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Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Tuesday Night 8-21-18   

chattels  "The Kurdistan Alliance, represented by the Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, received 4 guarantees from some political parties in exchange for entering into the coalition to form the largest bloc," Mahmoud told the Baghdad Post.

"These guarantees are the implementation of Article 140, the legislation of the law of oil and gas, and the amendment of the share of the province of the federal budget of the country, and the conduct of the general census of the population," asserting that it "put one basket."

Baxter  well.... what do you know......... good ol article 140.... and the oil and gas.... who would have thought..

Debt & Investing Tips From Dave Ramsey
Written by Sam

Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University or FPU. Committing to attending the 13 weeks of classes was one of the best financial decisions we’ve made. The course covers a broad range of topics regarding personal finances and really gives you a good 10,000 foot view of your financial situation. In this post I will share some highlights on Debt & Investing

Dave addresses many myths about debt and gives a step-by-step plan to get out of debt.

Thank you PinkRoses


Bruce: Welcome Everybody to the Big Call tonight. Before the Intel notes Bruce requested to mention for everyone that Sue explained very well how to prepare for the Exchange or Redemption Process called RV Prep Rehearsal.

Sue starts her segment of the Big Call around the 30 minute mark of the Big Call Replay. It is a visualization to be found very helpful for all of us to help us prepare for our Exchanges or Redemptions. Sue walks us through the RV Prep Rehearsal Visualization.

Bruce: We are really in the best place we have every been for this to go down now. When it comes to the Intel side of it, two things are happening.

One is the number of sources that are able to speak is being reduced because people are under NDAs that weren’t before or a gag order or just plain were told to go dark or go quiet.

That has been happening and some of the people we have gotten information from in the past are just not available anymore.

​Conflict Reigns Over The History And Origins Of Money
By Bruce Bower JULY 29, 2018

Thousands of years ago, money was a means of debt payment, archaeologists and anthropologists say

​Wherever you go, money talks. And it has for a long time.

Sadly, though, money has been mum about its origins. For such a central element of our lives, money’s ancient roots and the reasons for its invention are unclear.


Harambe: Bloomberg: Rupiah Regains Most Volatile Crown as Traders Zero In on De​ficit


Indonesia’s rupiah has regained the crown of being Asia’s most volatile currency. 

Concern about the nation’s widening current-account deficit has focused attention on the currency amid a global selloff in emerging markets. A gauge of the rupiah’s swings over the past three months has surpassed those of South Korea’s won, ending a period of relative calm that started in 2017 when central bank measures crimped its trading range. 

“The factors that have been weighing on the currency, which are very externally-led, aren’t going to go away quickly,” said Mitul Kotecha, a senior currency strategist at TD Securities in Singapore. “To a large extent, it reflects the current-account vulnerability.”