Happy Monday Dinarians,
Rather than continuing to answer similar questions related to this subject, I feel it is time to just make a full post about the topic that keeps coming in to my Mail Bag.
Should I sell my IQD and get out? Are you going to sell your IQD?
Here is a typical question I receive, this one is from Saturday:
On Sat, 01 Feb 2014 09:37:15 -0800 [name removed]
…after reading some of the things on the bagdhadinvest website and others wonder what you think of any eventual RV?
I’m kind of on the fence on this. I see both sides. Using oil credits means not having to have the money in your account, however, almost every real fact goes against any RV at 3, 3.50 or even $1.
A couple of my friends have now sold their dinar lock, stock and barrel so to speak and I’m wondering if I shouldn’t since on one side you have the true believers who think everything out there is somehow related to a global reset/rv, and the other side which scoffs at any RV ever, instead preferring a LOP.
What sayeth you?
Here is my personal answer that I emailed to this individual:
Hello [name removed],
I can only suggest what I am personally doing – I’m holding on to my Dinar.
I only own as much as I can afford to lose.
Perhaps I’m gambling? But in essence I see the IQD as “throw-a-way” money! This is the same money I would blow spending a few careless weekends in Las Vegas.
I also have my 401K and other savings, but I don’t want to rely on them alone, and unfortunately I don’t have a “Rich Uncle” who will die and leave me his Castle in the South of France! LOL!
So, perhaps I look at the Dinar as being that “Rich Uncle”, if you get my meaning.
I don’t believe the World Nations would stand for a “LOP” – the IQD Team has many articles on their website debunking the “LOP” theory, (link) I would suggest you read their website and listen in on their weekly Conference Calls (either Live Tues & Thur) or the recorded replay online or over the telephone. (here is a link).
Thanks for your question!
~ Mr. IQD
Well, I hope this post has helped you with your personal struggles with this question. Feel free to comment below – please do not say how much IQD you own in your comment.
~ Mr. IQD