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Doug Casey's search for freedom in a world where freedom is becoming increasingly scarce.
The US government has consciously created a police state. Here's what comes next...
There’s no doubt the world has become a crazier place in the past couple of years. Unfortunately, it’s only going to get worse...
A crisis can actually lead to huge moneymaking opportunities...
Doug’s favorite place in the world does NOT have cultural conflicts, an immigration crisis, political correctness, or high prices. What it does have will surprise you…
When Doug found his favorite place, he decided to build a freedom-lover’s paradise there.
Most people have a health insurance policy, a life insurance policy, fire insurance, and car insurance… But do you have “freedom insurance”?
If ever there were to be a time that a Galt’s Gulch should be created by those seeking an escape from bureaucracy, it would be now.
Doug Casey on one of the only countries in the world heading in the right direction today.
When the banks have collapsed and the people are starving, the people will turn to whatever fairy tale is promised as a solution.
If you don’t get out now, you’ll regret it.
At this point, it was too late for compromises. It was an “off with their heads”-type moment.
With the election of a pro-market president, there’s a good chance that Argentina could make investors huge profits. Here's how...
This definitive sign of a currency collapse is easy to see…
It’s unfortunate people put their faith in politicians to somehow make everything better.
It's crucial to differentiate between lifestyle residency and legal residency, as well as the best countries to consider for both.
One the most self-destructive—but predictable—things a bankrupt government can do is impose capital controls.
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International Man senior editor Nick Giambruno is interviewed.
Worry less about what state your country is in now; focus on where it will be in two years, in five years, in ten years.
Those in Europe or North America may have noticed that governmental restrictions in their home country appear to be on the increase and that, in fact, the velocity of that increase is itself increasing.
For every door that closes, another opens. As the First World slides further into depression, we can expect that many smaller countries will provide expanding opportunities.
Put your future prosperity back in your hands and out of the hands of crooks.
Like individuals and businesses, countries are also at competition with one another to capture the constant migration of foreign capital and productive people. That's why the U.S. offers generous tax breaks for foreign investors. And why most Caribbean islands don't tax foreign income at all. And why Spain, Greece, and Latvia offer immediate residency to those who purchase a qualifying property.
In this article we’ll take a quick look at the current economic landscape in Argentina and see why business and property owners in Uruguay are nervous, while investors with cash wait to see what opportunities will arise from Argentina's next decennial default.
The Argentine boom/bust cycle is happening again, as it does nearly every decade. This time is no different, despite what Keynesian economists might say.
Of all the Latin American countries, guest correspondent and on-the-ground investor Darren Kaiser believes one country stands out as the clear winner when it comes to real estate investment potential: Chile. Today, he shares how he came to this conclusion as well as his thoughts on other local jurisdictions.
Today we feature a good news, bad news kind of story. On April 23, Uruguay agreed to formally end bank secrecy with respect to Argentine tax investigations. For those Argentinians used to storing (often undeclared) capital in Uruguayan banks, that's not welcome news. Not much better for Uruguay either - all the foreign capital that will flee to other, more private jurisdictions is virtually guaranteed to negatively affect the local economy. However, it could be great news for expats looking to spend time in Uruguay.
A phyle is a group of people that's self-defined by whatever values they share. A phyle is not limited by race or language or geography - or, most importantly, by borders on maps or other such fictions - although it could be, if its members chose to be so limited.
At its core, International Man is designed to be a community of like-minded people who come together and converse on all topics related to the internationalization process. One member is Steve Abramowicz, a Seattle-based wealth advisor to high net worth individuals across the United States. He has also internationalized himself and his family to a great degree.