Bill Schultheis on Millionaire Teacher
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“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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- Tito Jul 24, 10:08 PM
Andrew, could you give us an example of couch potato portfolio with ETFs listed only in Euros? My portfolio is the one you recommend for...
- Patrick Jul 24, 9:05 PM
Thanks for that Andrew. That and Interactive Brokers' platform looks super complicated vs say Saxo or TD. Unfortunately, like Lucy I'm in Indonesia so I'm...
- Andrew Hallam Jul 24, 8:51 PM
Patrick, Interactive Brokers might cost your heirs money, in U.S. estate taxes, considering that the money is actually held in the United States, regardless of...
- Patrick Jul 24, 8:21 PM
Hi Lakmin I was about to go ahead with Saxo but I'm a bit concerned about their 0.12% custody fee per annum or a min...
- Joseph Jul 24, 8:17 PM
Got it, thanks
- Andrew Hallam Jul 24, 7:21 PM
Hi Bradley, If your ETFs are not domiciled in the United States, your heirs will not pay U.S. estate taxes. None of the ETFs listed...
- Andrew Hallam Jul 24, 7:17 PM
Joseph, The currency that the ETF is listed in makes no difference. If you are paid in Euros, you would buy ETFs in Euros only...
- Bradley Jul 24, 5:57 PM
Hi Andrew, I have read your books and really enjoyed them and totally buy into the principle. I have managed to bat off the various...
- Joseph Jul 24, 3:19 PM
I was just wondering that if I'm paid in IDR, am British but have no intent on retiring to to the UK should I open...
- Andrew Hallam Jul 24, 4:40 AM
David, Don't invest less than $3000 in a single ETF. Invest in the global stock index first. When you save up more money, add an...
- Andrew Hallam Jul 24, 4:38 AM
David, Here's what you could do: 40% Australian bond index 20% Australian stock index 40% Global stock index: https://www.blackrock.com/au/individual/products/283117/ishares-core-msci-world-all-cap-etf-fund The global stock index is split...
- Andrew Hallam Jul 24, 4:34 AM
Joseph, As I outlined in this article, the currency with which your ETFs are listed makes no difference. Andrew
- Andrew Hallam Jul 24, 4:32 AM
Hi Charlie, There's a very important rule of thumb: Buy insurance for investing purposes. Buy investments for investment purposes. Never mix the two, or you...
- Andrew Hallam Jul 24, 4:28 AM
Nicollette, You won't have online access to the UK exchange with DBS Vickers. Instead, if you want to use a local brokerage, you could use...
- Nicollette Jul 24, 3:26 AM
Hi Andrew As a British expat in Singapore, would you recommend I use DBS Vickers or TD Direct international? What are the pros and cons...
- Charlie Jul 23, 11:00 PM
Hello Andrew, Firstly thank you for this very informative blog and for flushing out the hidden charges when investing with Zurich. I'm also very concerned...
- Joseph Jul 23, 6:39 PM
Hi Andrew What would be the currency you suggest opening an account in if I'm British, but work in Indonesia, am paid in Indonesian Rupiah...
- David in Vietnam Jul 23, 9:16 AM
Hi Andrew, I am about to invest for the first time in my newly created Saxo Trader account, and so was hoping to use the...
- Andrew Hallam Jul 23, 7:15 AM
Hi Ian, Thirty year returns would be similar. But consider the currency with which you will pay your future bills. If I were going to...
- Anthony Passalacqua Jul 23, 3:17 AM
Hey Andrew, Wow!!! What an awesome seminar at TPT! My name is Anthony! I went to all of your seminars in Orlando and sat in...
- Ian Wallace Jul 22, 11:36 PM
Also, do you recommend government or corporate bonds? Don't think I saw that mentioned in the book.
- Ian Wallace Jul 22, 11:33 PM
Thank you. I've decided to go with 3 funds...CLU, CIE, and a bond fund...I'm thinking about VIE (Canadian short term), but am wondering if I...
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