Ali Agha – Examining the Iraqi Dinar

Categories: Finance & Economics

While the collapses of countries, currencies, industries and businesses across the world ensue, people are looking at different ways to take advantage of opportunities. Some investors are looking at totally new directions that they have never looked at before. Others want to stick with just real estate and metals, or the traditional investment paradigm. Join us as we look under the hood of a quietly buzzing currency opportunity. While currencies inflate and deflate and go out of existence every 100 years, there’s one in particular that has the attention of some folks in congress, colonels, and speculators. It’s called the Iraqi Dinar.

While the Iraqi Dinar is an unsuspecting direction for an investment, particularly in a place that is war-torn and being rebuilt, it has the attention of many multinationals and other investors who see this country as an up-and-coming hub. We invite Ali Agha, the owner of Dinar Trade, to discuss the currency, the conditions of Iraq, and the forces that come to play in evaluating if this might be a worthy investment application.

6 comments… add one
  • max Oct 15, 2012 @ 14:33

    I have some from the Saddam era. It was illegal for us to take the new Dinar out of the country.

    • kimgreenhouse Oct 15, 2012 @ 16:42

      Apparently, that currency was retired.

  • Hank Heister Oct 15, 2012 @ 19:30

    The best interview that I have heard with Ali. I’ve been involved in the IQD since 2005 and look froward to Iraq flourishing. Thanks Kim

  • Artimus Walker Oct 16, 2012 @ 10:22

    Is it true that the dinar is 1.18 per US dollar but only inside Iraq??

  • Joe Oct 16, 2012 @ 14:18

    Best site to watch this dinar is at:

  • Baghdad Invest Jan 1, 2014 @ 9:34

    Great interview, enjoyed listening to it very much. Regards, Baghdad Invest

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