I'm a US/UK dual citizen and I'll be retiring to the UK in the next couple of years. All my investments are in a mix of US index funds (I'm a Boglehead).
I'm worried about the dollar crashing and being stuck with US dollar denominated funds and spending Euros and GB pounds. So I'd like to get my
investments into stuff that's bought with pounds and Euros. However, draconian US tax laws mean that it's a very bad idea to invest in UK based mutual funds. So what are my options?
Would investing in VEURX insulate me form dollar fluctuations? Does anyone know of a US based fund that tracks the FTSE all share index. For my fixed income is there a US based fund that invests in UK Gilts? I suppose I could buy these directly though through the UK Government's National Savings or just do the UK equivalent of a CD ladder.