Millionaire Expat: How To Build Wealth Living Overseas
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, “Wise investment advice delivered with clarity and humor.”
When a publisher asks for a second edition, they usually want a 15 percent content addition or upgrade.
Like you, I’ve bought revised and second editions before. Some have an additional chapter. But second editions usually let me down. Typically, very little gets updated.
That’s why I didn’t want to disappoint anyone with this book’s edition. It represents a 40 percent upgrade. It isn’t just longer and cheaper (I love paperbacks!) it’s also updated, clearer and stuffed with new data, new stories and new academic support.
The portfolio models are clearer and it has a title that my publisher hopes is easier to remember… one that should make its way into many international airport bookstores.
Millionaire Expat will be available in paperback and Kindle versions.
It’s about 360 pages, describing the smartest investment strategies for expatriate investors. Just as important, it shows what kinds of investments to avoid.
It provides clear guidance for investors from many different regions: Europe (including Ireland), Great Britain, Canada, South Africa, South America, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and the United States.
It also answers the questions, “What if you don’t know where you want to retire?” and “Where could you retire if you don’t have a lot of money?”