July 25th 10am

Our newsletter is a listing of all our blog posts. The newsletter is sent 2 or 3 times a day. Our email schedule is  HERE . If you cannot wait for the email, you can read our posts directly on our  BLOG PAGE  throughout the day and night, or follow us on  TWITTER  and get our blog posts tweeted to you between 10am and midnight (ET). 

If you like this newsletter, share with others. 

The Dinar Recaps Team

PS: If you do not receive one or more of our emails, please check your email spam or junk folder.
Recap emails are available on our ARCHIVE   page. Bookmark this page for future reference.
Just a reminder that you're receiving this email because you have opted in to the Dinar Recaps main email list. Don't forget to add  newsletter@dinarrecaps.com  to your address book so we'll be sure to land in your inbox!
Quick Link to Posts
New Blog Posts



MilitiaMan: Time back when we were taught about the formula that will be used in the "baskets" included the Arab Monetary Fund (AMF) that uses the Arab Accounting Dinar and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Special Drawing Rights (SDR).

I am sticking with my original view that the range is a tight one and that the per the most recent Tunisia loan that I found dated 04/11/2018 is 638 million usd at 159 million AAD is about $4.25..imo for the low as taught.

The recent IMF SDR rate is 1USD or .67734 or 1 SDR is $1.48 3x or $4.43 for the high as taught. imo ~ MM

Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Tuesday Night 7-24-18  Part 2 of 2

Chattels  Protests in Southern Iraq Intensify, Is Instability to Follow?

July 24, 2018 by Matthew Schweitzer https://theglobalobservatory.org/2018/07/protests-southern-iraq-intensify-is-instability-to-follow/

chattels" How did southern Iraq reach this boiling point? July’s outburst of anger—directed at parties across Iraq’s political spectrum, foreign oil companies, and, notably, Iran—points to several factors driving southern Iraqi instability that extend beyond the recent escalating protest movement.

Critically, the interrelated effects of economic collapse and endemic corruption, severe environmental degradation, and ongoing tribal and criminal violence undermine Baghdad’s ability to exert meaningful control over its southern provinces, while insufficient service-provision and poor governance leaves many southerners with a sense of disaffection from the national political process."

Dave...hope what happened in Egypt does not happen in Iraq

Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Tuesday Night 7-24-18  Part 1 of 2

ElmerFudd  Hey guys, have you seen the exchange rate on the Al Mansour Bank for Investment web site?  Showing at $.86.
ElmerFudd  Hello?

Clay  ElmerFudd   thats weird

ElmerFudd We had a number of web sites a few months ago showing rates like that for a few hours or days and then it stopped.
ElmerFudd  Now this.

Clay wish it were true
Clay  lol I used to say 3.86

ElmerFudd  If it is true, it would be a good start.

Clay  * yeah

Thank you PinkRoses


Bruce: Welcome to the Big Call tonight. We are at a very crucial time over the next 10 to 12 hours for this RV. Let’s go back and let’s talk about Iraq. Just when you thought it was safe to leave Iraq in the Middle East you find out there is more to it. We are not done yet. Here is where we are. There are quite a few parts to this puzzle. So let’s open it up.

Bruce: The IMF has been giving Iraq funds/loans for months now. They been giving them money. Finally yesterday at 9am in the morning, President Trump made a call to the IMF and told them not to do any more loans or funds to Iraq.

They need to get off the snide and go ahead and RV their currency officially not just in Iraq, not just on their Qi cards. Go ahead and do it so that it is put out an announcement with the rate and then they will not need IMF funds anymore. There is more to it.

However, the IMF is holding an amount for Iraq over $5Billion dollars that is gaining interest in the $4 million plus range a day range now, but they are not going to get it until after they revalue or announce the revaluation.

By Tim Lemke

Remember those days in college when you'd put off studying until the night before a big exam? You'd stay up all night, desperately trying to cram everything in at the last minute. If only you'd taken the time earlier, you'd have walked into your test rested, calm, and most importantly, prepared.

Those bad habits can cost you a lot more in real life if you carry them into the way you handle money. Here are seven situations when procrastination really hurts your bottom line.