Your Financial Life in Hong Kong, Part 8: Exploring the Rest of Asia

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This is part 5 in my 8-part guide to your financial life in Hong Kong. It is mostly intended for foreigners living in or moving to Hong Kong looking to better understand “the system” and better manage their money both in and outside of Hong Kong.  Let me know if you have any questions. Hong […]

Your Financial Life in Hong Kong, Part 7: Owning a Hong Kong Company and Getting a Visa as an Entrepreneur or Investor

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This is part 5 in my 8-part guide to your financial life in Hong Kong. It is mostly intended for foreigners living in or moving to Hong Kong looking to better understand “the system” and better manage their money both in and outside of Hong Kong.  Let me know if you have any questions. Hong […]

Your Financial Life in Hong Kong, Part 6: Wills and Estate Planning

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This is part 5 in my 8-part guide to your financial life in Hong Kong. It is mostly intended for foreigners living in or moving to Hong Kong looking to better understand “the system” and better manage their money both in and outside of Hong Kong.  Let me know if you have any questions. Hong […]

Your Financial Life in Hong Kong, Part 5: Insurance

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This is part 5 in my 8-part guide to your financial life in Hong Kong. It is mostly intended for foreigners living in or moving to Hong Kong looking to better understand “the system” and better manage their money both in and outside of Hong Kong.  Let me know if you have any questions. Hong […]

Your Financial Life in Hong Kong, Part 4: Saving for Retirement and US College Education from Abroad

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This is part 4 in my 8-part guide to your financial life in Hong Kong. It is mostly intended for foreigners (especially US citizens or green card holders) living in or moving to Hong Kong looking to better understand “the system” and better manage their money both in and outside of Hong Kong.  This one […]

Your Financial Life in Hong Kong, Part 3: Getting Paid and Paying Taxes

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This is part 3 in my 8-part guide to your financial life in Hong Kong. It is mostly intended for foreigners (especially US citizens and green card holders) living in or moving to Hong Kong looking to better understand “the system” and better manage their money both in and outside of Hong Kong. Let me […]

Your Financial Life in Hong Kong, Part 2: Banking, Credit Cards & Transfers

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This is part 2 in my 8-part guide to your financial life in Hong Kong. It is mostly intended for foreigners (especially US citizens or green card holders) living in or moving to Hong Kong looking to better understand “the system” and better manage their money both in and outside of Hong Kong. Let me […]

Your Financial Life in Hong Kong, Part 1: Housing and Schooling

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This is part 1 in my 8-part guide to your financial life in Hong Kong. It is mostly intended for foreigners living in or moving to Hong Kong looking to better understand “the system” and better manage their money both in and outside of Hong Kong. Let me know if you have any questions. One […]

40 Largest Aerospace & Defense Stocks by Market Cap 2017

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Below is a list of 40 of the largest listed aerospace & defense companies as of January 2017, alongside Boeing and Airbus.  As the biggest of these are American, I use the American spelling “defense” rather than the British spelling “defence”. Like many late cold war kids, I was fascinated by supersonic military aircraft as […]

Reference List: 400 Largest Listed Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) 2017

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This is one of the longest of my sector stock lists, but rightfully so as real estate investment trusts (REITs) are an important asset class for investors to easily and inexpensively access a global portfolio of income-producing real estate.  Not all REITs are created equal, and we screen this list of 400 every quarter to […]