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mistatee2000

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  1. Intermex seem happy with their structure for Mexico, so why rock the boat? is what they are saying in public, however, should financial pressures change, then who knows? In the mean time look for new opportunities to add to the business portfolio. A classical, safe approach, but not very dynamic.
  2. There you have me. You are correct. It was the BG interview out today
  3. Today's scheduled results announcement by Moneygram for the 4th qtr 2019 may shed some light on how things are developing with ODL, however, I think that it is going to be the the first quarter 2020 that will shed more light on the real progress.
  4. Only my memory now. The reason I recall it well, is that back in late 2017/early 2018 I thought surely not that long before it reaches $10, however, David was also quoted as saying that the price wouldn't go above $20. I would still take either price in the next 5 years.
  5. I don't think anyone knows really. In 2017, David Schwartz thought that XRP could be worth $10 by 2020, maybe. That was just a guess from a key figure. Nobody will judge him on it, but no one can accurately predict this market either, especially not in 2 to 3 years.
  6. I think Geoffrey Tucker knows what he is talking about and gently debunks the notion that with a Ripple IPO that XRP will go to zero. Smart guy
  7. And without clarity, who would invest unless at a ridiculously low price...unless Ripple know something we don't of course
  8. How can a company like Ripple have an IPO when a large part of their valuation is in XRP escrow and the DA does not have clarification on whether it is a commodity or a security. I would not know where to start. You could try using current market valuations of $0.22 for XRP, but where would that valuation be if tomorrow it is classified one way or another. If in the unlikely event it was to be classified as a security, anyone buying Ripple shares would have just bought in to a "dog". As usual too many high risks for Ripple unless you value the company without the XRP. If Ripple go for an IPO they must be really certain of a near future classification, either way.
  9. In this case I hope that you are wrong. In my mind it would show that they are not expecting any more growth with other key money transfer companies as total vertical integration like this would cause significant conflicts of interest. I'm not sure what extra benefit would be derived by such a merger, though if there are huge benefits which I can't see, then happy to be proved wrong.
  10. Let's see how this is welcomed or otherwise. Interesting that they are doing this rather than selling XRP - a very clear change of tactic. A gamble maybe, but I maxed out this time.
  11. Very much worth watching for anyone who is invested or looking to invest in XRP
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