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Robert 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.


New Cash Flow Opportunity: Offsetting Forces Will Keep This Emerging Market In Mediocrity

The Brazilian robust economy is slowing, partly for internal reasons and partly as the result of a pronounced global slowing due to trade wars, demographics and currency manipulation. Using the Rich Dad’s Weekly Cash Fow strategy, Robert and Jim have identified one emerging market ETF that will continue trading in a narrow range as offsetting forces in both economic and political areas make it a perfect candidate for our strategy.

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New Cash Flow Opportunity: A Calm Period For Trade Wars Keeps This ETF Trading Sideways

With the Fed’s uncertainty on what to do with U.S. interest rates and the recent truce in the U.S.-China trade war, a calm status quo is prevalent in emerging market funds. Using the Rich Dad’s Weekly Cash Fow strategy, Robert and Jim have identified one emerging market ETF that will exhibit low volatility in the coming months and trade sideways in the cash flow zone.

New Cash Flow Opportunity: Trade This ETF As Gold Spikes Into A New Comfort Zone

Monetary easing by the Fed has resulted in a weaker dollar, which means a higher dollar price for gold. At long last, gold has support from the market and the Fed at the same time. Using the Rich Dad’s Weekly Cash Flow strategy, Robert and Jim have identified one gold ETF that tracks the price of gold as we take advantage of its recent spike and settling in a new comfort zone.

New Cash Flow Opportunity: Tracking Volatility Keeps This Index In A Narrow Range

Most investors think of volatility as a bad sign and associate it with downward moves in stock prices. In reality, volatility is indifferent to direction and investors can benefit from up and down movements of a stock as a result. Using the Rich Dad’s Weekly Cash Flow strategy, Robert and Jim have identified one exchange traded note that has heavy exposure to the direction of volatility which keeps it in the cash flow zone.