The Global Expatriate's Guide to Investing

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The Global Expatriate's Guide to Investing: From Millionaire Teacher to Millionaire Expat

The Global Expatriate's Guide to Investing is the world's only book showing expats on how to build wealth overseas with index funds. This book also explains how to find an honest financial advisor, one that invests with index funds instead of commission paying windfalls. Ultimately, The Global Expatriate's Guide to Investing shows the mistakes and successes that they want others to learn from and it demonstrates how you can make the best of your hard-earned money.

Praise for The Global Expatriate's Guide to Investing

"It is full of fascinating facts and gives unambiguous advice. The considerable knowledge and passion of the author make this an easy read. The advice is clear and is supported by evidence. The book is written with expatriates in mind, but there is wisdom here that applies to all. I recommend this book—it has clear advice and will make you smile."

— Ben Sherwood, Principal, Hillier Hopkins LLP

"Expatriates everywhere should thank Andrew Hallam for his clear, smart, and entertaining guide to financial freedom. His book is aimed at a growing and often overlooked group of people who are working outside of their home countries, often drawing big paychecks, but baffled by a maze of unfamiliar investing options."

— Ian McGugan, The Globe and Mail

"I have purchased a copy of this book for every member of my staff. It should be mandatory reading for any expatriate corporate or educational wellness program!"

— James Dalziel, Ed.D, Head of East Campus, United World College of South East Asia

"Peppered with common sense and plenty of humor, the Guide is a must-read for expatriates looking to do the right thing regarding their retirement funds. Andrew Hallam shows us the money."

— Paul Chmelik, Director, The American Embassy School, New Delhi, India

"Andrew Hallam has filled a void for all those navigating the treacherous waters of expatriate saving and investing. This should be the first book read by the Aussie exec in Hong Kong, the British teacher in Saudi Arabia, or the French engineer in Malaysia."

— William Bernstein, author, The Four Pillars of Investing and A Splendid Exchange