Category: The Kingdom of Thailand

We all know why it’s good to become a foreign exchange trader, even on a part-time basis. Not only do you have full flexibility when it comes to working (you own your time), you also have huge potential profits from the trade. more

We can’t talk enough about Thailand. The country is more than just a nation you can fly to for your holidays. You can come here and live among the locals, and do business with them. more

It has been discussed in a previous article that a career in foreign exchange trading can be fruitful if you know what it is you’ve entered.  more

One good thing about being an investor is that there are so many options to look at. more

Three years ago, the immigration authorities in Thailand instituted a crackdown that set foreign expats both already living in the Kingdom and those who are thinking of moving to the country for reasons outside of tourism. more

Condominiums are some of the investments that you should ideally be making in Thailand. You do, however, have to do your due diligence and see if these residential units are really worth the money that you’ll be investing in.  more

For almost three years now, crackdowns on foreigners holding immigrant and non-immigrant visas in Thailand have been commonplace. As a result, some foreign nationals are now reluctant to go to Thailand in fear that these crackdowns might send them back home. more

It take a lot of processes to get to Thailand as a foreign expatriate. Trust me, it’s worth it when you’re finally living in Thailand legally. Whatever your purpose is, you’ll surely have fun and learn something new when you’re in Thailand. more

Both expert investors and neophytes alike are taught that knowing their risk appetite is the very first step to success in the investment landscape. Question now is – how does one determine their own risk appetite? more

Being blacklisted is something that one should be keen about avoiding, especially when you’re a foreigner. When you’re blacklisted, you’re effectively barred from entering the country whose immigration authorities have marked you.

This means that, when you’re blacklisted in Thailand, you cannot visit that country anymore as long as the blacklist is still in place. It could be lifted in a few years or so, but you would’ve lost the opportunity to visit the Kingdom during the blacklist period. more