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.
Students leave school looking for a high-paying job, only to fly into the web of capitalism... not because capitalism is evil, but because the educational system fails to prepare students for the real world. Without financial education, students are trained to be the victims of capitalism. Socialism isn’t the answer, it’s a twisted, self-fulfilling prophecy...
Too many think investing is simply throwing money at some hot deal and hoping to strike it rich, or just turning it over to a total stranger and hoping they return your money to you someday. Those people will be sorely disappointed… Unless they realize what sets educated investors apart.
Starting at a young age, I had already decided I wanted to be rich. I quickly learned that to become rich I had to be willing to feel insecure and uncomfortable. There isn’t a right or wrong decision. If you’re not willing to give up your comfort or security for the sake of being rich, there’s nothing wrong with that. But, if that’s true for you, it’ll determine what type of investor you ultimately become.
Millennials get branded as “entitled” or “spoiled.” In a lot of ways, they’re victims of unfulfilled promises and old ways of thinking and teaching from those from my generation. But that’s where the excuses have to stop. If millennials can learn and embrace these new rules and mindsets, they can change the course of the nation for the better.
I don’t let fear hold me back from personal achievement. But I am fearful for our country. The attitude that “the government should take care of me” is becoming more pervasive in our culture. Financial education gives us the power to solve our own financial problems rather than expect the government to solve our problems for us. Stop all the bailouts and handouts. It’s time we set people free...
Over the years, my love of silver coins has helped me understand the silver market. After five decades of learning, I'm quite certain that silver will soon emerge as not just a good investment, but a spectacular one — maybe even a once-in-a-lifetime investment.Here are the six reasons why.
Being told to save your money is lazy advice especially where “an economy where almost everything is built to take your money, saving it is of little value.”