The question is related to this one, but I am more interested in investments than savings.
Here's my situation. I'm in my 20s and I'm currently in the US, but a EU citizen; I have saved up a bit of money in the past few years (about my current income for ~6months). In the summer I am planning on relocating back to Europe (not 100% sure exactly where as of right now, still looking for jobs and researching). I should mention that I also have about the same amount of money saved up in a deposit in Europe, in Euros and the deposit will mature before I move so I have easy access to that money when I go there.
I have been thinking what the best thing to do is with the money that I have in the US. By my calculations, I could start investing it here safely (as far as my own expenses are concerned), but is that a good idea since I will be moving, quite probably permanently? I don't feel that location matters at all, but maybe I'm wrong? I was even considering investing all the money I have here in the US rather than moving it around which I feel would be quite costly.
So again, to clarify: I have no debt, I do have enough saved up for the foreseeable future and I believe I am quite ready to start investing the money I will continue to save up in the following months. The only concern I have is if I should be investing it in the US or wait until I know where I'm moving to, take my money with me and invest it there.
Thanks! Let me know if you want more details about this in the comments.