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.


[Part 2] Wall Street Is Gambling with Your 401(k)

A giant stock-market crash is coming, but the market crash is not the problem. Predicting a market crash is not a big deal. All financial markets go up, and all financial markets come down. Market cycles are a part of life. The issue is that the next market crash will reveal big problems. The next crash will be especially hard because three generations have pushed a bigger problem forward—the problem of how people support themselves once their working days are over. That is an unprecedented problem that grows bigger every day.

Wall Street Is Gambling with Your 401(k) [Part 1]

During the 50s and 60s, my poor dad and my rich dad were savers. Saving money was safer than the stock market because, after the 1944 Bretton Woods Agreement, the U.S. dollar was backed by gold. The U.S. dollar became the reserve currency of the world, or “good as gold.” In 1971, Nixon put the final nail in the coffin of the gold standard. The dollar and all government money became debt. Gamblers took over the government casino. Debtors became winners and savers became losers. My poor dad continued to save. He did not change. My rich dad, on the other hand, did change. Because he had to.

Donald Trump’s Top 10 Rules for Success

Starting a business can be a rocky endeavor, with a lot of risk and instability. Yet, successful entrepreneurs are able to take chaos and make it into a thriving business that provides stability for many working families. Read on for the 10 rules for success that I learned from my friend and President of the United States, Donald Trump.

Are You DROWNING in Debt and Suffering from BAD Credit?

One of the reasons so few people attain great wealth is because, when people get into financial trouble, they do not know how to get out of trouble. No one has ever taught them the basics of how to diagnose the particular financial problem they may be in. As a result, although people may know they are in financial trouble, they do not know how to read a financial statement or how to keep accurate financial records, so they do not know how serious their financial problems are or how to fix them.

How to Survive the Main Street Crisis

The reason most people believe saving is smart and a 10 percent return in the stock market is worth it is simply due to a lack of financial education. Your best ROI is not a return on your investment, but a return on your information. This is why financial education is essential, especially for the uncertainty of the world ahead.