Bill Schultheis on Millionaire Teacher
by andrew hallam · Published · Updated
“Millionaire Teacher is an enormously thoughtful gem of an investment book that every serious investor should read, study and learn from. This wise and witty book gives the reader a fresh perspective on the simple concepts needed to sustain financial freedom. Most of all, it is delivered with a genuine simplicity that will capture the reader’s attention from the first page and hold it to the end”
Bill Schultheis, Author of The New CoffeeHouse Investor, CFP Soundmark Wealth Management
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- Sep 24, 11:33 PM
Andrew, These investment firms for international expats sound usurious! I mean, who takes 4% fees these days?!! At a time when we are optimizing portfolio...
- Ben Sep 24, 11:03 PM
I've been with Interactive Brokers for almost a year and its been wonderful. Learning their trading platform isn't hard if you watch the tutorial and...
- Kajorn Sep 24, 5:47 PM
THAILAND PP Hello Andrew know you are busy please could you suggest on my earlier post i would really welcome your or other index investor...
- Karl Wilcox Sep 24, 5:07 PM
Hi Andrew In Millionaire Teacher you talk about the epiphany that you had when you met the mechanic who told you about compound interest and...
- Andrew Hallam Sep 24, 4:44 AM
I recommend a short term bond market index, something like VSB. It will beat inflation over time, no matter what happens to bond prices because...
- Conservative Investor Sep 24, 1:33 AM
Andrew, I read Millionaire teacher in 2012 and was hooked. It made sense to me on every level. I immediately switched to a 60/40 equity/bond...
- Rob Sep 23, 7:03 PM
I am a British expat in Dubai and am definitely only looking at passive investments so in this case index funds. Thanks very much
- Rob Sep 23, 3:55 PM
Oh and that would be 1 ETF per transaction in order to reduce costs??
- Andrew Hallam Sep 23, 2:51 PM
Hi Rob, Which mutual funds are you referring to? What's your nationality? The answer depends on these two factors. Even an index mutual fund will...
- Rob Sep 23, 2:50 PM
Great, thank you. Just difficult to judge how much you need to invest so the fees don't have a to much of a negative impact.
- Rob Sep 23, 2:44 PM
Hi Andrew, where would say the cut off would be to make it more cost effective to place regular savings into the mutual fund rather...
- Andrew Hallam Sep 23, 2:01 PM
Hi JT, I believe that my latest article will answer your question. You can contact either Robert Wasilewski or Mark Zoril. Here's that post: https://assetbuilder.com/knowledge-center/articles/interactive-brokers-allows-us-expats-to-invest-with-index-funds...
- Andrew Hallam Sep 23, 1:58 PM
Hi Mark, Most investors don't do well because they look for how a "policy de jour" or a "current political climate" will affect stocks or...
- Mark Sep 23, 1:25 PM
Hi Andrew, thank for the great book "The Global Expats" I just wish I had read it a few years ago when you released your...
- JT Sep 23, 12:02 PM
Hi Andrew, After reading your book (loved it BTW) I attempted to open a Schwab account, but do not qualify. I am in the process...
- Andrew Hallam Sep 23, 12:47 AM
Cary, Raymond James will let you build a portfolio of index funds. They'll charge you 1% to do it. They promised me they could do...
- Jonathon Sep 23, 12:24 AM
Thank you all for responding, I will definitely get my hands on Andrews book and I'll hopefully become a successful investor.
- Kajorn (Mai) Sep 22, 11:22 PM
Thailand National- Permanent Portfolio Hello Andrew I cannit find a portfolio for Thai, so looked at the Indonesia PP. I have some high cost mutual...
- Cary Hart Sep 22, 10:32 PM
Thank you Andrew. I am American and those three were our only choice. I know that it is preferred to not use any of them...
- Andrew Hallam Sep 22, 1:56 PM
Hi Rob, Investing 1,500 pounds every third month would certainly be worthwhile with TD Direct International. Cheers, Andrew
- Rob Sep 22, 1:02 PM
Hi Andrew I am just about to get your books (taking a while to clear Dubai customs) and I would like to check your thoughts...
- Savara Sep 21, 7:03 PM
Surrender value = Bonus amount * 8.25% (approximately) * Total policy years (* means multiplication) I made the above formula from my account details with...
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