This thought-provoking guest post is by Andrew Henderson, the author of Nomad Capitalist. Even when you have discovered the freedom of expat life, chances are that you will still need to process the transition. It can feel a bit like a home-country detox. This is more than just dealing with cultural shock. In many cases, […]

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What caught my eye this week. There was something (else) notable about the first TV interview with the three lads from Manchester who restrained a knife-wielder run amok in Sydney earlier this week. In the initial broadcast, I noticed two were wearing Apple Airpods whilst talking to the camera. I thought this pretty striking. The […]

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The standard story is that when equities collapse we should be saved by our bonds. Like a financial Clark Kent, this hitherto unassuming asset class takes off its glasses, reveals its cape, and soars above the chaos, lancing losses with laser beam glances. The so-called flight to quality – when capital deserts risky equities to […]

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One of my occasional forays into the cruel and unusual punishment of Brexit. Not your cup of tea? Feel free to skip to the money links below. Will August 2019 be remembered as the moment the Brexit brown stuff hit the fan? It’s a brave call – what with the three-year pantomime already resembling a […]

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