Category Archives: migration/relocation

You can’t build a successful community without a middle class

First it was Thomas Piketty with his call for a global wealth tax. Now it’s Oxfam with a 7-point program that is as unlikely to be adopted as Piketty’s global tax. A socialist approach (it would have to be government-mandated … Continue reading

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Beyond the Glitter – Living and Working Overseas

We all have seen them. Stories, typically of young people, out to travel around the world on only a few dollars. Stories about couples who set up a bed and breakfast in Thailand or another exotic location. Stories about a … Continue reading

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The Good, the Bad, and the (Really) Revolutionary

I have three “trends” or situations I would like to raise and discuss briefly today. They are not inter-related in any direct sense, are of relevance to different people, and have very different consequences, so each should be considered separately. … Continue reading

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Decouple Yourself in the New Third World

In times past, I have discussed the subject of “decoupling” in reference to economies and financial markets. I want to discuss decoupling again, but in a very different context. I want to encourage you to consider “decoupling” your life, at … Continue reading

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Relocation overseas – Tip #1

Last week, I wrote about the relocation (often called “emigration”) of Americans to other nations, not as short-term tourists, but as residents. I did not focus that essay on the general public, but on those who already have an interest … Continue reading

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Hit the Road, Jack!

Do yourself and your home nation, wherever that may be, a big favor. Leave! Pack up and head out. Move to another nation. Live and work there for at least a few years, but get a move on! I have … Continue reading

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Long Time, No Write

It has been a very, very long time since my last post, and I apologize for that. It’s been crazy busy here, but I do have something new to share and more to come. The “more to come” is another … Continue reading

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The Globalization of Americans

I have a small piece of proprietary data to share with subscribers today. It won’t be published on those sites that usually republish my posts. It’s small, but it is a hint of more to come. As many of you … Continue reading

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