People who invest in the Iraqi dinar now, before the currency is revalued, will be in a position to make a substantial profit.
As with any investment, there are no guarantees. But here is one big reason to be bullish on the Iraqi dinar.
The historic currency exchange rate back in the 1970s was:
$3.21 US dollar = 1 Iraqi dinar
This means that it took $3.21 just to buy a single dinar. Or, vice versa, you could trade just one dinar for $3.21.
If Iraq is given a chance at peace, and the economy is given a chance to rebound, then the historic exchange rates could normalize, thereby generating windfall profits for investors.
Here are a few possible scenarios for how to profit from the Iraq dinar.
How To Profit With The Iraqi Dinar – Scenario #1
Let’s say for example that in your personal vault sits about 1 million Iraqi dinars. Let’s also assume that Iraq’s economy is growing quickly and the exchange rate has rebounded to about HALF its 1970 levels…
If this were to happen, you’d instantly have a handsome profit of almost $1.6 million US dollars!
That’s right, you’d get more than one and a half million UNITED STATES dollars.
With the current political and economical instability, you can only expect things to be bad, but once the war is truly over (and all wars in human history do come to a grinding halt at some point), then expect things to take a turn for the positive.
How To Profit With The Iraqi Dinar – Scenario #2
Let’s say for example that you’ve got the same $1 million Iraqi dinars in your vault and for some miraculous reason Iraq’s economy begins to mimic Japan’s post-World-War-II economy.
And instead of 1970s exchange rates, it surpasses its old record so that now $4 US dollar = $1 Iraqi dinar. If this happens, you will have made $4 million dollars from a tiny initial investment of about $1,000 US Dollars.
How To Profit With The Iraqi Dinar – Scenario #3
Now, it is my personal belief that Iraq has seen its worst days behind it.
Explosions rocking the city center, power cut off from its citizens, Apache helicopters firing off rounds of ammo into buildings -– and who knows what other horrors this once cradle of civilization has seen.
Things can only get better from this point on.
So it all boils down to WHEN — not if — Iraq recovers.
And will you be prepared to profit when this happens?
Let’s say that the best Iraq can do is return back to its glory days of the 1970s –- that means you profit $3.2 million dollars from that small investment of $1,000US.
It’s a small risk with a potentially life-changing payoff.