to everyone.  Hopefully this is all over, and we can start our new lives, and help one another in the future.  I’ll send out a tweet as soon as I can, and if nothing else happens, I guess I’ll see you Wednesday.  Enjoy your day!

DEALER OF IRAQI DINAR IN PUERTO RICO UPDATE, 20 JULY

TRANSLATION:

Dealer of Iraqi dinar in Puerto Rico : Much silence, right? It is because we are all expecting a big news BOMBAZOOOOO OF GOING TO BE ALL EVIL TEMBLARRRR ... !! By when, and how not neither. God is Good

SPANISH
:mucho silencio, Verdad? Es porque todos estamos esperando un BOMBAZOOOOO DE NOTICION QUE VA SER A TODOS LOS MALVADOS TEMBLARRRR...!! Para cuándo, no se y cuanto tampoco se. God is Good

Iranian New Nuclear Agreement Would Reflect Positive Impact: Adviser to PM, 20 JULY

On Wednesday, the Economic Affairs Adviser to the Iraqi Prime Minister Muhammad Saleh issued a press statement that new Iranian agreement would not reflect a negative impact on the oil prices, especially when we consider about the Iraqi oil exports. Muhammad Saleh further added that after finalizing the agreement, the Iran will be able to export its oil liberally. This agreement would not reflect any impact on Iraqi oil prices. Point to be noted that the total worldwide oil production is approaching to 94 million barrels per day but demand for oil is decreasing globally and it seems at the constant level in this increasing growth. It is also expected that there will be a meaningful decline in the global oil prices.
Some senior economic experts also overstated and misguided and most of the speculators are getting benefits from the fluctuating prices in the markets to get more credits, but this process will not improve the growth in the economy of the country. The Economic Affairs Adviser to PM also added that lifting sanctions from the Iran would increase stability in the economy and the activities regarding economic growth would enhance. If the global oil prices would stabilize and doesn’t show another decline then it will ne be blown up in landing process. It would provide an increase in the profits for the western strategic forces.

BLACKJACK7 INTEL, 20 JULY

 Blackjack: I just had a call from my friend and I asked if there was anything else and he said the contractors had $4.10 on their cards. He said now the projects can proceed as there are funds to start.

There will come a day when pitchfork nation will be more than even I can bear but until then I will continue to provide what has been told to me if it is still wanted...perhaps after today there will be no need.

TNT CHAT UPDATE, 20 JULY

TNT:

GreatlyBlessed
:  GM room the UN just voted unanimously to pass the Iran deal-UNSC endorsed the deal!

They have voted to lift sanctions. If Iraq does not get their act together then investors will be leaving Iraq by the droves and in turn do business in Iran. I don't think Iraq can afford that.

K-Boom:  U.N. Security Council endorses Iran nuclear deal

JerseyBoys:  As they say.... today is the first day of the rest of your life. Let's do this thing!!!!!!!

Blackjack7 :  I just had a call from my friend and I asked if there was anything else and he said the contractors had $4.10 on their cards
Greentree:  Blackjack - Thanks for sharing. Did your source indicate if contractors were able to use loaded cards?

Blackjack7:
  He said now the projects can proceed as there are funds to start

GSWOO13:  Thanks to ALL who share intel bank stories forex updates...MUCH APPRECIATED!

Blackjack7 : I spoke to my source who gave me that information yesterday afternoon, and he absolutely stands by it.  I have known him for over 8 yrs. He is a man of faith, and would not tell me something like that if he did not have solid intel.

If I have upset folks, I am sorry, but this truly was exciting, and I wanted to share it.

SCkap:
  From a lurker, thank you Blackjack and all who share.

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Iko Ward :  Forex basket has not moved yet. Another first. ISX not open. Combine this with BJ7 and we've got an interesting day on the way. See you at 7.

GJHonor: mrs.) gm to all. CBI did not update rates today again. come on rv now . CURRENCY CODE SELL BUY US dollar USD 1166.000 1164.000 Euro EUR 1288.313 1287.669 British pound GBP 1814.179 1813.272 Canadian dollar CAD 913.650 913.193 Swiss franc CHF 1231.257 1230.641 Swedish krona SEK 138.644 138.575 Norwegian krone NOK 144.697 144.625 Danish krone DKK 172.641 172.555 Japanese yen JPY 9.518 9.514 Special Drawing Rights SDR 1631.129 1630.313 Indicative rates - 15.07.2015

Iko Ward:  The place was eerily quiet. Forex hadn't moved, The CBI hadn't changed it's rates, ISX hadn't traded, and the Markets showed lack-luster performance. After all the hubbub of rumors yesterday, Marlow lit a cigarette and sat down on the bus stop bench. Watching the payphone nearby, he waited for the call.

Changeagent720:
 Think of how many thriller fictions and historical non fictions can be spawned from these dramatic events

B Squared: changeagent: Unfortunately, not so sure it's fiction.

LA:  In the news report this morning they "emphasized" the fact that Cuba received int'l diplomacy quietly after midnight while the world was sleeping. This should be a clue to us....

Suggar: This is a great time to dust off the bank clothes ........go over your plan(s) and take a nap when you can....extra rest…-clear head

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B Squared:  A man inserted an 'ad' in the classifieds: 'Wife wanted'. Next day he received a hundred letters. They all said the same thing: 'You can have mine.'

A good wife always forgives her husband when she's wrong.

The most effective way to remember your wife's birthday is to forget it once....

Two secrets to keep your marriage brimming 1. Whenever you're wrong, admit it, 2. Whenever you're right, shut up.

BLACKJACK7 POSTING IN CHAT SUNDAY EVENING JULY 20, 2015, 20 JULY

BlackJack7 posted in chat around 11 PM PST.

Blackjack7 wrote  Good evening TNT
Blackjack7 wrote I stand by my source from this afternoon
Blackjack7 wrote These are boots on the ground who are in the know first hand


Ram1 wrote Bj7 what did your source say this afternoon?

Blackjack7 wrote ~~~  Ram he said the RV took place has happened and contractors now have what they need to proceed financially speaking

Kue911 wrote Blackjack did you say the RV has happened in Iraq?

Blackjack7 wrote Kue this came from boots on the ground
Blackjack7 wrote on that note I am heading to bed it's been a long day...take care TNT remember I only bring what I am given have a great nite.

DINAR IRAQ & DONG VIETNAM UPDATE, 20 JULY

DINAR IRAQ & DONG VIETNAM: If you know which country is going to have the most assets you can make a lot of money. A lot of people think the U.S. will have its dollar devalued or revalued between 20% to 50%. Others claim that the Iraqi Dinar will be revalued from it’s current rate of 0.0086 to at least $1.18, a substantial increase.
Bottom line, we just don’t know, it’s best to own a bit of Iraqi dinar, and maybe even Swiss Francs. Follow the money! Gold, silver, diamonds are money, dollars, yen, dinars, those are just currency, remember the hyperinflation in Germany in 1923? It could happen again in the United States.
A currency reset is either a revaluation or devaluation of a nation’s currency within a fixed exchange rate system. If a nation revalues its currency, its central bank raises the value of the nation’s currency at a fixed peg with a reserve currency, such as the U.S. dollar. A devaluation would lower the value of the currency in relation to the reserve currency.
The alternative — which most of the world’s developed economies use — is the free-floating currency, which means the currency’s value is independent of the values of other currencies. Hence, the value of a free-floating currency is determined by supply and demand.
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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — The nuclear deal is done. Now it’s time to talk business.
While it will likely be months before sanctions on Iran ease, business and political leaders are wasting no time in trying to tap into a large and what they hope will be a lucrative Iranian market.
Germany is dispatching a large trade delegation to Tehran on Sunday. Spain has a similar trip planned, and France’s top diplomat is eyeing a visit too. Ads for European cars and luxury goods are starting to reappear in Tehran. Airlines in Dubai are fast adding new Iran routes to meet growing demand.
American firms, though, have to be much more cautious. Deal or no deal, US sanctions not related to the nuclear program will still be in place and bar most American companies from doing business with Iran.
That means they stand to lose out to European and Asian companies — some that still have business contacts in the country before sanctions were tightened in recent years.
“It’s easier to say who is at a disadvantage. And that will be US firms,” said Torbjorn Soltvedt, principal Mideast analyst at risk advisory company Verisk Maplecroft.
On paper, Iran holds plenty of promise. Two and a half times the size of Texas, it is home to some 80 million people, sits atop the world’s fourth-largest oil reserves and the second-biggest stores of natural gas, and has well-established manufacturing and agricultural industries contributing to a $400 billion economy.
London-based Capital Economics estimates the economy could surge ahead by 6-8 percent annually over the next several years as sanctions ease.
“Everything is in place for economic growth,” said Dominic Bokor-Ingram, portfolio adviser at British asset management firm Charlemagne Capital. His company earlier this year announced a plan to launch Iranian investment funds in partnership with an Iranian company.
“Iran has infrastructure, it has the institutions, it has the education,” he added. “It has a lot of highly educated people who will go back to Iran if sanctions are lifted.”
Tapping the market won’t be easy.
The elite Revolutionary Guard is deeply involved in the economy and corruption is such a problem that President Hassan Rouhani lamented late last year that once-secret bribes are now being handed out openly. Iran ranks only 130 out of 189 economies on the World Bank’s ease-of-doing-business list.
Assuming the deal goes ahead as planned it will still take at least several months until nuclear-related sanctions are lifted. And those sanctions can quickly be slapped back on if Iran fails to live up to its end of the bargain.
That means many multinationals are unlikely to commit to big investments in the immediate future, though the staggered sanctions relief also gives companies time to gear up their operations, analysts say.
The oil industry is one area where Iran could use outside investment. Fitch Ratings expects it will take years for Iran to get back to the roughly 2.5 million barrels a day it was exporting before 2012, because investment in the sector has been limited under sanctions.
Chevron Corp. spokesman Kurt Glaubitz said the company is reviewing the nuclear deal to understand its implications, but for now it remains “in strict compliance” with US and international laws. Exxon Mobil Corp. declined to comment.
Another area ripe for deal-making is Iran’s creaking aviation industry. Sanctions have made it impossible for Iran to buy new Western-made planes and difficult to acquire spare parts for the planes it does operate.
An earlier interim nuclear agreement gave Boeing Co. and engine-maker General Electric Co. the green light to provide some spare parts for US-made planes in service in Iran since the 1970s. Boeing says it has only sold one spare part along with some service bulletins and other materials since that deal came into force last year.
The latest agreement allows for licenses on the sale of commercial aircraft, and Transportation Minister Abbas Akhoundi has said his country is prepared to spend about $20 billion to purchase some 400 aircraft over the coming decade.
Boeing’s Mideast communications head, Fakher Daghestani, said the company is reviewing the deal “but until the US government gives us further direction, it would be premature to comment.”
GE, which also has US licenses to sell some medical equipment in Iran, said it looks forward “to reviewing the details of the agreement and will watch the regulatory landscape that may unfold.”
While the Americans voice caution, Europeans are wasting little time wooing Iran.
Although planned some time ago, Germany’s three-day trip led by Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel comes less than a week after the nuclear accord was reached.
Spanish Industry Minister Jose Manuel Soria said he will be joined on a September trip by Spain’s foreign and development ministers, and he expects good prospects for Spanish companies in industry, energy, telecommunications, tourism and infrastructure.
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said Wednesday he would be paying a visit to Iran as France looks to explore business opportunities, though he made a point of saying commercial interests were not what drove the deal. A large French business delegation, anticipating a resolution to the nuclear issue, traveled to Tehran last year, rankling US officials.
Switzerland dispatched a business delegation to Iran at the end of April, soon after Iran and world powers reached a framework deal that paved the way for this week’s agreement.
“There is pent-up enthusiasm to do something” said Martin Johnston, director-general of the British Iranian Chamber of Commerce, a network of politicians and business leaders that hope to promote trade. He said he expected businesses would go to Tehran to examine the opportunities for the time being.
“They are waiting for the structures to be in place to be able to trade, not only the legal arrangements but the suitable banking arrangements,” he said.
Airlines across the Persian Gulf from Iran are ramping up operations as interest grows.
Discount carrier FlyDubai launched a major expansion to Iranian destinations from its base in the Mideast’s busiest airport of Dubai, announcing five new Iranian destinations on top of two it already serves.
Dubai’s Emirates, the region’s biggest carrier, this month announced flights to Iran’s second-largest city of Mashhad. It already flies to Tehran.
In some ways, loosening sanctions will mark a return to the way things used to be.
French automaker PSA Peugeot Citroen has an early advantage in Iran thanks to its strong market position in the country — a legacy of its former partnership with domestic automaker Iran Khodro, which assembled Peugeot-branded vehicles from kits.
Other European automakers have good brand recognition in Iran too, as many only officially cut their ties to Iran under pressure earlier this decade.
Sergio Marchionne, the chief executive of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, said this week that the Iranian market “will be an opportunity for all of us” if it opens up. Fiat only stopped selling cars in Iran in 2012, following similar moves by Peugeot, South Korean automaker Hyundai and German sports carmaker Porsche.
Ford Motor Co. is taking a more cautious tone, saying it complies with US sanctions and will monitor changes that come out of the agreement. In the meantime, its Chinese partner, Changan, has signed a partnership with Iran’s Saipa Automotive Group to jointly develop new vehicles.
Other Asian companies have been making inroads too, meaning increased competition for new and returning Western companies.
In May, Brilliance Auto Group became the latest of several Chinese automakers to begin production in Iran, opening an assembly plant west of Tehran with a local partner, Pars Khodro, to make sedans and hatchbacks.
Chinese state-owned manufacturers of subway equipment have found a way around financial sanctions, striking a deal in 2013 to trade 315 train cars in exchange for Iranian oil.
South Korean companies have been building market share in Iran, too, after the two countries agreed to let Korean businesses use South Korean currency for financial transactions with their Iranian counterparts.
South Korea’s finance ministry said this week that expanding economic cooperation with Iran would be an opportunity for the country, which is a buyer of Iranian crude oil and exported $4.2 billion worth of goods to Iran last year.
Many ordinary Iranians say they welcome the prospect of new foreign investment.
Clothing shop owner Nasser Rahmani says he struggles to convince his customers to part with their cash, and that foreign companies “will give them more options and assure them the situation is running smoothly.”
For Masoud Ismaeili, 54, who runs a glass-cutting shop, it is about finding work for his three unemployed sons.
“God willing, the presence of foreign companies will make the situation better so my sons will find good opportunities,” he said.