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Iraqi Dinar: Real RV Intel by [Montana, Adam]
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  • File Size: 464 KB
  • Print Length: 43 pages
  • Publisher: self published; 1.3 edition (January 15, 2010)
  • Publication Date: January 15, 2010
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0034XRSEQ
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By John R. Galloway Jr. on April 14, 2012
This is actually a review of the author of this book, not the book itself, which I would never pay to read. This review is based on reading his other works, his blog and his many entires on his web site where among other things he advertised this book. Montana is skillful at hiding his lies, but he tells them with great frequency. He makes his money by selling the book, and collecting VIP memberships from his website (dinarvets.com) to those that "believe". Those who post on his site the basic facts around the fiscal impossibility of a country revaluing their currency by 100,000% are quickly silenced. Just as a very easy example he regularly mentions that since the dinar was DEvalued overnight from its $3 value to less than 1/10 of a penny when Saddam was thrown out of power in 2003/2004 it can be REvalued back up to at least $0.10). This is of course a totally false picture of the history of the dinar which lost its value due to hyperinflation long before 2003. Check out reliable sources like the Central Bank Of Iraq at cbi.iq for the real story. Don't be taken in by this guy!
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I read the book. It is OK. 90% of the information could be found for free on google or "dinar websites". I would only recommend
the book to those with no internet access. The Iraq Dinar is not a scam, but could many years till it RVs. I bought Kuwait Dinar
many years ago when I was a contractor there. It went down to 5 cents Kuwait per $1 USD. I bought $2000 worth and forgot
about it. I did not even know it RV'ed till a year after it did. I did not make millions, but was able to pay for a new truck and pay for 4 years college for my son.
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By Adam on April 13, 2012
This guy is a complete fraud. He claims to be a Harvard grad, a licensed Series 65 investment adviser, and claims to have made money on the Kuwaiti RV. Absolutely none of this can be verified because Adam doesn't give out his real identity. His real name is James Wolf from Wisconsin, age 35, which would have made him 15 years old during the first Gulf War, and an absolute genius for having the wherewithal to purchase Kuwaiti Dinar at that age. Either that, or he's lying. I'll go with lying. Anyone who wants to know the truth about this hack can go to dinardouchebags.blogspot.com and learn pretty much everything you need to know about him. I know the name of the website leaves something to be desired, but once you read up on Adam and every other dinar idiot you will realize how appropriate the name really is. The are several posts about Adam Montana, but the posts you'll want to focus on are titled "The Montana Trail."
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This guy who claims to be a supposed Adam Montana is no expert on Iraqi Dinar. Several years now the Central Bank of Iraq had talked of redenominating their currency. On his website he tries to get people to buy this book and into his VIP junk! This book is a complete waste of money!! Do your own research on Iraq and Money Supply and you will know whatever this guy knows!!!
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The "real RV Intel" is that it's not going to RV. Contrary to what the pumpers making money off of this would have you believe, Iraq is a dirt poor third world country, torn by war with a single product economy based upon selling their only natural resource.
Around this a mythology has grown up that the few "in the know" are going to make millions when the Iraqi Dinar goes from less than a tenth of a cent to, according to some, over $12 per dollar. If you must, wait for a cold night and then take 30 dollar bills to your grill, then set them on fire and warm yourself to the flames.

A waste? Sure. But better value for you money than buying this book.
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Okay so first off this book gets 1 star from me strictly for the price point. Who sells an e-book for $30? To me if someone actually believes their book is well written and will be liked they would price it at an affordable price and make money off volume. Anyone who prices a book this high thinks they won't sell many copies and want to maximize profits on the few copies they sell. I notice this happens alot with subject matters or genres that there isn't a lot of information on people think htey can rape everyone on price b/c there's is the only book out there. I believe this was the first Dinar related book on Amazon so maybe that's why it's priced so high. There are other Dinar related titles on Amazon priced more like an ebook should be priced $2 to $10 I'd recommend checking those out instead.

I notice this book has a lot of negative reviews but seems none are based on the content of the acutal book but based on people hating the author of the book. I don't think this is fair to review the book based on how you feel about the author, I doubt any of these people have actually read the book.

Now getting to the actual book. Though I don't agree with teh authors stance or view on the Iraqi Dinar the book is fairly well written and covers a variety of topics. I feel like the entire thing is the authors theories and speculation about the Dinar very little is actually based on facts and many of the "facts" the author throws out there I know to be untrue. Most of this info can be found on various Dinar forums and is more hype than anything else in my opinion.

Seems all the info out there about the Dinar is either way to optimistic or way to pessimistic, I wish someone would write about a middle ground viewpoint.
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