by Jocelynn Smith
The Sovereign Investor
Stepping out of the airport after my nine-hour flight, I took a deep breath and smiled. It was like coming home.
I never expected another country to feel quite so familiar, relaxing and inviting.
I also couldn’t get much farther from my rolling, green Kentucky hills than standing in Montevideo, Uruguay. But this country is really starting to feel like home, and the timing couldn’t be better.
The United States is balanced on a precipice as we face another presidential election that has the potential to chart a new, darker course for our country, as well as mounting debt and a Fed that is bandying about ludicrous ideas such as negative interest rates.