July 13th 12pm Newsletter

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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Friday Night 7-12-19  
J-Bird  Hello first time here, just wondered what people thoughts on when this GCR/RV will happen? my Aunt is in it and I'm trying to find out how true it is... Thanks.
futuremoney  J-Bird Ive been asking that for the past 8.5 years...
Doug_W  J-Bird :Welcome :Welcome :Welcome
Doug_W  J-Bird we all believe but don't mortgage the farm to buy it
Doug_W  Baxter when U get back I just paid $2.54 at Sunoco
Dave  howdy yet again folks.....
Baxter  Doug_W I better come to florida and fill up.... 3 bucks here
Baxter  been watching Mecum Denver..

By Cameron Huddleston July 10, 2019

I’ve been a guest on a lot of podcasts lately talking about my new book, Mom and Dad, We Need to Talk: How to Have Essential Conversations With Your Parents About Their Finances.

As you can assume by the title, I’ve been sharing tips on how adult children can get their parents to open up about their finances so everyone can get on the same page if those children ever need to step in and help their parents.

Occasionally, though, the podcast hosts will turn the tables on me and ask what sort of money conversations I’ve had with my own children. I’ve been asked how I teach my kids about money, what sort of details I’ve given them about my finances, and what works and doesn’t work when it comes to teaching kids about personal finance.

​Saving From A Financial Position Of Strength: Theory And Practice
By Pai June 7, 2019

Hindsight is quite the gift. I’ve learned this more as I have gotten older. Saving money has become incredibly simple for me over the past few years. It isn’t because I unlocked a secret, read a book, or paid someone to teach me how to be good with money.

It isn’t that these things don’t matter; it’s just that I don’t think they are the primary causes leading people to successfully reach financial independence.

The math is easy. In the most basic sense, it starts with spending less than you earn. Most of us learned the math necessary to become financially independent in elementary school. 

​Yet for something to be so simple, why are so many U.S. Americans financially illiterate? Why do they save so little?

Thank you Judy for your hard work, encouragement and dedication each and every day....We appreciate you very much

Special Report: Restored Republic via a GCR Update as of July 12 2019

Compiled by Judy Byington

Below is a summary of information from the Internet. It would be up to the individual reader to do their own research and decide whether or not it was valid.

In the near future this will come to be. I wish you well in your humanitarian efforts and look forward to seeing you again on the other side of the RV where together, we will make life better for all.

Judy Note: Late Thurs. July 11 morning I received word that: “Mr. Cottrell has signed off on the RV. The US Treasury is on top of it and moving very quickly.”

Evidently this “intel” was incorrect. It originated from a very high source and was given to me from a very trusted source, along with a request that I put it in my update.

My original contact at the US Treasury was hopping mad they were told to relay the misinformation to me and was in the process of tracking it down as to why.


EHankins: I wonder... I just wonder. What's next. No disrespect.. Its just my curiosity in me asking. What it next?  


Don961: What if the central bank stopped selling the dollar?

Friday 12 July 2019
Abdul Zahra Al Hindawi

The sale of the dollar, or the so-called "sale of the dollar", carried out by the Central Bank of Iraq for several years, in the framework of its monetary policy, is one of the most important files that raise a lot of talk about it, there are those who applaud the idea and prepare of the very important procedures of The one to preserve the value of the Iraqi dinar against the dollar, which represents a "barometer" sensitive to measure the strength of national currencies.

On the other hand, there is someone who speaks with absolute negativity about the window of sale of the currency, returned to it a door of corruption, corruption and currency smuggling. Sold monthly through that window, The latest in May, as the volume of the sold amount of four billion dollars, according to indicators of the Central Bureau of Statistics, as announced by the Central Bank of Iraq on an ongoing basis.