The world has changed forever.
- Governments have expanded their reach over their citizens’ lives,
- Power is being consolidated by an elite few, and
- The world economy has become more volatile and unpredictable.
Meanwhile, the internet, a globalizing world economy, and the emergence of the developing world present opportunities to anyone willing to make simple changes to their life.
Geography is no longer a limitation for those willing to follow Andrew Henderson’s ‘Five Magic Words’ and “Go where you’re treated best.”
As the world’s most sought-after expert on offshore tax planning, second passports, and global citizenship – cited by the BBC, Bloomberg, Elite Daily and more – Andrew has condensed his last ten years of investigative world travel into an unprecedented book to help entrepreneurs and investors keep more of their own money, live where they want, become citizens of the world, and improve their lives and the planet.
Direct. Honest. Experienced. Unapologetic. Practical. Transparent. Even funny. The Nomad Capitalist will show you how to take his “E-K-G” formula to:
- ENHANCE your personal lifestyle,
- KEEP more of your money, and
- GROW your money by living, investing, banking, and doing business overseas.
From foreign companies to offshore accounts and from overseas investments to dual citizenship, you’ll find everything you need to know to begin a life of international proportions, storing gold in super-secret vaults, finding love in exotic locations, and improving everything from your health to your tax bill by simply “going where you’re treated best.”
It is no longer enough to be a digital nomad. Those who want complete freedom from the world’s broken systems must become Nomad Capitalists, learning to navigate the world system to reclaim their freedom and rediscover the possibilities of capitalism’s greatest promises.
Get the book to see how.
- I do not understand these 5 star reviews. I bought the book because I wanted more information than the the Nomad Capitalist (NC) website provided. The website is a tantalizing advertisement for Andrew’s services of developing a plan for his chosen few, to truly become a NCs. I gambled on the book having actual, useful information and sadly it does not. No websites to learn more, no information or means of prioritizing countries for different needs, no banking info – Just a useless regaling of vague stories about how he helped save some people a lot of money legally. Even his “Taking Action” chapter tells you to go fill out a form on his website to see if he can help you. Save your money or you can pay for a longer read of his advertising website.
- I won’t hit Andrew too hard with my honest review and impression but I expected more written substance. The book attempts to convince people to adapt a Nomad Capitalist mindset through the applying the flag theory – good job Andrew we are already sold, and get the picture. However, the book repeats too many stories and personal experiences of why “people should adapt a Nomad Capitalist mindset” – at this point 1/4 way into the book,Andrew sounds like a scratch record and comes off as a snake oil salesman “telling people the new magic tea bag will help you lose weight and have a perfect beach body in 30 days”….and here is what the book fails to achieve, (no methodology, no practical solution and case study – just conversations and blanket statements). The Nomad Capitalist is better off as a VLOG on YouTube – that’s where you will be treated best.
- A great mix of Andrew’s travels and business encounters around the world with on the ground insights on being a modern day “nomad capitalist”. I was pleasantly surprized with more realistic advice and down to earth explainations of the buzz words offshore and second passports. He keeps it real and also makes for a fun read along the way in what could be a pretty dry topic. Read it if you want to open your mind outside of your home country and think in the modern day global mindset.
- I think most of the negative reviews here are looking for one thing: a universal DIY step-by-step process on how to “Go where you’re treated best.” Well, you won’t find it here, simply because…that does not exist! What’s best for one person isn’t necessarily the best thing for EVERYONE in the world. And so it would be quite impossible to simply publish a course, or fill this book with detailed processes – just in case everyone who reads it decides that doing all that is his ONLY best option… And that would be far from the truth. Andrew Henderson revealed a lot about his personal strategy without getting too technical, because choosing his EXACT path isn’t going to be right for everyone. This book is so full of information, but only for those who are willing to expand their perspective. View the ideas and tips with critical thinking, and decide whether this path is for you or not, so you can take the necessary steps to get there in a manner that suits YOU. I’ve always been fascinated by offshore companies, coming from a bureaucratic, business-unfriendly country (see? I’m not a US citizen, and even I found this book amazing. It’s really all about perspective). This book has inspired me beyond the entrepreneurial aspect; the whole philosophy of going where you’re treated best should be embraced in all aspects of your LIFE. And if you just let that sink in for a moment, it will change how you think and feel and view the world and its opportunities. Read this book, then go be an entrepreneur about it: Make the strategies your own, figure even more things out along the way, and when you can – get a mentor to get where you’re going much faster.
- This book was very easy to read. There are a number of very concrete suggestions about what one might do to get started that I am very excited about myself. It is not a densely packed cook book on how to live a nomad capitalist lifestyle for every possible fact scenario but the anecdotes surrounding the concrete advice are paradigm changing; its the change in thinking that reading the author’s personal and consulting experiences that are the primary value add in my opinion.
The book does end in a solicitation of the author’s services but I never felt that the book’s substantive content was lacking enough to call the book a sales pitch. I am satisfied with what I got from it whether or not I seek the author’s services in the future.