June 14th 6pm Newsletter

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Jjimmyjj: The news and analysis the last 36hrs has been absolutely phenomenal-- I've never seen anything like it. 

18mo ago, any one if those articles would have had us talking about "windows" for a month.

The article 8 evidence recently, if released last year, would have had us over the moon.

Now, though, we just shrug and say "Fine, but the international visa/mc are still at a program rate, so who cares?"

Well, I care. 

I am grateful we're seeing the real deal actions by the GOI and CBI occurring right in front of our eyes. And I'm especially grateful for all the teams here for bringing it to us.

By Dennis Friedman   June 14, 2019

I’VE BEEN READING about how people aren’t saving enough money, and how almost half of all Americans carry a balance on their credit cards. Looking to be more financially prudent? Here are 10 pointers on how to build wealth and gain financial security over your lifetime:

1. Save—for a reason. Saving money is the key to building a substantial portfolio. One secret to being a good saver: Have something worthwhile to save for. It might be homeownership or early financial independence.

When to Use Cash Instead of Credit
By Lisa Rowan

I know. It’s 2019. We have contactless cards, peer-to-peer mobile payment systems, and services that will offer you an installment loan for a pair of pants. But I’m not here to talk about any of those newfangled schemes. No, no. I’m here to talk about cash.

Cash gets a bad rap these days. Rewards credit card fans think it’s silly to miss out on points. Salad stores tried to ban it. My local baseball stadium, always looking for new ways to get someone, anyone to attend a game, does not want my money—at least, not that money.

Despite the naysayers, I come in humble defense of cold, hard cash. 


MilitiaMan: FROM........Sunday 19 May (As of now only released to us, imo. Wink to Frank26) ~ MM

DELTA: Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs and Minister of Finance presides over the third meeting to prepare the general budget strategy for the year 2020-2022

The Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs and Finance Minister Fouad Hussein chaired an expanded meeting of the Special Committee to prepare the State Budget Strategy 2020-2022

During the meeting, which was attended by a number of members of parliament in the Finance Committee and members of the advisers and agents of the Ministry of Finance and Planning discussed several key pillars in the preparation of the general budget, including determining the cost of extracting oil per barrel and expanding export capacities and taking into account the activation of the local market and the movement of local capital 

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MarkZ Friday Update- Some highlights by PDK-Not verbatim

MarkZ Disclaimer: Please consider everything on this call as my opinion. People who take notes do not catch everything and its best to watch the video so that you get everything in context. Be sure to consult a professional for any financial decisions

MZ: It’s Flag Day and President Trumps Birthday today…..The news overnight has been very positive….very positive

MZ: My folks in redemption sites are being told to report for work bright and early Monday morning for a very busy week

MZ: From the treasury side of it- they believe the reset is on Sunday and it’s a “hard date” … the real thing…..the “go” date …..we will see …I feel that late afternoon, early Sunday evening we may all finally cross the finish line.

MZ: We are being told that Mnuchin has been removed from the circle….from the management side or it ..and the Chinese seem to be content right now at where we are headed.