Dinar Guru is a term that came to existence around the year 2011. Obviously, there is a dinar guru website (dinarguru.com) that popped up around that same time, however, this post in not just about one website, or just one guru as there have been a large number of gurus, or so called experts on the Iraqi Dinar currency.
Let’s discuss the term guru first:
In Hinduism and Tibetan Buddhism, the term guru means a personal spiritual teacher. Obviously, dinar investors are probably more Christian than Buddhist.
The other time it’s used is to describe any one of about ten successive spiritual teachers, these were the ones who developed Sikhism which occurred sometime between the 16th and 18th centuries. Again, still the Buddhist theme.
Other uses include a trusted counselor and adviser as well as a mentor. Now we are getting somewhere, a guru can be someone that a person expects to have some, if not most, of the answers.
Finally we come to this meaning: A popular or influential leader or advocate, as of a movement or idea. Think about when you hear the term “Dinar Guru” what comes to mind? Is it TNT Tony or his brother RayRen98? Is it Wangdang or Frank26? Obviously, there are far too many gurus to mention here on this article, but here is my definition of guru as it related to the Iraqi Dinar:
- An individual who promotes the Iraqi Dinar currency – This person often gets paid a flat rate such as TerryK from the Get Team
- An individual who promotes real or fake news on the Iraqi Dinar – Think Mountain Goat or Mnt Goat as someone without a face, who’s sole job it is to lie and bring people to the Dinar Recaps website and encourage ad clicks.
- An individual who promotes trusts or other packages such as Wealth Retention Seminars – Think RayRen98
Essentially that is it. Dinar Gurus are liars most of the time, and whoever lies the best wins in this game. Tell the truth like I have done and you lose visitors to your website. It’s fine with me as I’m not trying to get rich off of providing fake dinar news, I just want people to wake up.
Here are a few screenshots from early 2011 when the whole guru thing started, I hope you will share these pictures.
2011 Dinar Guru Predictions
Source of these images is the dinarguru.com website archives
Here is an older video showing how none of the gurus were able to accurately predict a move by the Central Bank of Iraq to remove the 50 dinars from circulation. What happened to their contacts?
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