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Ecuador Wet Weather and Drought

Ecuador goes through periods of rain and drought, but we can look at Ecuador’s weather for more, even clues about the Western U.S. droughts. The chart from NOA above shows changes in the Oceanic Niño Index (ONI) (1).  You can see a complex scientific explanation of what this means but in simple terms red represents […]

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If you move to Ecuador be sure not to invest more than you need to spend in Ecuador and diversify your savings out of Ecuador’s currency, the US dollar. We’ll review and update a breakout portfolio at our upcoming investing course in Montreal.   This is a portfolio of seven shares we have reviewed at our […]

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Llanganates Ecuador Property for Sale

Paid Advertisement Own 10.65 acres in the Llanganates National Park Click on images to enlarge Own your own hilltop on the edge of the Cordillera de los Llanganates National Park in the heart of Ecuador’s Andes Mountains, about 115 miles south of Quito, with breathtaking views of the surrounding valleys and mountains. The red outline […]

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The rules for health and wealth are strikingly similar.  Ecuador shamans teach that health and wealth are connected.  This is confirmed by a New York Times article entitled “So Your 401(k) Is Healthy.  So Maybe You Are, Too.” (1) 64 reasons why health, wealth and music are connected. In music, the standard piano has 88 […]

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The Joy of Labor

Welcome to September and the Labor Day weekend.  This is a big holiday weekend in the USA. Guest barn and delegate parking at our Writer’s Camp. A reader sent this note last week: I have to tell you, your and Merri’s writings are so inspirational.   Just by reading it I get so many ideas! I […]

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