It is very nice -- and quite telling -- that Arthur is posting in the Observer, and it seems to be the only dinar page where he is doing it. His well-thought-out comments are always insightful.
To add a further comment on his dealer take, I would suggest that, yes, both Sterling and Dinar Corp are major sellers, (Dinar Corp had a great law-away program btw), but they were to be major buyers of the rv'd dinar. Here, imo, is where the Fed issue lies. Whether for security reasons or for "know-your-customer" compliance, the Feds saw -- as many of us did -- a possible under radar scenario with cashing-in with a dealer as opposed to a bank.
And, as Arthur suggests, the timing of the Fed actions is more telling than the action itself.