Another of the enduring assumptions made by many of the nature of relocators is that they must be wealthy, especially those at the planning stage. Surely, many people with modest resources are interested (sometimes, you can almost hear them say “daydreamers”), but they wouldn’t … [Read more...] about Planning Relocation by Income Group
One of the most common assumptions about the background of relocators is that they are likely to be better-educated than Americans who do not choose to relocate. The assumption seems based on a belief that college-educated people are more likely to be aware of relocation … [Read more...] about Education and Relocation
Recent weeks have devoted a lot of attention to the “Occupy Wall Street” (OWS) demonstrations and others in the US and around the world. The attention is understandable and the anxiety and anger underlying the actions of the young adults who predominate are also understandable in … [Read more...] about OWS or LUS?
I have had the privilege of writing on several occasions for Barron’s, a highly respected financial journal published weekly by Dow Jones & Company, also publisher of the daily Wall Street Journal. As briefly mentioned in the text below, one of my earlier articles in 2007 … [Read more...] about The Great Escape – the Barron’s article