For many people, the New Year’s Eve hangover had barely passed when the real headache of 2024 began to kick in…
First it was the Iowa caucuses, then this week’s New Hampshire primary, and now we’re barreling towards the South Carolina showdowns.
2024 has been dubbed the biggest election year in history by The Economist, The New Yorker, Forbes, Business Insider, and just about everyone else you could think of.
I’ve even seen it declared as “democracy’s biggest test”…
That’s a lot of pressure for a year that’s not even a month old.
And you don’t need a crystal ball to know that things are only going to get worse.
Depending on who your guy or gal is, you might be feeling pretty good right about now… or pretty darn desperate.
I’m feeling great.
I worked out a long time ago that there’s only one way to come out a winner when election time rolls around… and it has nothing to do with debates, opinion polls, or celebrity endorsements.
Heck, the candidates themselves don’t even matter.
Want to know who gets my number one vote every time?
Me. My family. Our future.
Simple as that.
That’s not to say I don’t care about my home country or what happens to it… But more to say that at this point in my life I’m smart enough to realize that I can’t control it.
I also know my energy is far better spent continuing to build a life and lifestyle that won’t be impacted by whoever happens to get the keys to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue for the next four years than it would be by arguing with my neighbor about what box they’re going to tick come Nov. 5.
Start Your New Life Today, Overseas
And whether you’re of a similar mind to me or if you’re someone already losing sleep about who’s going to have their finger on the button through 2028, my message to you is the same: diversify offshore.
I started my diversification journey more than 20 years ago and it’s seen me ride out one crisis after another. The stock market can go to hell, taxes can skyrocket, recessions can hit, house prices can plummet… and still I rest easy, safe in the knowledge that because of the actions I’ve taken, my wealth is protected.
It may be you think yours is too.
Most U.S. financial advisors recommend you keep a “diversified portfolio”… some stocks, a little gold or silver, an investment property, even a stash of cash. But all that really means is that you’re diversified in the U.S. If things go to the wall there, so does your portfolio, no matter what form it takes.
To fully protect yourself and your loved ones in the long-term, you need to take at least some of your assets offshore.
Diversifying at an international level means, come what may, you’ll never have to give up the quality of life you’ve come to enjoy.
Not only that but you could substantially increase your wealth over the next decade and beyond… and leave behind a tidy legacy for your loved ones.
That’s certainly my plan.
I’d urge you to make it yours too.
Remember, you can’t do anything about what happens in Washington.
But you can do something to protect yourself from it.
Editor, Simon Letter