New EZ Ecuador Visa

This week Dr. Andres Cordova shares details about a new Ecuador visa. Dr. Andres Cordova EASY ECUADOR VISAS As Ecuador continues to welcome expats, snowbirds, digital nomads and travelers, obtaining an Ecuadorian visa has never been easier. The rentier visa (visa de...

Purchasing Power Crunch

There has been a relentless chipping away at our purchasing power for a decade now.  We can even argue it’s been silently taking slivers out of our wealth for 20 years. The roots of the current inflation, even stagflation, has been growing and we can see daily...

Panama’s Weather & Seasons

This week, our friend in Panama, Jackie Lange, shares a conference call about Panama’s Weather and Seasons Panama in January Jackie wrote: Because Panama is only 9 degrees from the equator, the temperatures are consistent all year. July weather is the same as January...

Complexity Made Simple

How do we cope with the complexity of change in today’s fast paced world? One answer is to see a bigger picture and rely more on intuition.  This however can be hard because we are blinded by the tyranny of reason. The first book I wrote in the 1970s was...

Resilience From the Past

Resilience is armor against the changes in life that can wear us out.   Life is never ending change so we need ever lasting qualities that help us continually adapt and progress rather than to be beaten down.  There are numerous factors of resilience and because today...

Developed Vs. Emerging Markets

Developed markets have offered a better value than emerging markets this last month. The first big profit idea I was fortunate to stumble across and privileged to share with my readers more than 50 years ago, was to invest in Hong Kong shares. The secret to that...