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Finding buried junk silver
Learn from the Venezuelans
My thoughts on the Brexit
TransferWise for moving money abroad
George Schulz straightens me out
Defaulting on the national debt makes a surprising amount of sense
Amending your FBAR Form 114
Why not Panama as an asset haven?

Protect yourself from both inflation and deflation

Make sure you have a current, unexpired U.S. passport

Comments on the movie The Big Short
  • A financial Berlin wall is going up and you are on the wrong side of it
  • Advantages of U.S. real estate near international borders
  • All the other kids are doing it—many central banks weakening their own currencies to protect exports
  • Another Canadian banker
  • Another reason to store food
  • Approaching a hyperinflation cliff
  • Are U.S. foreign exchange trading accounts an adequate way to hedge against U.S. dollar inflation?
  • Argentina’s blu market for U.S. dollars
  • AUD and CAD now certified as reserve currencies
  • AUD, CAD, NZD, bitcoin
  • Australia now requires in-person visit to open bank account
  • Bankruptcy planning is wise especially if you do not expect to ever need it
  • Better to be a year early than a minute late in risk management—when protection is cheap and low risk
  • Bitcoin the app, not the money
  • Buy real nickels while you still can
  • Can you safely hedge USD inflation risk with foreign currency in an IRA?
  • Capital controls in Venezuela force people there to buy real estate
  • Cash management in anticipation of U.S. capital controls
  • Chase letter ending international wire transfers and transactions exceeding $50,000 a month
  • Checklist for taking refuge from USD hyperinflation in a foreign country
  • China is a mess
  • Clearing away the hysteria about the Cyprus insured deposits scare
  • Closing of USAA subscriber account
  • Coming to a bank near you: Europe-like financial troubles
  • Comments on David Wessel’s WSJ article ‘Why Dollar Is King Despite U.S. Woes’
  • Convert your annuities to hard assets
  • Converting U.S. dollar (USD) annuities into foreign currency lump sums
  • Cost of living in the foreign countries I recommend
  • Cost of traveling between U.S. and Canada
  • Cost-of-living adjustments in contracts and laws are woefully inadequate to protect you from inflation and hyperinflation
  • Countries that may protect against U.S. dollar inflation
  • Currency conversion during our trip to Australia and New Zealand
  • Currency conversion in Europe June 2015
  • Disadvantages of gold as an inflation hedge
  • Does hedging against hyperinflation make you a kook?
  • Is canned food no good after its ‘best by’ date?
  • It may be time to consider buying junk silver
  • Jason Zweig Wall Street Journal column saying gold is a pet rock

  • John T. Reed's Review of How to Retire Overseas by Kathleen Peddicord
  • JP Morgan Chase ban on keeping non-collectible cash in a safe deposit box
  • Paying your USD bills out of BMO in Canada
  • Renouncing U.S. citizenship
  • Review of the book Borderlands by Derek Lundy
  • Rules for criticizing my foreign currency recommendations
  • Should you move routine bill-paying USD cash abroad and pay those bills with USD checks or online payments?
  • Stocking up on milk as preparation for hyperinflation
  • Swiss francs in an outside-the-U.S. safe deposit box
  • Taking extended foreign vacations to escape U.S. hyperinflation
  • The benefits gold bugs ascribe to gold are more true of the U.S. nickel
  • The Charles Schwab bank ATM car and foreign currency withdrawals—from Facebook
  • The day the dollar dies
  • To see our future, look at Argentina
  • Tougher capital controls in China
  • Uruguay Residence Permit
  • Using 90-day tourist visas to take refuge from U.S. hyperinflation, Part 1
  • Using 90-day tourist visas to take refuge from US hyperinflation Part 2
  • Visit to Australia and New Zealand
  • When is it so bad that you must leave the country? And where do you go?
  • Why has ‘Quantitative Easing’ not yet caused inflation?
  • Will Chinese yuan become world's reserve currency?
  • You can avoid many U.S. regulations without leaving the U.S.
  • You don’t have to leave the U.S. to avoid many American local, county, state, and federal regulations
  • You should have about three years worth of food stored. How much does that cost? Not much.

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