Nomad Capitalist Report
Airdate: September 21, 2013

Topics discussed: Entrepreneur regulation, US housing bubble, perpetual travel

Guests:
0:00 Andrew talks about life in Cambodia and the Cambodian second passport. Then, he discusses California’s new ride-sharing regulations and why the state’s crony capitalism means you should NEVER do business there. Learn a lesson from Andrew’s youthful indiscretion of doing business in the People’s Republic of California and avoid the high taxes and mafia mentality of the state government.

15:17 Liberty advocate Fabian Calvo talks about US government dollar debasement policies, the US housing bubble, and how to successfully invest in real estate in these turbulent times. Plus, should you consider foreign real estate?

29:50 Alex from Alex in Wanderland discusses her life as a young perpetual traveler who has lived and worked overseas. She talks about her favorite places to run a location independent business as well as positive and negative experiences in Vietnam, Thailand, and Indonesia. Plus, she answers the question many new traveling business owners ask: why bother going if I have to work all day?

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Andrew Henderson

Andrew Henderson

Andrew Henderson is the world's most sought-after consultant on legal offshore tax reduction, investment immigration, and global citizenship. He works exclusively with six- and seven-figure entrepreneurs and investors who want to "go where they're treated best". He has been researching and actually doing this stuff personally since 2007.
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