Robert KiyosakiRobert Kiyosaki

Robert Kiyosaki, author of bestseller Rich Dad Poor Dad as well as 25 others financial guide books, has spent his career working as a financial educator, entrepreneur, successful investor, real estate mogul, and motivational speaker, all while running the Rich Dad Company.


Yes, I like It BETTER Than Real Estate

Interest is important in investing. You need to study investments hard to understand the ins and outs. You’re not going to make the time to follow and study it if you don’t love what you're putting your money in. I don’t mind price fluctuations because I love my assets. Here’s how I rank the main asset classes...

The Fed’s Worst Nightmare

One of the greatest losses to Americans has been the loss of the value of their money. That is why it is important to pay attention to inflation, interest rates, the price of gold, and government debt. It’s why I’m hanging on to my gold, silver, and Bitcoin.

Weak Men Create Hard Times — Profit From It

To understand what will happen in the future, it’s first necessary to understand the past. History is like a train. It’s propelled forward in a certain direction with a great deal of momentum. It can’t turn on a dime. If you can see where it’s coming from, and how quickly — then you will have a pretty good idea about where it is going. Here’s what’s coming next...

6 Tips to Turn Your Hobby Into Profit

One of the most frightening days of my life was the day I quit my job and officially became an entrepreneur. Not having a steady paycheck is terrifying. It’s this fear of not having a steady income that holds most people back from starting a business. Here’s what it takes to overcome it…

Why You Need Money to Live a Full Life

...My highly educated dad had a strong belief that the love of money was evil and that excessive profit meant you were greedy. My rich dad had a different point of view. He thought it foolish to spend your life working for money and to pretend that money isn't important. Here’s how to free yourself from that mindset…