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https://plus.google.com/101517360088058857045 Timothy Straus :  I, for one, could not be happier for Eric Cantor and if there were advice to be had on the most opportune...
 I, for one, could not be happier for Eric Cantor and if there were advice to be had on the most opportune career path, I could think of only two individuals from which I would seek it, Jamie Dimon and Lloyd Blankfein. Former Congressman Cantor chose Mr…
Dimon Pep Talk Consoles Eric Cantor on Way to Wall Street – Bloomberg | Finding Trout In Your Milk?
 I, for one, could not be happier for Eric Cantor and if there were advice to be had on the most opportune career path, I could think of only two individuals from which I would seek it, Jamie Dimon and Lloyd Blankfein. Former Congressman Cantor chose Mr Dimon and I am sure that will suffice for a path to wealth beyond his wildest dreams of avarice! Eric Cantor sat in his Washington office in June after one of the biggest upsets in congressional ...
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https://plus.google.com/100520148877423056661 Xenophrenia : "..By joining JPMorgan Chase, I’m simply cutting out the middleman -- the U.S. Justice Department.. ...
"..By joining JPMorgan Chase, I’m simply cutting out the middleman -- the U.S. Justice Department.. when Jamie Dimon calls you, or one of his many secretaries calls you, you pick up the phone.."
http://dailycurrant.com/2014/09/26/eric-holder-takes-77-million-job-with-jpmorgan-chase/
Eric Holder Takes $77 Million Job With JPMorgan Chase
Just after announcing his resignation as U.S. attorney general, Eric Holder has accepted a top job with Wall Street finance giant JPMorgan Chase. Starting in early November, Holder will serve as JPMorgan Chase’s chief compliance officer, where his responsibilities will include lobbying ...
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https://plus.google.com/102651947638377171902 Avi B : Reasons why your local banker is wrong about the Dinar Many people seek investment advice from their...
Reasons why your local banker is wrong about the Dinar

Many people seek investment advice from their bankers. And, while bankers usually have deeper knowledge about financial markets than their clients, still, bankers generally aren’t the most effective advisors for currency investors, especially for Middle-Eastern currencies such as the Iraqi Dinar (IQD). Instead, Dinar investors should do their own homework and use multiple sources of information.

Dinar investors should research the economic landscape in Iraq and understand trends in the currency markets. There are many great resources on Dinar investing, but most local bankers aren’t among them. Here are some reasons to ignore bankers’ advice.
 
Conflict of interest
 
Most people trust their bankers to provide sound financial advice. However, as an employee of a (sometimes large) corporation, any banker’s first responsibility is always to promote profitable services offered by their company, while steering investors away from more interesting investments like IQD.
 
Bankers and brokers are typically paid by commission and they receive bonuses for their sales, which means they are likely to ignore any financial product not sold by their own companies.
 
Commission-based compensation plans have spurred widespread concern that banks are overcharging customers. In the UK recently, large banks duped an estimated two million customers into purchasing payment protection insurance policies. The bankers who issued those policies were paid large commissions.
 
Similar problems have arisen in the United States. Bank of America was recently sued by the U.S. Justice Department for selling $1 billion worth of mortgage policies to customers without running adequate background checks.
 
Financial experts have warned about bankers’ conflicts-of-interest for years
 
 
In 2007, Rob Kindler, a vice-president for Morgan Stanley, warned that bankers needed to act to avoid these conflicts of interest. Goldman Sachs created new policies to deal with conflicts in 2012, but few other banks have introduced reforms.
 
Bankers discourage people from buying securities that don’t generate direct commissions for their banks. Since banks don’t receive any commissions for selling the Dinar, they invariably discourage people from buying IQD, which also means those bankers are denying people an opportunity to invest in Iraq’s strong economy.
 
Lack of foreign currency knowledge
 
When you’re buying Dinars, you shouldn’t rely on advice from a financial professional who doesn’t understand the global currency markets. Local bankers often discourage customers from purchasing foreign currencies simply because they don’t have much knowledge of forex markets.
 
It’s better to speak with an expert who understands the market. Since the currency isn’t traded on any open exchanges, most forex advisors don’t understand it very well. You should speak with a professional who actually has experience trading the Dinar.
 
Political biases
 
Some short-sighted Westerners have negative opinions about Iraq. Their views have been biased by “Big Media” in the U.S., which tends to emphasize the Gulf War and recent short-term flare-ups.
 
Most bankers have similarly-biased views of Iraq. They haven’t noticed the steady stream of news articles about Iraq’s rapidly-growing oil industry, or the fresh, stable new government.
 
The naysayers haven’t researched the Iraqi economy, so they don’t know the fact GDP has grown more than 8% each year over the last decade. These figures clearly show that Iraq is improving.
 
You should avoid the advice of under-informed people, and do your own research into the Iraqi success story.  
 
Stricter banking regulations make bankers skittish about any investment outside their banks
 
Banks are facing increasingly strict regulations that target fraud and money laundering. Even the Global Financial Markets Association recently proposed much stricter regulations for traders. U.S. authorities recently charged HSBC Holdings PLC (HSBA.L) and JPMorgan Chase with money laundering for casinos.
 
Many banks are skittish about dealing with any type of transaction that involves foreign currency. They incorrectly fear the Dinar simply because it’s Iraq’s national currency.
 
Still, Dinar-denominated transactions are held to the same high standards as all international currency transactions. Most importantly, there is nothing wrong with individual investors taking reasonable risks for their own portfolios.
 
Risk-management
 
Banks have also managed their own risks. They have moved away from trading highly volatile securities in recent years, especially after Jamie Dimon cost JPMorgan Chase $2 billion in trading losses.
 
Banks are often worried about Middle Eastern currencies in general. Many banks are reluctant even to purchase 500 riyal Saudi notes, because they only understand their own tiny local market niches.
 
Do your own research
 
People understandably turn to their local bankers and brokers for investment advice. Unfortunately, bankers are strongly biased toward their own products, so they discourage investors from considering other, potentially-higher-gaining investments. To be successful, Dinar investors should use multiple sources of information.
 
Forward-thinking individual investors often decide to buy IQD after doing their homework by researching the growth of the Iraqi economy with its gushing oil wealth, as well as considering the artificially-low exchange value of the country’s currency. 
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-Cu6HqgcYNRo/VBcMenPdxmI/AAAAAAAAAR4/frIbUd-Yw7s/w506-h750/why.jpg
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https://plus.google.com/117724206934284535078 Mark Phelan : "..By joining JPMorgan Chase, I’m simply cutting out the middleman -- the U.S. Justice Department.. ...
"..By joining JPMorgan Chase, I’m simply cutting out the middleman -- the U.S. Justice Department.. when Jamie Dimon calls you, or one of his many secretaries calls you, you pick up the phone.."
http://dailycurrant.com/2014/09/26/eric-holder-takes-77-million-job-with-jpmorgan-chase/
Eric Holder Takes $77 Million Job With JPMorgan Chase
Just after announcing his resignation as U.S. attorney general, Eric Holder has accepted a top job with Wall Street finance giant JPMorgan Chase. Starting in early November, Holder will serve as JPMorgan Chase’s chief compliance officer, where his responsibilities will include lobbying ...
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https://plus.google.com/107795860794141351733 Stacy Elam : In your face America! from Jamie Dimon, head of JPMorgan Chase: “We are extremely pleased to have Eric...
In your face America! from Jamie Dimon, head of JPMorgan Chase:

“We are extremely pleased to have Eric Holder, a dear friend and and tireless advocate for the interests of Wall Street, join our prestigious financial services firm where he belongs,” Dimon said in a press release. “Considering the awful s**t we did -- and boy did we do a lot of sleazy, ugly, ethically insidious s**t -- Mr. Holder always stood in our corner and defended us no matter what. Hell, I even got a 74 percent raise out of it!
Eric Holder Takes $77 Million Job With JPMorgan Chase
Just after announcing his resignation as U.S. attorney general, Eric Holder has accepted a top job with Wall Street finance giant JPMorgan Chase. Starting in early November, Holder will serve as JPMorgan Chase’s chief compliance officer, where his responsibilities will include lobbying ...
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https://plus.google.com/114525737918817497041 Mithu Mia : Reasons why your local banker is wrong about the Dinar Many people seek investment advice from their...
Reasons why your local banker is wrong about the Dinar

Many people seek investment advice from their bankers. And, while bankers usually have deeper knowledge about financial markets than their clients, still, bankers generally aren’t the most effective advisors for currency investors, especially for Middle-Eastern currencies such as the Iraqi Dinar (IQD). Instead, Dinar investors should do their own homework and use multiple sources of information.

Dinar investors should research the economic landscape in Iraq and understand trends in the currency markets. There are many great resources on Dinar investing, but most local bankers aren’t among them. Here are some reasons to ignore bankers’ advice.
 
Conflict of interest
 
Most people trust their bankers to provide sound financial advice. However, as an employee of a (sometimes large) corporation, any banker’s first responsibility is always to promote profitable services offered by their company, while steering investors away from more interesting investments like IQD.
 
Bankers and brokers are typically paid by commission and they receive bonuses for their sales, which means they are likely to ignore any financial product not sold by their own companies.
 
Commission-based compensation plans have spurred widespread concern that banks are overcharging customers. In the UK recently, large banks duped an estimated two million customers into purchasing payment protection insurance policies. The bankers who issued those policies were paid large commissions.
 
Similar problems have arisen in the United States. Bank of America was recently sued by the U.S. Justice Department for selling $1 billion worth of mortgage policies to customers without running adequate background checks.
 
Financial experts have warned about bankers’ conflicts-of-interest for years
 
 
In 2007, Rob Kindler, a vice-president for Morgan Stanley, warned that bankers needed to act to avoid these conflicts of interest. Goldman Sachs created new policies to deal with conflicts in 2012, but few other banks have introduced reforms.
 
Bankers discourage people from buying securities that don’t generate direct commissions for their banks. Since banks don’t receive any commissions for selling the Dinar, they invariably discourage people from buying IQD, which also means those bankers are denying people an opportunity to invest in Iraq’s strong economy.
 
Lack of foreign currency knowledge
 
When you’re buying Dinars, you shouldn’t rely on advice from a financial professional who doesn’t understand the global currency markets. Local bankers often discourage customers from purchasing foreign currencies simply because they don’t have much knowledge of forex markets.
 
It’s better to speak with an expert who understands the market. Since the currency isn’t traded on any open exchanges, most forex advisors don’t understand it very well. You should speak with a professional who actually has experience trading the Dinar.
 
Political biases
 
Some short-sighted Westerners have negative opinions about Iraq. Their views have been biased by “Big Media” in the U.S., which tends to emphasize the Gulf War and recent short-term flare-ups.
 
Most bankers have similarly-biased views of Iraq. They haven’t noticed the steady stream of news articles about Iraq’s rapidly-growing oil industry, or the fresh, stable new government.
 
The naysayers haven’t researched the Iraqi economy, so they don’t know the fact GDP has grown more than 8% each year over the last decade. These figures clearly show that Iraq is improving.
 
You should avoid the advice of under-informed people, and do your own research into the Iraqi success story.  
 
Stricter banking regulations make bankers skittish about any investment outside their banks
 
Banks are facing increasingly strict regulations that target fraud and money laundering. Even the Global Financial Markets Association recently proposed much stricter regulations for traders. U.S. authorities recently charged HSBC Holdings PLC (HSBA.L) and JPMorgan Chase with money laundering for casinos.
 
Many banks are skittish about dealing with any type of transaction that involves foreign currency. They incorrectly fear the Dinar simply because it’s Iraq’s national currency.
 
Still, Dinar-denominated transactions are held to the same high standards as all international currency transactions. Most importantly, there is nothing wrong with individual investors taking reasonable risks for their own portfolios.
 
Risk-management
 
Banks have also managed their own risks. They have moved away from trading highly volatile securities in recent years, especially after Jamie Dimon cost JPMorgan Chase $2 billion in trading losses.
 
Banks are often worried about Middle Eastern currencies in general. Many banks are reluctant even to purchase 500 riyal Saudi notes, because they only understand their own tiny local market niches.
 
Do your own research
 
People understandably turn to their local bankers and brokers for investment advice. Unfortunately, bankers are strongly biased toward their own products, so they discourage investors from considering other, potentially-higher-gaining investments. To be successful, Dinar investors should use multiple sources of information.
 
Forward-thinking individual investors often decide to buy IQD after doing their homework by researching the growth of the Iraqi economy with its gushing oil wealth, as well as considering the artificially-low exchange value of the country’s currency. 
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-Cu6HqgcYNRo/VBcMenPdxmI/AAAAAAAAAR4/frIbUd-Yw7s/w506-h750/why.jpg
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https://plus.google.com/114525737918817497041 Mithu Mia : Reasons why your local banker is wrong about the Dinar Many people seek investment advice from their...
Reasons why your local banker is wrong about the Dinar

Many people seek investment advice from their bankers. And, while bankers usually have deeper knowledge about financial markets than their clients, still, bankers generally aren’t the most effective advisors for currency investors, especially for Middle-Eastern currencies such as the Iraqi Dinar (IQD). Instead, Dinar investors should do their own homework and use multiple sources of information.

Dinar investors should research the economic landscape in Iraq and understand trends in the currency markets. There are many great resources on Dinar investing, but most local bankers aren’t among them. Here are some reasons to ignore bankers’ advice.
 
Conflict of interest
 
Most people trust their bankers to provide sound financial advice. However, as an employee of a (sometimes large) corporation, any banker’s first responsibility is always to promote profitable services offered by their company, while steering investors away from more interesting investments like IQD.
 
Bankers and brokers are typically paid by commission and they receive bonuses for their sales, which means they are likely to ignore any financial product not sold by their own companies.
 
Commission-based compensation plans have spurred widespread concern that banks are overcharging customers. In the UK recently, large banks duped an estimated two million customers into purchasing payment protection insurance policies. The bankers who issued those policies were paid large commissions.
 
Similar problems have arisen in the United States. Bank of America was recently sued by the U.S. Justice Department for selling $1 billion worth of mortgage policies to customers without running adequate background checks.
 
Financial experts have warned about bankers’ conflicts-of-interest for years
 
 
In 2007, Rob Kindler, a vice-president for Morgan Stanley, warned that bankers needed to act to avoid these conflicts of interest. Goldman Sachs created new policies to deal with conflicts in 2012, but few other banks have introduced reforms.
 
Bankers discourage people from buying securities that don’t generate direct commissions for their banks. Since banks don’t receive any commissions for selling the Dinar, they invariably discourage people from buying IQD, which also means those bankers are denying people an opportunity to invest in Iraq’s strong economy.
 
Lack of foreign currency knowledge
 
When you’re buying Dinars, you shouldn’t rely on advice from a financial professional who doesn’t understand the global currency markets. Local bankers often discourage customers from purchasing foreign currencies simply because they don’t have much knowledge of forex markets.
 
It’s better to speak with an expert who understands the market. Since the currency isn’t traded on any open exchanges, most forex advisors don’t understand it very well. You should speak with a professional who actually has experience trading the Dinar.
 
Political biases
 
Some short-sighted Westerners have negative opinions about Iraq. Their views have been biased by “Big Media” in the U.S., which tends to emphasize the Gulf War and recent short-term flare-ups.
 
Most bankers have similarly-biased views of Iraq. They haven’t noticed the steady stream of news articles about Iraq’s rapidly-growing oil industry, or the fresh, stable new government.
 
The naysayers haven’t researched the Iraqi economy, so they don’t know the fact GDP has grown more than 8% each year over the last decade. These figures clearly show that Iraq is improving.
 
You should avoid the advice of under-informed people, and do your own research into the Iraqi success story.  
 
Stricter banking regulations make bankers skittish about any investment outside their banks
 
Banks are facing increasingly strict regulations that target fraud and money laundering. Even the Global Financial Markets Association recently proposed much stricter regulations for traders. U.S. authorities recently charged HSBC Holdings PLC (HSBA.L) and JPMorgan Chase with money laundering for casinos.
 
Many banks are skittish about dealing with any type of transaction that involves foreign currency. They incorrectly fear the Dinar simply because it’s Iraq’s national currency.
 
Still, Dinar-denominated transactions are held to the same high standards as all international currency transactions. Most importantly, there is nothing wrong with individual investors taking reasonable risks for their own portfolios.
 
Risk-management
 
Banks have also managed their own risks. They have moved away from trading highly volatile securities in recent years, especially after Jamie Dimon cost JPMorgan Chase $2 billion in trading losses.
 
Banks are often worried about Middle Eastern currencies in general. Many banks are reluctant even to purchase 500 riyal Saudi notes, because they only understand their own tiny local market niches.
 
Do your own research
 
People understandably turn to their local bankers and brokers for investment advice. Unfortunately, bankers are strongly biased toward their own products, so they discourage investors from considering other, potentially-higher-gaining investments. To be successful, Dinar investors should use multiple sources of information.
 
Forward-thinking individual investors often decide to buy IQD after doing their homework by researching the growth of the Iraqi economy with its gushing oil wealth, as well as considering the artificially-low exchange value of the country’s currency. 
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-Cu6HqgcYNRo/VBcMenPdxmI/AAAAAAAAAR4/frIbUd-Yw7s/w506-h750/why.jpg
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https://plus.google.com/100578110262136266366 Shalom Kolontarov : Reasons why your local banker is wrong about the Dinar Many people seek investment advice from their...
Reasons why your local banker is wrong about the Dinar

Many people seek investment advice from their bankers. And, while bankers usually have deeper knowledge about financial markets than their clients, still, bankers generally aren’t the most effective advisors for currency investors, especially for Middle-Eastern currencies such as the Iraqi Dinar (IQD). Instead, Dinar investors should do their own homework and use multiple sources of information.

Dinar investors should research the economic landscape in Iraq and understand trends in the currency markets. There are many great resources on Dinar investing, but most local bankers aren’t among them. Here are some reasons to ignore bankers’ advice.
 
Conflict of interest
 
Most people trust their bankers to provide sound financial advice. However, as an employee of a (sometimes large) corporation, any banker’s first responsibility is always to promote profitable services offered by their company, while steering investors away from more interesting investments like IQD.
 
Bankers and brokers are typically paid by commission and they receive bonuses for their sales, which means they are likely to ignore any financial product not sold by their own companies.
 
Commission-based compensation plans have spurred widespread concern that banks are overcharging customers. In the UK recently, large banks duped an estimated two million customers into purchasing payment protection insurance policies. The bankers who issued those policies were paid large commissions.
 
Similar problems have arisen in the United States. Bank of America was recently sued by the U.S. Justice Department for selling $1 billion worth of mortgage policies to customers without running adequate background checks.
 
Financial experts have warned about bankers’ conflicts-of-interest for years
 
 
In 2007, Rob Kindler, a vice-president for Morgan Stanley, warned that bankers needed to act to avoid these conflicts of interest. Goldman Sachs created new policies to deal with conflicts in 2012, but few other banks have introduced reforms.
 
Bankers discourage people from buying securities that don’t generate direct commissions for their banks. Since banks don’t receive any commissions for selling the Dinar, they invariably discourage people from buying IQD, which also means those bankers are denying people an opportunity to invest in Iraq’s strong economy.
 
Lack of foreign currency knowledge
 
When you’re buying Dinars, you shouldn’t rely on advice from a financial professional who doesn’t understand the global currency markets. Local bankers often discourage customers from purchasing foreign currencies simply because they don’t have much knowledge of forex markets.
 
It’s better to speak with an expert who understands the market. Since the currency isn’t traded on any open exchanges, most forex advisors don’t understand it very well. You should speak with a professional who actually has experience trading the Dinar.
 
Political biases
 
Some short-sighted Westerners have negative opinions about Iraq. Their views have been biased by “Big Media” in the U.S., which tends to emphasize the Gulf War and recent short-term flare-ups.
 
Most bankers have similarly-biased views of Iraq. They haven’t noticed the steady stream of news articles about Iraq’s rapidly-growing oil industry, or the fresh, stable new government.
 
The naysayers haven’t researched the Iraqi economy, so they don’t know the fact GDP has grown more than 8% each year over the last decade. These figures clearly show that Iraq is improving.
 
You should avoid the advice of under-informed people, and do your own research into the Iraqi success story.  
 
Stricter banking regulations make bankers skittish about any investment outside their banks
 
Banks are facing increasingly strict regulations that target fraud and money laundering. Even the Global Financial Markets Association recently proposed much stricter regulations for traders. U.S. authorities recently charged HSBC Holdings PLC (HSBA.L) and JPMorgan Chase with money laundering for casinos.
 
Many banks are skittish about dealing with any type of transaction that involves foreign currency. They incorrectly fear the Dinar simply because it’s Iraq’s national currency.
 
Still, Dinar-denominated transactions are held to the same high standards as all international currency transactions. Most importantly, there is nothing wrong with individual investors taking reasonable risks for their own portfolios.
 
Risk-management
 
Banks have also managed their own risks. They have moved away from trading highly volatile securities in recent years, especially after Jamie Dimon cost JPMorgan Chase $2 billion in trading losses.
 
Banks are often worried about Middle Eastern currencies in general. Many banks are reluctant even to purchase 500 riyal Saudi notes, because they only understand their own tiny local market niches.
 
Do your own research
 
People understandably turn to their local bankers and brokers for investment advice. Unfortunately, bankers are strongly biased toward their own products, so they discourage investors from considering other, potentially-higher-gaining investments. To be successful, Dinar investors should use multiple sources of information.
 
Forward-thinking individual investors often decide to buy IQD after doing their homework by researching the growth of the Iraqi economy with its gushing oil wealth, as well as considering the artificially-low exchange value of the country’s currency. 
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-Cu6HqgcYNRo/VBcMenPdxmI/AAAAAAAAAR4/frIbUd-Yw7s/w506-h750/why.jpg
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https://plus.google.com/113659100195716360042 Flavio Carrillo : Memo to Salon: while Jamie Dimon is kind of a douche, he doesn't run a private equity firm. JP Morgan...
Memo to Salon: while Jamie Dimon is kind of a douche, he doesn't run a private equity firm. JP Morgan is a bank, full stop.
Wall Street’s new jackpot at taxpayers’ expense
A quarter of all pension funds are now tied up in private equity, and the public is getting hosed on its investment
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https://plus.google.com/102311803980737580173 Ohio news : Chase CEO Dimon to speak at Columbus Chamber annual meeting Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co...
Chase CEO Dimon to speak at Columbus Chamber annual meeting

Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co., central Ohio’s largest private employer, will be the keynote speaker for the Columbus Chamber’s 2015 annual meeting. The event will include the presentation of the Columbus Award and the Small Business Leader Award. About 1,200 people are expected to attend. The meeting is set for 8 a.m. on Feb. 12 in the Greater Columbus Convention Center’s Battelle Grand ballroom. Tickets are available in advance at $85 for chamber members and $100 for non-member guests through the end of the year. After Jan. 1, tickets will be $100 for members and $120 for non-member guests. For more information or to order tickets, go to www.columbus.org/events/2015-columbus-chamber-annual-meeting. Source: http://www.dispatch.com/
http://ohianews.com/chase-ceo-dimon-to-speak-at-columbus-chamber-annual-meeting/
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https://plus.google.com/100174363145996252074 Kieran Taylor : Reasons why your local banker is wrong about the Dinar Many people seek investment advice from their...
Reasons why your local banker is wrong about the Dinar

Many people seek investment advice from their bankers. And, while bankers usually have deeper knowledge about financial markets than their clients, still, bankers generally aren’t the most effective advisors for currency investors, especially for Middle-Eastern currencies such as the Iraqi Dinar (IQD). Instead, Dinar investors should do their own homework and use multiple sources of information.

Dinar investors should research the economic landscape in Iraq and understand trends in the currency markets. There are many great resources on Dinar investing, but most local bankers aren’t among them. Here are some reasons to ignore bankers’ advice.
 
Conflict of interest
 
Most people trust their bankers to provide sound financial advice. However, as an employee of a (sometimes large) corporation, any banker’s first responsibility is always to promote profitable services offered by their company, while steering investors away from more interesting investments like IQD.
 
Bankers and brokers are typically paid by commission and they receive bonuses for their sales, which means they are likely to ignore any financial product not sold by their own companies.
 
Commission-based compensation plans have spurred widespread concern that banks are overcharging customers. In the UK recently, large banks duped an estimated two million customers into purchasing payment protection insurance policies. The bankers who issued those policies were paid large commissions.
 
Similar problems have arisen in the United States. Bank of America was recently sued by the U.S. Justice Department for selling $1 billion worth of mortgage policies to customers without running adequate background checks.
 
Financial experts have warned about bankers’ conflicts-of-interest for years
 
 
In 2007, Rob Kindler, a vice-president for Morgan Stanley, warned that bankers needed to act to avoid these conflicts of interest. Goldman Sachs created new policies to deal with conflicts in 2012, but few other banks have introduced reforms.
 
Bankers discourage people from buying securities that don’t generate direct commissions for their banks. Since banks don’t receive any commissions for selling the Dinar, they invariably discourage people from buying IQD, which also means those bankers are denying people an opportunity to invest in Iraq’s strong economy.
 
Lack of foreign currency knowledge
 
When you’re buying Dinars, you shouldn’t rely on advice from a financial professional who doesn’t understand the global currency markets. Local bankers often discourage customers from purchasing foreign currencies simply because they don’t have much knowledge of forex markets.
 
It’s better to speak with an expert who understands the market. Since the currency isn’t traded on any open exchanges, most forex advisors don’t understand it very well. You should speak with a professional who actually has experience trading the Dinar.
 
Political biases
 
Some short-sighted Westerners have negative opinions about Iraq. Their views have been biased by “Big Media” in the U.S., which tends to emphasize the Gulf War and recent short-term flare-ups.
 
Most bankers have similarly-biased views of Iraq. They haven’t noticed the steady stream of news articles about Iraq’s rapidly-growing oil industry, or the fresh, stable new government.
 
The naysayers haven’t researched the Iraqi economy, so they don’t know the fact GDP has grown more than 8% each year over the last decade. These figures clearly show that Iraq is improving.
 
You should avoid the advice of under-informed people, and do your own research into the Iraqi success story.  
 
Stricter banking regulations make bankers skittish about any investment outside their banks
 
Banks are facing increasingly strict regulations that target fraud and money laundering. Even the Global Financial Markets Association recently proposed much stricter regulations for traders. U.S. authorities recently charged HSBC Holdings PLC (HSBA.L) and JPMorgan Chase with money laundering for casinos.
 
Many banks are skittish about dealing with any type of transaction that involves foreign currency. They incorrectly fear the Dinar simply because it’s Iraq’s national currency.
 
Still, Dinar-denominated transactions are held to the same high standards as all international currency transactions. Most importantly, there is nothing wrong with individual investors taking reasonable risks for their own portfolios.
 
Risk-management
 
Banks have also managed their own risks. They have moved away from trading highly volatile securities in recent years, especially after Jamie Dimon cost JPMorgan Chase $2 billion in trading losses.
 
Banks are often worried about Middle Eastern currencies in general. Many banks are reluctant even to purchase 500 riyal Saudi notes, because they only understand their own tiny local market niches.
 
Do your own research
 
People understandably turn to their local bankers and brokers for investment advice. Unfortunately, bankers are strongly biased toward their own products, so they discourage investors from considering other, potentially-higher-gaining investments. To be successful, Dinar investors should use multiple sources of information.
 
Forward-thinking individual investors often decide to buy IQD after doing their homework by researching the growth of the Iraqi economy with its gushing oil wealth, as well as considering the artificially-low exchange value of the country’s currency. 
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-Cu6HqgcYNRo/VBcMenPdxmI/AAAAAAAAAR4/frIbUd-Yw7s/w506-h750/why.jpg
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Reasons why your local banker is wrong about the Dinar

Many people seek investment advice from their bankers. And, while bankers usually have deeper knowledge about financial markets than their clients, still, bankers generally aren’t the most effective advisors for currency investors, especially for Middle-Eastern currencies such as the Iraqi Dinar (IQD). Instead, Dinar investors should do their own homework and use multiple sources of information.

Dinar investors should research the economic landscape in Iraq and understand trends in the currency markets. There are many great resources on Dinar investing, but most local bankers aren’t among them. Here are some reasons to ignore bankers’ advice.
 
Conflict of interest
 
Most people trust their bankers to provide sound financial advice. However, as an employee of a (sometimes large) corporation, any banker’s first responsibility is always to promote profitable services offered by their company, while steering investors away from more interesting investments like IQD.
 
Bankers and brokers are typically paid by commission and they receive bonuses for their sales, which means they are likely to ignore any financial product not sold by their own companies.
 
Commission-based compensation plans have spurred widespread concern that banks are overcharging customers. In the UK recently, large banks duped an estimated two million customers into purchasing payment protection insurance policies. The bankers who issued those policies were paid large commissions.
 
Similar problems have arisen in the United States. Bank of America was recently sued by the U.S. Justice Department for selling $1 billion worth of mortgage policies to customers without running adequate background checks.
 
Financial experts have warned about bankers’ conflicts-of-interest for years
 
 
In 2007, Rob Kindler, a vice-president for Morgan Stanley, warned that bankers needed to act to avoid these conflicts of interest. Goldman Sachs created new policies to deal with conflicts in 2012, but few other banks have introduced reforms.
 
Bankers discourage people from buying securities that don’t generate direct commissions for their banks. Since banks don’t receive any commissions for selling the Dinar, they invariably discourage people from buying IQD, which also means those bankers are denying people an opportunity to invest in Iraq’s strong economy.
 
Lack of foreign currency knowledge
 
When you’re buying Dinars, you shouldn’t rely on advice from a financial professional who doesn’t understand the global currency markets. Local bankers often discourage customers from purchasing foreign currencies simply because they don’t have much knowledge of forex markets.
 
It’s better to speak with an expert who understands the market. Since the currency isn’t traded on any open exchanges, most forex advisors don’t understand it very well. You should speak with a professional who actually has experience trading the Dinar.
 
Political biases
 
Some short-sighted Westerners have negative opinions about Iraq. Their views have been biased by “Big Media” in the U.S., which tends to emphasize the Gulf War and recent short-term flare-ups.
 
Most bankers have similarly-biased views of Iraq. They haven’t noticed the steady stream of news articles about Iraq’s rapidly-growing oil industry, or the fresh, stable new government.
 
The naysayers haven’t researched the Iraqi economy, so they don’t know the fact GDP has grown more than 8% each year over the last decade. These figures clearly show that Iraq is improving.
 
You should avoid the advice of under-informed people, and do your own research into the Iraqi success story.  
 
Stricter banking regulations make bankers skittish about any investment outside their banks
 
Banks are facing increasingly strict regulations that target fraud and money laundering. Even the Global Financial Markets Association recently proposed much stricter regulations for traders. U.S. authorities recently charged HSBC Holdings PLC (HSBA.L) and JPMorgan Chase with money laundering for casinos.
 
Many banks are skittish about dealing with any type of transaction that involves foreign currency. They incorrectly fear the Dinar simply because it’s Iraq’s national currency.
 
Still, Dinar-denominated transactions are held to the same high standards as all international currency transactions. Most importantly, there is nothing wrong with individual investors taking reasonable risks for their own portfolios.
 
Risk-management
 
Banks have also managed their own risks. They have moved away from trading highly volatile securities in recent years, especially after Jamie Dimon cost JPMorgan Chase $2 billion in trading losses.
 
Banks are often worried about Middle Eastern currencies in general. Many banks are reluctant even to purchase 500 riyal Saudi notes, because they only understand their own tiny local market niches.
 
Do your own research
 
People understandably turn to their local bankers and brokers for investment advice. Unfortunately, bankers are strongly biased toward their own products, so they discourage investors from considering other, potentially-higher-gaining investments. To be successful, Dinar investors should use multiple sources of information.
 
Forward-thinking individual investors often decide to buy IQD after doing their homework by researching the growth of the Iraqi economy with its gushing oil wealth, as well as considering the artificially-low exchange value of the country’s currency. 
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Reasons why your local banker is wrong about the Dinar

Many people seek investment advice from their bankers. And, while bankers usually have deeper knowledge about financial markets than their clients, still, bankers generally aren’t the most effective advisors for currency investors, especially for Middle-Eastern currencies such as the Iraqi Dinar (IQD). Instead, Dinar investors should do their own homework and use multiple sources of information.

Dinar investors should research the economic landscape in Iraq and understand trends in the currency markets. There are many great resources on Dinar investing, but most local bankers aren’t among them. Here are some reasons to ignore bankers’ advice.
 
Conflict of interest
 
Most people trust their bankers to provide sound financial advice. However, as an employee of a (sometimes large) corporation, any banker’s first responsibility is always to promote profitable services offered by their company, while steering investors away from more interesting investments like IQD.
 
Bankers and brokers are typically paid by commission and they receive bonuses for their sales, which means they are likely to ignore any financial product not sold by their own companies.
 
Commission-based compensation plans have spurred widespread concern that banks are overcharging customers. In the UK recently, large banks duped an estimated two million customers into purchasing payment protection insurance policies. The bankers who issued those policies were paid large commissions.
 
Similar problems have arisen in the United States. Bank of America was recently sued by the U.S. Justice Department for selling $1 billion worth of mortgage policies to customers without running adequate background checks.
 
Financial experts have warned about bankers’ conflicts-of-interest for years
 
 
In 2007, Rob Kindler, a vice-president for Morgan Stanley, warned that bankers needed to act to avoid these conflicts of interest. Goldman Sachs created new policies to deal with conflicts in 2012, but few other banks have introduced reforms.
 
Bankers discourage people from buying securities that don’t generate direct commissions for their banks. Since banks don’t receive any commissions for selling the Dinar, they invariably discourage people from buying IQD, which also means those bankers are denying people an opportunity to invest in Iraq’s strong economy.
 
Lack of foreign currency knowledge
 
When you’re buying Dinars, you shouldn’t rely on advice from a financial professional who doesn’t understand the global currency markets. Local bankers often discourage customers from purchasing foreign currencies simply because they don’t have much knowledge of forex markets.
 
It’s better to speak with an expert who understands the market. Since the currency isn’t traded on any open exchanges, most forex advisors don’t understand it very well. You should speak with a professional who actually has experience trading the Dinar.
 
Political biases
 
Some short-sighted Westerners have negative opinions about Iraq. Their views have been biased by “Big Media” in the U.S., which tends to emphasize the Gulf War and recent short-term flare-ups.
 
Most bankers have similarly-biased views of Iraq. They haven’t noticed the steady stream of news articles about Iraq’s rapidly-growing oil industry, or the fresh, stable new government.
 
The naysayers haven’t researched the Iraqi economy, so they don’t know the fact GDP has grown more than 8% each year over the last decade. These figures clearly show that Iraq is improving.
 
You should avoid the advice of under-informed people, and do your own research into the Iraqi success story.  
 
Stricter banking regulations make bankers skittish about any investment outside their banks
 
Banks are facing increasingly strict regulations that target fraud and money laundering. Even the Global Financial Markets Association recently proposed much stricter regulations for traders. U.S. authorities recently charged HSBC Holdings PLC (HSBA.L) and JPMorgan Chase with money laundering for casinos.
 
Many banks are skittish about dealing with any type of transaction that involves foreign currency. They incorrectly fear the Dinar simply because it’s Iraq’s national currency.
 
Still, Dinar-denominated transactions are held to the same high standards as all international currency transactions. Most importantly, there is nothing wrong with individual investors taking reasonable risks for their own portfolios.
 
Risk-management
 
Banks have also managed their own risks. They have moved away from trading highly volatile securities in recent years, especially after Jamie Dimon cost JPMorgan Chase $2 billion in trading losses.
 
Banks are often worried about Middle Eastern currencies in general. Many banks are reluctant even to purchase 500 riyal Saudi notes, because they only understand their own tiny local market niches.
 
Do your own research
 
People understandably turn to their local bankers and brokers for investment advice. Unfortunately, bankers are strongly biased toward their own products, so they discourage investors from considering other, potentially-higher-gaining investments. To be successful, Dinar investors should use multiple sources of information.
 
Forward-thinking individual investors often decide to buy IQD after doing their homework by researching the growth of the Iraqi economy with its gushing oil wealth, as well as considering the artificially-low exchange value of the country’s currency. 
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Reasons why your local banker is wrong about the Dinar

Many people seek investment advice from their bankers. And, while bankers usually have deeper knowledge about financial markets than their clients, still, bankers generally aren’t the most effective advisors for currency investors, especially for Middle-Eastern currencies such as the Iraqi Dinar (IQD). Instead, Dinar investors should do their own homework and use multiple sources of information.

Dinar investors should research the economic landscape in Iraq and understand trends in the currency markets. There are many great resources on Dinar investing, but most local bankers aren’t among them. Here are some reasons to ignore bankers’ advice.
 
Conflict of interest
 
Most people trust their bankers to provide sound financial advice. However, as an employee of a (sometimes large) corporation, any banker’s first responsibility is always to promote profitable services offered by their company, while steering investors away from more interesting investments like IQD.
 
Bankers and brokers are typically paid by commission and they receive bonuses for their sales, which means they are likely to ignore any financial product not sold by their own companies.
 
Commission-based compensation plans have spurred widespread concern that banks are overcharging customers. In the UK recently, large banks duped an estimated two million customers into purchasing payment protection insurance policies. The bankers who issued those policies were paid large commissions.
 
Similar problems have arisen in the United States. Bank of America was recently sued by the U.S. Justice Department for selling $1 billion worth of mortgage policies to customers without running adequate background checks.
 
Financial experts have warned about bankers’ conflicts-of-interest for years
 
 
In 2007, Rob Kindler, a vice-president for Morgan Stanley, warned that bankers needed to act to avoid these conflicts of interest. Goldman Sachs created new policies to deal with conflicts in 2012, but few other banks have introduced reforms.
 
Bankers discourage people from buying securities that don’t generate direct commissions for their banks. Since banks don’t receive any commissions for selling the Dinar, they invariably discourage people from buying IQD, which also means those bankers are denying people an opportunity to invest in Iraq’s strong economy.
 
Lack of foreign currency knowledge
 
When you’re buying Dinars, you shouldn’t rely on advice from a financial professional who doesn’t understand the global currency markets. Local bankers often discourage customers from purchasing foreign currencies simply because they don’t have much knowledge of forex markets.
 
It’s better to speak with an expert who understands the market. Since the currency isn’t traded on any open exchanges, most forex advisors don’t understand it very well. You should speak with a professional who actually has experience trading the Dinar.
 
Political biases
 
Some short-sighted Westerners have negative opinions about Iraq. Their views have been biased by “Big Media” in the U.S., which tends to emphasize the Gulf War and recent short-term flare-ups.
 
Most bankers have similarly-biased views of Iraq. They haven’t noticed the steady stream of news articles about Iraq’s rapidly-growing oil industry, or the fresh, stable new government.
 
The naysayers haven’t researched the Iraqi economy, so they don’t know the fact GDP has grown more than 8% each year over the last decade. These figures clearly show that Iraq is improving.
 
You should avoid the advice of under-informed people, and do your own research into the Iraqi success story.  
 
Stricter banking regulations make bankers skittish about any investment outside their banks
 
Banks are facing increasingly strict regulations that target fraud and money laundering. Even the Global Financial Markets Association recently proposed much stricter regulations for traders. U.S. authorities recently charged HSBC Holdings PLC (HSBA.L) and JPMorgan Chase with money laundering for casinos.
 
Many banks are skittish about dealing with any type of transaction that involves foreign currency. They incorrectly fear the Dinar simply because it’s Iraq’s national currency.
 
Still, Dinar-denominated transactions are held to the same high standards as all international currency transactions. Most importantly, there is nothing wrong with individual investors taking reasonable risks for their own portfolios.
 
Risk-management
 
Banks have also managed their own risks. They have moved away from trading highly volatile securities in recent years, especially after Jamie Dimon cost JPMorgan Chase $2 billion in trading losses.
 
Banks are often worried about Middle Eastern currencies in general. Many banks are reluctant even to purchase 500 riyal Saudi notes, because they only understand their own tiny local market niches.
 
Do your own research
 
People understandably turn to their local bankers and brokers for investment advice. Unfortunately, bankers are strongly biased toward their own products, so they discourage investors from considering other, potentially-higher-gaining investments. To be successful, Dinar investors should use multiple sources of information.
 
Forward-thinking individual investors often decide to buy IQD after doing their homework by researching the growth of the Iraqi economy with its gushing oil wealth, as well as considering the artificially-low exchange value of the country’s currency. 
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https://plus.google.com/113850317586367617177 Adam James : Reasons why your local banker is wrong about the Dinar Many people seek investment advice from their...
Reasons why your local banker is wrong about the Dinar

Many people seek investment advice from their bankers. And, while bankers usually have deeper knowledge about financial markets than their clients, still, bankers generally aren’t the most effective advisors for currency investors, especially for Middle-Eastern currencies such as the Iraqi Dinar (IQD). Instead, Dinar investors should do their own homework and use multiple sources of information.

Dinar investors should research the economic landscape in Iraq and understand trends in the currency markets. There are many great resources on Dinar investing, but most local bankers aren’t among them. Here are some reasons to ignore bankers’ advice.
 
Conflict of interest
 
Most people trust their bankers to provide sound financial advice. However, as an employee of a (sometimes large) corporation, any banker’s first responsibility is always to promote profitable services offered by their company, while steering investors away from more interesting investments like IQD.
 
Bankers and brokers are typically paid by commission and they receive bonuses for their sales, which means they are likely to ignore any financial product not sold by their own companies.
 
Commission-based compensation plans have spurred widespread concern that banks are overcharging customers. In the UK recently, large banks duped an estimated two million customers into purchasing payment protection insurance policies. The bankers who issued those policies were paid large commissions.
 
Similar problems have arisen in the United States. Bank of America was recently sued by the U.S. Justice Department for selling $1 billion worth of mortgage policies to customers without running adequate background checks.
 
Financial experts have warned about bankers’ conflicts-of-interest for years
 
 
In 2007, Rob Kindler, a vice-president for Morgan Stanley, warned that bankers needed to act to avoid these conflicts of interest. Goldman Sachs created new policies to deal with conflicts in 2012, but few other banks have introduced reforms.
 
Bankers discourage people from buying securities that don’t generate direct commissions for their banks. Since banks don’t receive any commissions for selling the Dinar, they invariably discourage people from buying IQD, which also means those bankers are denying people an opportunity to invest in Iraq’s strong economy.
 
Lack of foreign currency knowledge
 
When you’re buying Dinars, you shouldn’t rely on advice from a financial professional who doesn’t understand the global currency markets. Local bankers often discourage customers from purchasing foreign currencies simply because they don’t have much knowledge of forex markets.
 
It’s better to speak with an expert who understands the market. Since the currency isn’t traded on any open exchanges, most forex advisors don’t understand it very well. You should speak with a professional who actually has experience trading the Dinar.
 
Political biases
 
Some short-sighted Westerners have negative opinions about Iraq. Their views have been biased by “Big Media” in the U.S., which tends to emphasize the Gulf War and recent short-term flare-ups.
 
Most bankers have similarly-biased views of Iraq. They haven’t noticed the steady stream of news articles about Iraq’s rapidly-growing oil industry, or the fresh, stable new government.
 
The naysayers haven’t researched the Iraqi economy, so they don’t know the fact GDP has grown more than 8% each year over the last decade. These figures clearly show that Iraq is improving.
 
You should avoid the advice of under-informed people, and do your own research into the Iraqi success story.  
 
Stricter banking regulations make bankers skittish about any investment outside their banks
 
Banks are facing increasingly strict regulations that target fraud and money laundering. Even the Global Financial Markets Association recently proposed much stricter regulations for traders. U.S. authorities recently charged HSBC Holdings PLC (HSBA.L) and JPMorgan Chase with money laundering for casinos.
 
Many banks are skittish about dealing with any type of transaction that involves foreign currency. They incorrectly fear the Dinar simply because it’s Iraq’s national currency.
 
Still, Dinar-denominated transactions are held to the same high standards as all international currency transactions. Most importantly, there is nothing wrong with individual investors taking reasonable risks for their own portfolios.
 
Risk-management
 
Banks have also managed their own risks. They have moved away from trading highly volatile securities in recent years, especially after Jamie Dimon cost JPMorgan Chase $2 billion in trading losses.
 
Banks are often worried about Middle Eastern currencies in general. Many banks are reluctant even to purchase 500 riyal Saudi notes, because they only understand their own tiny local market niches.
 
Do your own research
 
People understandably turn to their local bankers and brokers for investment advice. Unfortunately, bankers are strongly biased toward their own products, so they discourage investors from considering other, potentially-higher-gaining investments. To be successful, Dinar investors should use multiple sources of information.
 
Forward-thinking individual investors often decide to buy IQD after doing their homework by researching the growth of the Iraqi economy with its gushing oil wealth, as well as considering the artificially-low exchange value of the country’s currency. 
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https://plus.google.com/113850317586367617177 Adam James : Reasons why your local banker is wrong about the Dinar Many people seek investment advice from their...
Reasons why your local banker is wrong about the Dinar

Many people seek investment advice from their bankers. And, while bankers usually have deeper knowledge about financial markets than their clients, still, bankers generally aren’t the most effective advisors for currency investors, especially for Middle-Eastern currencies such as the Iraqi Dinar (IQD). Instead, Dinar investors should do their own homework and use multiple sources of information.

Dinar investors should research the economic landscape in Iraq and understand trends in the currency markets. There are many great resources on Dinar investing, but most local bankers aren’t among them. Here are some reasons to ignore bankers’ advice.
 
Conflict of interest
 
Most people trust their bankers to provide sound financial advice. However, as an employee of a (sometimes large) corporation, any banker’s first responsibility is always to promote profitable services offered by their company, while steering investors away from more interesting investments like IQD.
 
Bankers and brokers are typically paid by commission and they receive bonuses for their sales, which means they are likely to ignore any financial product not sold by their own companies.
 
Commission-based compensation plans have spurred widespread concern that banks are overcharging customers. In the UK recently, large banks duped an estimated two million customers into purchasing payment protection insurance policies. The bankers who issued those policies were paid large commissions.
 
Similar problems have arisen in the United States. Bank of America was recently sued by the U.S. Justice Department for selling $1 billion worth of mortgage policies to customers without running adequate background checks.
 
Financial experts have warned about bankers’ conflicts-of-interest for years
 
 
In 2007, Rob Kindler, a vice-president for Morgan Stanley, warned that bankers needed to act to avoid these conflicts of interest. Goldman Sachs created new policies to deal with conflicts in 2012, but few other banks have introduced reforms.
 
Bankers discourage people from buying securities that don’t generate direct commissions for their banks. Since banks don’t receive any commissions for selling the Dinar, they invariably discourage people from buying IQD, which also means those bankers are denying people an opportunity to invest in Iraq’s strong economy.
 
Lack of foreign currency knowledge
 
When you’re buying Dinars, you shouldn’t rely on advice from a financial professional who doesn’t understand the global currency markets. Local bankers often discourage customers from purchasing foreign currencies simply because they don’t have much knowledge of forex markets.
 
It’s better to speak with an expert who understands the market. Since the currency isn’t traded on any open exchanges, most forex advisors don’t understand it very well. You should speak with a professional who actually has experience trading the Dinar.
 
Political biases
 
Some short-sighted Westerners have negative opinions about Iraq. Their views have been biased by “Big Media” in the U.S., which tends to emphasize the Gulf War and recent short-term flare-ups.
 
Most bankers have similarly-biased views of Iraq. They haven’t noticed the steady stream of news articles about Iraq’s rapidly-growing oil industry, or the fresh, stable new government.
 
The naysayers haven’t researched the Iraqi economy, so they don’t know the fact GDP has grown more than 8% each year over the last decade. These figures clearly show that Iraq is improving.
 
You should avoid the advice of under-informed people, and do your own research into the Iraqi success story.  
 
Stricter banking regulations make bankers skittish about any investment outside their banks
 
Banks are facing increasingly strict regulations that target fraud and money laundering. Even the Global Financial Markets Association recently proposed much stricter regulations for traders. U.S. authorities recently charged HSBC Holdings PLC (HSBA.L) and JPMorgan Chase with money laundering for casinos.
 
Many banks are skittish about dealing with any type of transaction that involves foreign currency. They incorrectly fear the Dinar simply because it’s Iraq’s national currency.
 
Still, Dinar-denominated transactions are held to the same high standards as all international currency transactions. Most importantly, there is nothing wrong with individual investors taking reasonable risks for their own portfolios.
 
Risk-management
 
Banks have also managed their own risks. They have moved away from trading highly volatile securities in recent years, especially after Jamie Dimon cost JPMorgan Chase $2 billion in trading losses.
 
Banks are often worried about Middle Eastern currencies in general. Many banks are reluctant even to purchase 500 riyal Saudi notes, because they only understand their own tiny local market niches.
 
Do your own research
 
People understandably turn to their local bankers and brokers for investment advice. Unfortunately, bankers are strongly biased toward their own products, so they discourage investors from considering other, potentially-higher-gaining investments. To be successful, Dinar investors should use multiple sources of information.
 
Forward-thinking individual investors often decide to buy IQD after doing their homework by researching the growth of the Iraqi economy with its gushing oil wealth, as well as considering the artificially-low exchange value of the country’s currency. 
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-Cu6HqgcYNRo/VBcMenPdxmI/AAAAAAAAAR4/frIbUd-Yw7s/w506-h750/why.jpg
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https://plus.google.com/105668243339599562024 George Kanaris : 1) DICK CHENEY, the Global Sith This guy in the poster child for what a War criminal looks like today...
1) DICK CHENEY, the Global Sith
This guy in the poster child for what a War criminal looks like today. That smirk of contempt is the classic and quintessential screw you to your face while I steal your future. It’s that unreal commitment to being the world # 1 psychotic predator that makes this Global Sith our # 1 war criminal.

A former US Secretary of Defense, former US Vice-President and signator of the Project for the New American Century (PNAC) here, Cheney is the accused mastermind of the 911 “terrorist” attack against the people of the world. Cheney has been called “The Vice President For Torture” by the Washington Post. A staunch supporter of the Middle Eastern Wars for resources, Cheney, like Wolfowitz and Rumsfeld bears particular responsibility for the conduct of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.

Elder Statesman and global corporate rapist, this maniac epitomizes the phrase Psychotic Predator. Oh and it is alleged that he’s had over 25 heart transplant surgeries over the last thousand years of his life allowing him to complete many other evil deeds allegedly including injecting potatoes with an unknown agent causing the famine in Ireland (circa 1845) and launching the Bubonic plague on Europe destroying the lives of millions upon millions just so he could control the spice trade. This guy knows what he’s doing! Send this menace to Gitmo!

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2) GEORGE W. BUSH, Idiot Drunk and Coked Up Innocent bystander
It’s actually hard to put this clown on our list. He was by far the most embarrassing U.S. President in history.  He’s such a moron that you kind of feel sorry for him. I mean this clown on 9/12 had the whole world on his side and, within 1 year, blew that goodwill to hell completely. It’s precisely that kind of talent that puts Mr. Mission Accomplished on this list at #2.

I mean he was gracious enough to accept the job offered to him by his Dad and the GOP cabal that you gotta admire him for doing his duty as a good son. But alas, he gladly implemented their Dr. Evil strategems without a blink of a eye and so, well, you guessed it…Dress up in your favorite Orange jumpsuit Georgy cause you’re…. the next contestant on Guess who belongs in Gitmo?

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3) BENJAMIN NETANYAHU, Prime Sinister of Israhell
Bibi, we love you! You’ve been around so long we’ve lost track of how many crimes against humanity you’ve committed. I mean you’ve screwed the American public for so long headed by your spy and bidding ring in America commonly known as AIPAC that we no longer know what is up and what is down.  And to make it even worse, you do it soooooo effortlessly. It’s impressive.

I mean you take white phosphorus (here) dumps on the indigenous populations and then call them terrorists while the American public cheers you on,; even more than their U.S. President. Wow! That’s amazing!
Talent? No way! It’s much more! I think the word is Mastery.

You are that Master Po guy in the 70's Kung Fu TV Show teaching poor little Grasshopper Obama how to control the universe. And that puts you on this esteemed list.

Somebody give this man a standing ovation! Wait! What’s that? The U.S. Congress already did that? Dam he’s good! Ga Ga Ga Gitmo time!

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4) JAMIE DIMON, J.P. Morgan Chase Chairman and Known Global Tapeworm
Mr. Dimon, how sweet it is! The Tapeworm! We love this guy! In fact, most of the global peoples don’t even know your name which makes you so so really evil because you do it in plain site. You screw the masses each day leading an evil empire that controls the money game enslaving the populace while you create wealth for you and your buds in a game where you control the rules.

Brilliant! You win no matter what happens. Tell me the truth …. you have a real mini-me right? A Mister Bigglesworth? Come on, fess up! Hey If I throw a penny into a cell in Gitmo will you run and get it? I think so!

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5) RUPERT MURDOCH, Global Media Master Brainwasher
Ahhhh, the Australian globalist posing an American gentleman. Hey wasn’t this guy in that James Bond movie Tomorrow Never Dies here? I am sure that was him looking to control the global media. Except this maniac is for real.

Does anyone have a straight jacket the size of his megalomania. How old is this clown act anyway? Is he really a human being or just a hologram?

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6) HANK PAULSON, Global Bankster and Financial Rapist
When Paulson left the top job at Goldman Sachs to become Treasury Secretary in 2006, his big concern was whether he’d have an impact.

He ended up almost single-handedly running the country’s economic policy for the last year of the Bush Administration insuring that his buddies got bailed out after screwing everybody. Wow, what a performance!

Can you say Agent Double-Oh-Bilderberger?

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7) PAUL WOLFOWITZ, the Iraq War Architect
Former US Deputy Secretary of Defense and architect of the Middle Eastern War Without End. Casualties in two pre-emptive wars now exceed 1,000,000 deaths, not including the 4,000+ US deaths and over 40,000 wounded. And this clown act won a Presidential Medal of Freedom for his evil work and a promotion to the head of the World Bank. You can’t write comedy better than this.

I would send him to Gitmo but the laughs seem to be worth having him around on TV trying to justify his actions. It’s better than watching the comedy channel. Too funny!

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8)  TONY BLAIR, Wingman to G.W. Bush in the Fabricated Wars
Blair, with his buddy Georgy, better known as G.W., launched a war of aggression that broke international law. In attacking Iraq, Blair committed a crime against peace, defined by the Nuremberg Principles as the “planning, preparation, initiation or waging of a war of aggression”.

The Iraq war was waged for a reason other than self-defence, which made it a crime of aggression and violated Articles 33 and 51 of the UN Charter. Besides, he smiles while he lies. That’s worth a ticket to Gitmo. Read more on Why Blair is a War Criminal.

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9) DONALD RUMSFELD, Loyal Neo-Conned
US Secretary of Defense during the Middle Eastern War Without end. A signator of the Project for the New American Century (PNAC) here document that calls for pre-emptive hostile acts of US imperialism conducted by overwhelming military means (War) against weaker nations possessing scarce resources.

Aside from the estimated  1,000,000 Iraqi deaths, the estimated 40,000 US casualties (dead and injured), and the untold tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands unaccounted for who suffer from the effects of depleted uranium now and in the years to come, well Rummy, you win! You get on this list.

I mean Rumsfeld remains convinced the “war on terror” was just. Does Gitmo have a super insane wing? If so, he belongs there.

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10) HENRY KISSINGER, The Original War Criminal
This former US Secretary of State was Dick Cheney before there was a Dick Cheney. He invented the modern day Dick Cheney.  In fact, Dick Cheney can only hope to be this good.

Kissinger had a hand in killings around the world for over 40 years. Some argue he’s still involved.
From Chile to Vietnam to Israel, lovable Henry was the man. Heck, he was so good that they even gave him a Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts. Wow, good job Europa!

I loved this man so much that, with my old punk rock band Twisted Nixon, I penned a song in his honor called Kissinger is Dead.

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Make a Citizens Arrest and Save the World

In closing, personally, I don’t recognize the right of these maniacs to be free in our global society. In fact, if I ever see one of these maniacs anywhere near my presence, I will immediately make a global citizens arrest on behalf of humanity and take them to the nearest local Police station calling upon my fellow citizens to guard the building so that so there can be no escape or rescue by their assigns who aim to free their buddy from the grips of justice.  I urge you, my fellow humans, to do the same.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Johnny Punish is a musician, artist, entertainer, businessman, investor, life coach, and syndicated columnist. Educated at University of Nevada Las Vegas, his articles appear in Veterans Today, Money News Now and his Johnny Punish Blog. His art music is promoted by Peapolz Media Records and played on net radio at Last.fm and more.
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