Category: Adam Montana

Adam Montana

One quick clarification – earlier this week I said PM Abadi was in Saudi Arabia on business. Obviously this was … Read More

Adam Montana

On the list of items “coming up soon” is Ramadan. This is a big part of the timing… we’re either … Read More



Adam Montana

There was a bit of suspense regarding Iraqi Parliamentary activity today. The Financial Management aspect was pushed off, but I … Read More

Adam Montana

[Do you see the passing of the 2019 budget with the old rate in it as significant? Do you think … Read More



Adam Montana

If you’ve kept up with my recent posts, you know I’m excited about oil…We finished the week still above $60 … Read More

Adam Montana

Just a quick note this morning, because I’m bubbling with excitement over the recent progress and feel compelled to get … Read More



Adam Montana

We’re currently in the midst of some significant happenings right now. It’s almost coming too fast to keep on top … Read More

Adam Montana

I’ve been saying for a couple of months now that oil to ~$60 was what I want to see. This … Read More



Adam Montana

Oil saw a nice upward spike yesterday. We’re not quite to $60, but the trend is still positive. I expect … Read More

Adam Montana

This has been an interesting week in the markets, but not so much for Dinar when it comes to actual … Read More



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[Why must they pass the HCL law before there can be a revaluation of the dinar?] HCL is Read More

Adam Montana

I’d say things are still pointed the right direction. OIL took a tiny step backwards, but still tracking for a … Read More



Adam Montana

Article: “Iraqi PM aide: State of Erbil-Baghdad ties ‘never better’” Baghdad and the Kurds getting along is something … Read More

Adam Montana

I spend hours every day researching and communicating with my people on the Iraqi Dinar, international business, asset protection, etc…There … Read More



Adam Montana

The RV train is still chugging along, with nothing but positive steam powering these updates…suffice it to say that we’re … Read More