I think I may have to keep my questions a little less profound. Is it that there is just no interest or is it that hubbers don't know that millions of folks have invested in the Iraqui Dinar hoping that the cration of a new and viablle gov't may possibly make the Dinar valuable in the worlds money market....or is it that it's just to difficult a question for those who'd rather read comments about Dr. Laura quitting radio? Am I expecting too much of my fellow "Hubbers?"
Thanks: I have a friend who bought $100,000 worth hoping that one day they'd gain in value. I think yer right tho, if the gov't can't pull itself together and become a functional democracy, the $ will never be worth anything and the investments will have been wasted....good luck!
have to say kinda blown away by the coldness of people speculating on a currency of a country in turmoil where thousands of innocent men women and children have been murdered. Guess it must be pretty tough on you guys huh?
Way to go :-(
When your ship comes in be sure to wipe away the blood before you spend.
When I bought my home a couple years ago I recieved a collection of vinal records along with the record player. My mom says to hold on to the records as they maybe worth some money someday but why? I dont have use for...