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xyz 6-13-2018 Newshound Guru Kaperoni ...There is no RV...can never be a RV there's too much currency in circulation for any kind of an overnight event. If we're lucky the CBI will move to a float and allow the dinar to gradually rise over time allowing the currency in circulation to be reduced. I've talked about this for years as this would be the process for the CBI to open the banking system to International Investment and investors.
Ron Bandy and we have seen how, to reduce the note count.. redenomination exchange 1000 : 1 polymer for example
Tebow Zig so Floataroni 'could' be BS
Xyz Tebow kp doesn't believe in his own dissertation of floation
xyz 6-13-2018 Newshound Guru Kaperoni ... If we're lucky the CBI will move to a float ;banana
Tebow xyz CBI said a float would be difficult. Kap missed that!
Tebow 4 yrs ago - http://www.iraqidinar123.com/tag/five-trillion-iraqi-dinars/
Ron Bandy The news appreciated by the people who have dinar in their pockets as they know the currency in their pocket is valuable than white gold in near future
Money Without Matrimony: Financial advice for unmarried couples
By J.D. Roth
Figuring out the financial implications of marriage can be a challenge. Do you merge your money completely? Do you keep some or all of the accounts separate? And who takes care of which household financial chores?
As difficult as marriage and money can be, things are even tougher for unmarried couples. There’s a maze of legal, financial, and emotional issues to navigate, but sometimes it’s difficult to get good advice in a society that’s geared toward married partners.
Kim and I have been dating for nearly six years now. We’ve been living together for almost five. For that entire five years, we’ve been slowly negotiating the financial implications.
Do I really need a financial adviser?
By Walter Updegrave, CNN | Posted Jun 13th, 2018 @ 8:37pm
NEW YORK (CNN Money) — If I just invest my money in some good low-cost mutual funds, do I really need to pay a financial adviser for help? —Daniel
The answer depends on you — but not just on your ability to pick mutual funds. Ideally, you also want to be sure you can put those funds to work in a coherent strategy to achieve your financial goals.
Let's start, though, by taking a closer look at the specific issue of choosing funds. You say you want to invest in good funds with low costs. That makes perfect sense. But even with those two criteria (both of which, while sound, nonetheless allow lots of room for interpretation), you'd still have hundreds of funds to choose from.