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|April 16, 2010||Filled under All Dinar Trade Articles|
I have heard stories from investors who bought a wheelbarrow load of a specific penny stock and stuffed them in several desk drawers for safe keeping. A year or two later, the price of those penny stocks had eventually gone down in price to a mere fraction of what they were purchased for. The investor would say “Oh well, I knew […]
I have heard stories from investors who bought a wheelbarrow load of a specific penny stock and stuffed them in several desk drawers for safe keeping. A year or two later, the price of those penny stocks had eventually gone down in price to a mere fraction of what they were purchased for. The investor would say “Oh well, I knew it was a long shot.” The stock certificates were pulled out of the desk drawer and then were used as wallpaper on the walls of the basement or garage as a reminder of how long shots do become worthless sometimes.
And a few of these kind of stories did eventually have a wonderful ending. A few years after the stock certificates became wallpaper, the investor one day happened to notice the current price of his wallpaper stocks in the newspaper. And to his surprise, the price had somehow matured to ten times what he paid for them. Sometimes, the best advice for long shot speculation investments is to consider if this speculation is going to be a long shot, then it should at least have astronomical potential for its high risk. Secondly buy a small amount of the speculative investment and stuff it in a drawer and forget about it for awhile. That way you have only invested a small amount of money and if it never amounts to anything, you’ve only lost a small amount of money. No Big Deal.
In the case of the New Iraqi Dinar speculation, you may want to invest a hundred dollars. Right now, you can buy about 100,000 New Iraqi Dinars for $100. Throw them in a drawer and forget about them for awhile. At one time, the Iraqi Dinars were worth over three dollars per dinar. Since then, the country of Iraq has gone through wars and regime changes. Even today, Iraq is still a mess but the war appears to be over and the economy is slowly getting back on its feet. Several large oil companies are lining up to get contracts with Iraq to get in on their tremendous oil reserves which have barely been tapped. This speculation appears to worth a $100 investment or more.
If the the dinar just gains a little value and becomes worth just a penny per dinar, your $100 dollar investment will be worth a thousand dollars. If the dinar becomes worth just ten cents per dinar, your $100 investment will be worth $10,000 dollars. And if the dinar ever gets back to being worth $3 per dinar, your $100 investment will be worth $300,000.00. Imagine a few years from now when the New Iraqi Dinars are worth a lot more then they are worth today. You will have a lot of dinars to trade for a big profit. This dinar trade is ready to go so don’t miss out on it.
There are several places where you can easily purchase your dinars. Just do a search for “New Iraqi Dinars” on either Google or eBay. The Iraqi Dinars is the the currency of Iraq. You don’t want to purchase the old currency which has Saddam Hussein’s picture on the currency. This is a speculative investment with a lot of risk but with potential rewards that may outweigh the risk substantially. This investment is by no means a sure thing, so don’t bet the farm on it, just a $100 should be enough to make a nice return should the Iraqi economy get back on its feet.
The New Iraqi Dinar is the currency that Iraq established after the fall of Saddam Hussein. It is believed by many that Iraq’s currency which has been vastly undervalued in the world markets because of their extremely poor economy, will someday again be recognized by the world markets after their economy improves. They have the world’s 3rd largest known oil reserves and they have been tapping into it again with a new government in place. It is now the year 2010 and the world watches intensely on a daily basis as Iraq’s economy gets back on its feet.
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