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Using The Investment Centre’s Funds For Your 401(k) And Portfolio Options For Non-American Teachers

  Picking funds for a 401(k) might seem like tricky work.    But if we combine The Investment Centre’s fund selections with statistical probabilities and behavioral science, the selections are much easier.   This article offers suggestions for Americans and...

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Millionaire Expat: How To Build Wealth Living Overseas

Millionaire Expat: How To Build Wealth Living Overseas gets published mid-December 2017.    This is the second edition of my book, The Global Expatriate’s Guide To Investing (Wiley 2015).  Princeton’s legendary economics professor (Burton Malkiel) says this second edition is,...

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International Teachers: How To Best Use Raymond James

  International Teachers: How To Best Use Raymond James   Raymond James is a publicly traded company. Their international financial advisors aren’t fiduciaries. Advisors who hold to a fiduciary standard put their clients’ interests ahead of their personal interest. As...

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Calling Fee-Based Financial Advisors

I want to profile (and encourage business for) financial advisors acting as true fiduciaries to their clients. It’s extremely profitable for advisors to sell variable annuity products or actively managed mutual funds with sales commissions or deferred sales loads. But...

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Most Expatriate Investors Lose To A Box Of Cornflakes

Most Expatriate Investors Lose To A Box Of Cornflakes By Andrew Hallam Originally published by AES International     Imagine this. Ten years ago, you invested £10,000.  Today, it’s worth £12,500.  Did you make money?  It seems like a silly...

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