Exploit your offshore status to build a robust investment portfolio

Most of the world’s 200 million expats float in stormy seas. Few can contribute to their home country social programs. They’re often forced to fend for themselves when they retire. The Global Expatriate’s Guide to Investing is the world’s only book showing expats how to build wealth overseas with index funds. Written by bestselling author, Andrew Hallam, it’s a guide for everyone, no matter where they are from.

Warren Buffett says you should buy index funds. Nobel prize winners agree.

But dangers lurk. Financial advisors overseas can be hungry wolves. They don’t play by the same set of rules. They would rather earn whopping commissions than follow solid financial principles. The Global Expatriate’s Guide To Investing shows how to avoid these jokers. It explains how to find an honest financial advisor: one that invests with index funds instead of commission paying windfalls.

You don’t want an advisor? Fair enough. Hallam shows three cutting edge index fund strategies. He compares costs and services of different brokerages, whether in the U.S. or offshore. And he shows every nationality how to invest in the best products for them. Some people want stability. Some want strong growth. Others want a dash of both.

This book also answers the following questions:

How much money do I need to retire?

How much should I be saving each month?

What investments will give me both strong returns, and safety?

The Global Expatriate’s Guide To Investing also profiles real expats and their stories. It shows the mistakes and successes that they want others to learn from. It’s a humorous book. And it demonstrates how you can make the best of your hard-earned money.

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September 25th, 2017

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  • Amazon Customer says:

    Clear, Simple Investment Advice for Global Expats Working abroad as an expatriate opens up new horizons and opportunities but can also bring challenges too. High on the list of these can be how to manage ones finance,s and to invest wisely for the future. Many expatriates fall victim to predatory so-called “financial advisors” whose primary goal is to sell them complex, high-commission, financial products and, if possible, garner outrageous ongoing “advisory fees”. Many such schemes also lock investors into products from which…

  • Wayne Richmond says:

    The Ultimate Retirement DIY Financial well being is the one aspect of Life that is the most personal and consequential, so it is rather surprising that so many of us delegate the task to complete strangers. Many are Charlatans, most of the so called “experts” at the very least do not have our interests at heart, but even the few who do, cannot necessarily do the job any better than we could ourselves – in 1/10,000th of the time! It’s not too dissimilar from calling in an electrician to change your light bulb…

  • Anonymous says:

    This is a very helpful book on both pitfalls to avoid and things to invest in as a expatriate. Many of the tips here are expatriate specific, but they are extremely helpful at diversifying investments and dealing with policy and legal restrictions in your home country. It is also helpful on figuring out the kinds of savings you need to begin to invest. I huge help that this book provides is how to focus on Stock indexes and balance that out with bonds and gold holdings, and how to avoid many…

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