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.
Tesla is looking to grow its profits even more in 2021 since its investment in Bitcoin in February. Earlier this month, the U.S. electric carmaker disclosed in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing that it had bought $1.5 billion worth of Bitcoin. The world is ann ever changing place, and I predict other retailers will soon be following suit...
Today, we have an urgent replay you need to see. When we shared this episode last month, we got an amazing response. But today, the situation is critical. People of all ages—young and old—are in trouble because their ideas about money aren't just old, they're obsolete. Our guest is Robert’s #1 cryptocurrency advisor. He’s the reason Robert’s already made some serious money in cryptocurrencies… And he’s here to tell you about the underlying reason why crypto has taken off, what makes it work, and why big banks and big government fear it so much. But to find out what makes things even more urgent... watch.
Today, the cost of everything we want is cheap. Television sets, clothes, and toys are cheap. The cost of everything we need is expensive. Education, healthcare, housing, and food are expensive. The stage is set for the biggest crash in world history.
It's no secret that the average American isn't good with money. There is a great need for financial intelligence. The problem with most budgets is that they cater to the old rules of money, like save money, get out of debt, and live below your means. These simply don’t work anymore.
oday’s invisible economy presents a growing problem for governments because governments are by-products of the Industrial Age. The government is trying to collect taxes and define borders for the invisible economy of the Information Age. This problem for governments will grow if the invisible economy becomes too big, and the government cannot collect taxes...or define borders.
Today, technology goes from the unseen to the seen, and it is driving efficiency at a rate that is staggering. People don't realize it, and worse it's not measured in our economy. That technology causes prices to fall, and those falling prices are deflationary. Predictably, as technology has driven prices down, the Fed is printing money and trying to keep the prices going up. All that people see are housing prices rising, food costs going up. They don’t see technology’s efficiency, and it's only because we're manipulating markets...