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.
the Reddit Warriors are individual investors who are most likely going to lose everything in a worthless stock because GameStop, as a company, uses an outdated business model with horrible fundamentals. I understand by buying these stocks the Reddit Warriors are trying to punish the hedge fund and teach Wall Street a lesson, but even if they take down this hedge fund, there are hundreds if not thousands more. Do they think they can take them all down?
Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and guest Bert Dohmen discuss mass manipulation in the stock market and the signal for higher inflation, but how this is a time you can make incredible amounts of money if you know “how to use risk control.”
When a currency is not tied to real money, governments are able to print more and more money out of thin air. This leads to inflation, the devaluing of the purchasing power of that currency. But rather than just hoping that our government will solve this crisis, it’s time we educate ourselves.
Like many people, I go from screw-up to screw-up and somehow do okay in between. The problem with life is that you do not know how good or bad a partner is until things get bad. The good news is that for every bad deal or partner I have had, I have always met a great partner as a result.
Many people who were counting on the consistent, long-term growth of these markets had a horrible realization that short-term market effects can devastate you financially if you’re not prepared to act. Many people who were ready to retire during the Great Recession were instead financially ruined after years of buying into the advice to build a diversified investment portfolio for the long term.
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The tricks to successful stock investments are to match your investing goals with the right investment strategies - and no, your investment goal can’t be simply to make money. I personally never wanted to be a stock investor. I don’t even consider myself a real estate guy. I invest for one thing only: cash flow.