This book is a must read not only for bikers. After retiring
early with money he made at Wallstreet, Jim traveled with his friend
Tabitha around the world on their bikes for more than a year.
Jim describes the adventures with various forms of goverments,
some wildly corrupt, and analyses the economic and cultural situation
of each country in order to find out whether investing in their stock market
might be profitable. The reader learns how to find out whether
a particular country is in an economic downward or upward trend.
Jim started again to tour the world in 1999 to study the
state of the world at the end of the millenium and whether
some situations improved since his last visit. This time Jim and Paige
use a Mercedes sports-car instead of BMW-motorbikes.
Their adventures can be followed on-line
(This time, there is text, photos, sound, and video.
Adventure Capitalist: The Ultimate Road Trip
about his journey.