“Will the Dinar and the Dong Ring for Christmas” by David Harkness – 12.17.21


Entry Submitted by David Harkness at 3:37 AM EST on December 17, 2021

Dear Fellow Currency Investors,

It has been a long journey for all concerned and for many frustrating and disappointing.

Well it seems the little elves have been busy at the IMF over the last 24 hours trying to balance the currencies and their values.

There is no one home at the US Treasury so you cannot  expect them to perform on the RV for these two currencies, the only ones outstanding to be revalued and that   could be made public on the 20 December 2021 but not likely.

The UN next revaluation is 29 December 2021 effective 31 December 2021 end of the USA Financial Year  which is important for the USA economy balance sheet.

The IM could perform any day now and the public rate would be announced during  or before the contracts are started.

The public rate will not be delayed by  the contract rate completion.

So somewhere between 20 December and 29  December 2021 we should expect some joy.

Kind regards,

David Harkness


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