EP 066: Christoph Heuermann – Free Private City Project in Honduras and Alternative Investments in Walnut Farms Overseas

Christoph Heuermann interviewed by Mikkel Thorup on The Expat Money Show

Free Private City Project in Honduras and Alternative Investments in Walnut Farms Overseas.

In this interview with Christoph Heuermann, we talk in detail about Libertarian concepts like his association with the Free Private City Project in Honduras; plus, alternative investments in Walnut farms overseas.

Christoph Heuermann has been to 140 countries as of this interview. That’s pretty impressive for sure, and along the way, he does his best to understand the culture and the way of life that each country offers.  When an alternative investment presents itself he has a better understanding of how the idea can play out.

 

Libertarian Concepts

So the theme for today’s interview with Christoph Heuermann was to look at alternative ways to make investments.  Most would consider these Libertarian concepts.  Things we were not taught in school, and not taught in University economic classes.  So where do you learn about these Libertarian concepts?   Great question for our listeners!

 

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Alternative Investments

“Alternative Investments are investments or funds that invest in asset classes other than stocks, bonds, and cash.  The term is a relatively loose one and includes tangible assets such as precious metals, arts, wine, antiques, coins, or stamps and some financial assets such as real estate”

Christoph Heuermann walks us through how he defines Alternative Investments and the risks involved.  Risks can be anything from the local government buying back the land you’ve purchased, or bad weather for agriculture.  Listen in to hear more!

 

Investing in Walnut Farms

Alternative Investments like investing in walnut farms may seem like an unusual concept, but as we listen to Christoph Heuermann talk in depth about how it all begins and how each year plays out, we can get a feel for why so many leave the traditional investments and look elsewhere for healthy returns.

Walnut Farm

 

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Free Private City Project

After listening to this podcast regarding Free Private City Project in Honduras, you may be asking for more.  If we could go back in time, even 50 years ago, and invest some money in Singapore or Hong Kong, would you do it?  Of course you would!  Free Private City Project could be just that; the twist will be the Libertarian concepts applied.  Take notes from this episode, lots to learn!

 

How to Reach Christoph Heuermann

www.tax-free.today

christoph.today personal blog

 

FINAL THOUGHTS

Fascinating interview with Christoph Heuermann from Tax-Free.today.  I’m certainly intrigued about the Libertarian concept of the Free Private City Project in Honduras.  I truly believe that this interview will help many of our subscribers see a brighter future.

 

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About The Host, Mikkel Thorup

Mikkel Thorup; the host of The Expat Money Show, has spent nearly 20 years in continual travel around the world, visiting more than 100 countries including Colombia, North Korea, Zimbabwe and Iran.

His goal now is to help Expats just like you to generate additional streams of income, eliminate your tax bill, and take advantage of offshore structures so you can travel the world freely and never have to worry about money again.


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