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.


The Truth About FDR and Hitler

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...

Market Euphoria: How to Avoid Losing Big

Despite a global pandemic, high unemployment, and shaky market fundamentals, the stock markets are still setting records. There’s no end in sight to this market euphoria. Most investors today think that the fun will continue. But to profit no matter what happens next, you need to resist the euphoria.

What Was Rich Dad’s No. 1 Lesson?

The greatest failures of the educational system is the failure to provide financial education to students. Educators seem to think love of money is the root of all evil. But the real evil is keeping working people in the dark about money. And the solution takes us back to rich dad’s first lesson...

The Choice I Made When I Was Homeless

My wife Kim and I were homeless for almost three weeks in 1985. We could easily have found jobs as employees, but we had made a choice. We chose to be rich — rich but homeless. That sounds contradictory, but it’s not. We chose to be financially and build businesses so we could become investors. Here’s my best advice for how you can do that...

How to Profit From Inflation

The government’s greatest fear is deflation, and the one way to combat deflation is to create inflation. And the one way to create inflation is by debt. So if the government is stoking inflation, what does that mean for your investments? Here’s what you need to know...