Chatroom For Global Currency Reset Discussions

Here it is by request, a free chat room just for all of you currency fans. COMMENT BELOW. And no, you don’t have to register. Free speech is awesome.  I would appreciate it if you guys kept it clean, but with that being said, have fun with this! Scroll down below the chat box to read some suggestions.
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Things To Discuss

Alright people, so here is the deal.  I’m not on here 100% of the time monitoring chat, I have a website business to run and can’t be focused, however, I will check at least every other day to see if there are any awesome questions or concerns.  Here are some things that you guys can talk about in case you are not sure what to discuss.

  • Currencies – discuss any currency you want, maybe you have one that you think is going to be the next big breakthrough.
  • Gold, silver and other precious metals – as you know, I love silver, and not just because it’s pretty, because it’s rare, actually more rare than gold, and it’s disappearing.  Discuss precious metals and see what others are saying.
  • Ripoffs – Have you been ripped off by someone in the financial industry?  Talk about it. 
  • Currency dealers – have a complaint or warning?  How about a good experience?  Talk about reserves or other things you are concerned about.
  • Military experience – some of you have been overseas, talk about your experiences.  Maybe you might have information on countries that people are thinking about or have already invested in like Iraq, talk to people, see if you can help them.
  • Bank storiespost real experiences with a bank/wealth manager.  If you don’t have proof like audio, then it’s going to be hard to confince people that it’s true, everyone can record audio with their cellphone.  If you don’t have a cellphone, get one.
  • Currency rates – some people like to think that the Chinese Yuan is a good investment, some think that the Iraqi Dinar or Vietnamese Dong is, and still others (who are highly confused) think the Zimbabwe Dollar is the currency to hold.  Talk about currencies and rates.
  • Dinar guru storiesdid a guru slip up?  Did they accidentally say something that is a fact?  Are they lying?  Post about them.
  • Anything you want – if you don’t find the above topics interesting, it’s a free country, talk about whatever you want.
  • Breaking News – Discuss the currency news from around the world, maybe something is happening in your country, talk about it.

32 thoughts on “Chatroom For Global Currency Reset Discussions”

  1. Hello Nick, I just would like to became your friend ( Amigo), and ask you what exactly do you do for living, you said that you have a website business to run, can I ask you what type of business is this, please, the reason why I asking you is because, i am looking for something to do, as a part time.
    I am a Signing Notary,,, I worked as Loan Officer for many years, other jobs where I had a lot of customer services to clients……..and of course I am in the Dinarland too, and I am trying to go now very quit, I do NOT trust to anybody anymore, i just wait for the right moment to came for the “exchange”, I listened almost every dinar-guru but Not anymore, is too much going back in forth. Since I started toreading or listen to you a lot of things make sense to me, so you are doing an amazing job my Amigo………

  2. I am one of those who was pulled into the guru-powered rv machine. I bought several different currencies, but the one we were encouraged to purchase, the Zimbabwe money, is my true investment. Discovering that it is valueless truly left me discouraged. Other than burning them, is there a way to recoup any money? Also, what should be the next step for those who are in limbo with foreign curremcy?

    • Hi Brenda
      I have it under good authority that a major player is buying the dinars 25 000 notes from 2003-2009 for $1250 USD to $2250 USD
      The catch is they want a minimum of 4000 Notes so I’m putting together a group that want to cash out, some are getting rid of all some are keeping a portion. I you want to be part of the group let me know and we will make arrangement
      I can be reach be text or email

  3. Your website as well as other websites sure do not discuss the Dong very much…For me an my friends who invested in Vietnam’s currency (Dong), we find it frustrating that the IMF has not RV or RI their currency. If anyone would like to discuss this in depth via using Outlook as opposed to doing a chat; we are willing to discuss our opinions as to why the Dong has not RI or RV.

  4. I have an annuity with Security Benefits. It is insured by the State of Florida and it is not tied to the stock market. But if the entire country and all other countries become in a depression, I am still worried that I will loose my life savings. I live on social security and a pension but that could also be wiped out if the US is bankrupt???? I bought some gold and silver and both have gone down dramatically. my husband does not believe anything is wrong with the economy and can not imagine that we may be wiped out in the near future. What do you think?

    • I’m preparing for a collapse. Too many countries pulling away from the Dollar. Yes, gold and silver are down, which is why I’m buying them now. Your pension and SS benefits could be gone, just like Greece. How long can you survive without either? I’d start thinking about surviving without those. It’s going to be, in my opinion, the thing that really breaks America, when pensions/401ks/IRA’s etc, are cut off. Tell your husband to check out

      • Nick; For time to time we (you are aware of my business interest) I
        believe by now. Which would be a perfect place for a fellow like Nelo
        Ruiz above to begin.

        We just had another world wide financial update from one of our own
        experts. 1-800-736-1452. This one was the one before last, (which was
        just yesterday) I’ll post that one here too…if you enjoy the first one enough.

        Earl Allen Boek The man with a international exit plan.

  5. What are your views on agenda 21 ? Do you believe a world
    financial reset will be the main tool to implement this agenda ?

  6. I have a question about the Rv and if my husband and I are going to be able to exchange our currency. I find everything out from my brother in law and from what he has told me is that there isn’t going to be a public exchange where if your not in a group you won’t be able to exchange your currency…I’m needing to know if this is true or not and if not what should my husband and I should do if it’s not true.

    • More lies Cindy, you can exchange right now, just google sell Iraqi Dinar or sell Vietnamese Dong. Don’t go to private exchanges or send your currency to be counted, that is the scam. Just go to your Wells Fargo and exchange there, I go all the time. I don’t know who you are getting your information from.

  7. Will U.S. Dollar Substitute to Go Public on Oct 20th?..
    Link to article:
    The International Monetary Fund is one of the most secretive and powerful organizations in the world.

    They monitor the financial health of more than 185 countries… they establish global money rules… and provide “bail-out” assistance to bankrupt nations.

    And on Oct 20th of this year, the IMF is expected to announce a reserve currency alternative to the U.S. dollar, which will send hundreds of billions of dollars moving around the world, literally overnight.

    RELATED: Is this China’s plan to destroy the U.S. Dollar?

    According to Juan Zarate, who helped implement financial sanctions while serving in George W. Bush’s Treasury department, “Once the [other currency] becomes an alternative to the dollar, rules of the game begin to change.”

    And Leong Sing Chiong, Assistant Managing Director at a major central bank, said this dollar alternative “is likely to transform the financial landscape in the next 5-10 years.”

    READ MORE: The Shocking Consequences of IMF’s October Announcement?

    According to currency expert, Dr. Steve Sjuggerud (recently featured on CNBC, and Bloomberg),

    “I’ve been active in the markets for over two decades now… but I’ve never seen anything that could move so much money, so quickly. Hundreds of billions of dollars could change hands in a single day after this announcement is made.”

    “The announcement will start a domino effect, that will basically determine who in America gets rich in the years to come… and who struggles.”

    Dr. Sjuggerud says if you own any U.S. assets—and that includes stocks, bonds, real estate, or just cash in a bank account–you should be aware of what’s about to happen, and know how to prepare.

    Experts say this announcement, expected Oct. 20th, could trigger one of the most profound transfers of wealth in our lifetime.

    But as Dr. Sjuggerud explains, if you understand what’s taking place, and can get ahead of this move, you can not only protect your money, but safely make a small fortune in the next few years.

    Dr. Steve Sjuggerud and his research team have put together a full analysis on not only what this announcement means for the economy, but also how it could affect you, your money, and your investments, personally.

  8. China stocks plummet again as Beijing sits on sidelines..

    By Samuel Shen and Nathaniel Taplin

    Related Stories

    China cuts rates, reserve ratio after stocks plummet again Reuters
    China stocks give up year’s gains as ‘national team’ stays on bench Reuters
    China stocks plunge to 8-month lows before paring losses Reuters
    China stocks sink over 7 percent as panic selling intensifies Reuters
    China stocks sink over 7 pct as panic selling intensifies Reuters
    SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Chinese stocks tumbled again on Tuesday, despite a rebound in markets elsewhere in Asia, as investors despaired at the lack of policy action from Beijing in response to recent data suggesting the downturn in the world’s second-largest economy is deepening.

    Major Chinese stock indexes nosedived more than 7 percent, hitting their lowest levels since December, following their more than 8 percent plunge on Monday that sent shockwaves through global financial markets. [MKTS/GLOB]

    China, one of the main engines of the world economy, has overtaken Greece at the top of the worry list of global investors, who fret its economy is growing at a much slower pace than the official 7 percent target for 2015.

    But unlike in July, when Beijing directed hundreds of billions of dollars into the market in an unprecedented rescue operation, policymakers have largely sat on their hands during the latest bout of turbulence, which began last week.

    “Global investors are cannibalizing each other. Calling it a market disaster is not an overstatement,” said Zhou Lin, an analyst at Huatai Securities.

    “The mood of panic is dominating the market … And I don’t see any signs of meaningful government intervention.”

    The CSI300 index of the largest listed companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen dropped 7.1 percent, while the Shanghai Composite Index (.SSEC) collapsed 7.6 percent to close below the psychologically significant 3,000-point level. [.SS]

    Underscoring the panic gripping the retail investors who dominate China’s stock markets, all index futures contracts fell by the maximum 10 percent daily limit, pointing to expectations of even deeper losses.


    After the turmoil in China rocked world equity and commodity markets on Monday, policymakers elsewhere in Asia sought to soothe fears about the broader impact on the global economy.

    “I think it’s important that people don’t hyperventilate about these type of things,” said Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, whose country is heavily exposed to China, the biggest consumer of its commodity exports.

    “It is not unusual to see stock market corrections. It is not unusual to see bubbles burst in particular markets and for there to be some flow-on effect in other stock markets, but the fundamentals are sound.”

    Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso also said Chinese stocks, which had more than doubled in the six months to May, had been a bubble that was now bursting.

    “There’s also suspicion on whether China’s official GDP figures reflect the real state of the economy,” he told a news conference after a cabinet meeting in Tokyo.

    After a year of heady gains, Chinese markets have been buffeted by increasing signs that economic growth is faltering.

    This week’s vertiginous declines have taken stocks into negative territory for the year-to-date, although Leland Miller, president of China Beige Book International, pointed out that Chinese equity markets have shown little correlation with the real economy – either on the way up or the way down.

    “Previous boom-bust cycles in Chinese stocks have also showed little or no connection to (apparent) economic performance,” said Miller, whose firm provides anecdotal survey information about China based on the Fed’s “Beige Book” model.

    “Investors can be excused for overreacting to China fears, since without better visibility into the actual condition of China’s economy, most prefer to remain cautious.”


    While there is little evidence that the stock market mayhem has dampened consumer spending so far, concerns about the economy have intensified after factory activity shrank at its fastest pace in almost 6-1/2 years and the central bank unexpectedly devalued its yuan currency earlier this month.

    Investors were disappointed by a lack of further central bank action over the weekend, which some said would have been justified both by the weak preliminary manufacturing readout for August and by last week’s stock market slide.

    “How can investors stand slumps like this?” said a 76-year-old retired worker in Shanghai, who only gave his surname Gao. “The government has messed up the market. It’s wrong for the government not to rescue it.”

    A majority of analysts, however, predict a continued deceleration – rather than a crash – for China’s economy, and dismiss comparisons with the 2008 Global Financial Crisis or the 1997/98 crisis in Asia.

    “The current panic is essentially ‘made in China’. The recent data from other major economies have generally been good and there is little to justify fears of a major global downturn,” wrote economists at Capital Economics.

    “China’s recent economic data suggest that growth remains sluggish, but are not weak enough to justify fears of a hard landing.”

    Some companies, too, have sought to reassure investors that China’s economy is not about to go over the cliff.

    Apple Inc (AAPL.O) Chief Executive Tim Cook took the rare step on Monday of commenting on the health of the tech giant’s business midway through a financial quarter.

    Before the opening bell on Wall Street, he wrote in an emailed response to questions that iPhone activations in China had accelerated over the past few weeks.

    “Obviously I can’t predict the future, but our performance so far this quarter is reassuring. Additionally, I continue to believe China represents an unprecedented opportunity over the long term,” Cook wrote. (

    Boeing Co (BA.N) on Tuesday raised its forecast for China’s aircraft demand despite the slowing economy and tumbling stock market.

    The U.S. plane maker expects China will buy 6,330 aircraft over the next 20 years, a 5 percent rise from its last estimate. The planes would currently be worth nearly $1 trillion.

    (Reporting by Samuel Shen, Nathaniel Taplin and Kazanori Takada in Shanghai, Pete Sweeney in Hong Kong, Devika Krishna Kumar in Bengaluru, Leika Kihara in Tokyo and Lincoln Feast in Sydney; Writing by Alex Richardson; Editing by Kim Coghill)

  9. IMF’s Lagarde: More volatility likely for emerging markets

    The head of the International Monetary Fund says there is reason to be concerned about the global economy.

    In prepared remarks for a Wednesday speech, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde said that her organization sees troubling signs in the world’s finances, and that it is unclear if the current situation is cyclical or if it represents a fundamental downturn.

    “The simple answer is that there is no simple answer. Certainly, we are at a difficult and complex juncture,” Lagarde said, explaining she is worried about recent global affairs — and international economics are similarly distressing.

    Read entire article:

  10. Hi
    Imagine the guys on the Forex if they knew that currency would revalue. They would have enormous investments in worthless currency!!! Frontrunning and Insider Trading?

    But, before that could even occur…..

    What would have to happen in the world economy in order for say the Dong to revalue?

    Any thoughts to enterntain my curiousity?

    • IF it were to revalue. I think all of these currencies we discuss (Dong, Dinar) might actually be DEvalued, and the US dollar along with them. I never met any well respected financial trader, or heard anyone like a Peter Schiff or Gerald Celente recommend buying paper currency, why is that? Think about it.

  11. I’m new to all of this, and it was suggested that I buy Vietnemese Dong. I’m actually trying to figure just what to buy. Either way it’s taking a chance I guess, but what’s worse Dong or IQD?

  12. I bought a monster box of 500 oz. of silver through Ebay and the seller never delivered. It is taking a long time to get my money back. When I get it back, I want to buy something that would guarantee that my gold would not be confiscated and I would have enough money to live on if my Gov. pension and SSA is stopped from USA going broke. A guy named Jose from US Gold Bureau wants me to buy gold the ps type that will retain its value and make me a coin investor. That is a nice investment maybe but i think i need enough silver to exist when the SHTF. What do you think?

    Also, you said we can exchange our Dinars with Wells Fargo but how much would we get? I only have about 50 000. I heard from Cosmic Voice that they will never revalue up and our currency is worth nothing.

  13. well i posted last week and the question never was posted. it was not nasty or hurtful. I guess i can not ask questions about the dinar. mary magdalene

  14. Hello Nick, you said the other day on a open chat u posted on Facebook about the Dong! U said to get rid of it an it would never go up! Well it did go up on the 19 Th of August 4 cents an dropped back down day after! I called chase to confirm an it did! How can I catch it goin up again an not miss it! I don’t care if it was only four cents, I just don’t wanna miss it again!

  15. Hello Nick,
    Maybe I missed something. I did not see a response to Mary Magdalene on going to Wells Fargo to cash in on the dinars. Are they exchanging for US dollars?
    If so do you need to call for An appointment and what would be the process? You said in earlier post that you go all the time, what are they exchanging in value ? Can you clarify the details of that post?

    • Wells Fargo is NOT accepting Iraqi Dinars in 2016, you can check it out by calling them or going to their foreign exchange page. I’m not sure why people are lying about this bank, I’m sure they can get into trouble for putting out false information about a financial institution.


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