The Expatriate’s Guide To Investing
I’m 30,000 words into my next book, The Expatriate’s Guide To Investing.
At roughly 75,000 words, it’s going to be the same size as Malcolm Gladwell’s Outliers.
It deals a lot with planning how much money expatriates will need, and gives very specific, step by step instructions (with big fat pictures and arrows) explaining how Americans, Australians, Brits, New Zealanders, Europeans, Canadians, South Americans and Chinese expats can open global accounts and manage them.
It also shows how to invest utilizing three separate indexing platforms: couch potato investing, fundamental indexing, and Harry Browne’s Permanent Portfolio strategy–with custom twists to serve different nationalities.
It profiles dozens of real expatriates as they explain their successes, goals and failures in the world of stock and real estate investing. There are roughly 250 million expats worldwide.
I want to thank everyone who’s supporting this project with their personal stories, dreams, defeats and successes.
Your contributions are making this the most readable personal finance book in the world. Together, we’re going to help plenty of people.
Thanks! The book should hit stores (and Amazon) by September 2015.
If anyone can come up with a catchy subtitle, I’m all ears!