Best known as the author of Rich Dad Poor Dad—the #1 personal finance book of all time—Robert Kiyosaki has challenged and changed the way tens of millions of people around the world think about money. He is an entrepreneur, educator, and investor who believes that each of us has the power to makes changes in our lives, take control of our financial future, and live the rich life we deserve.

With perspectives on money and investing that often contradict conventional wisdom, Robert has earned an international reputation for straight talk, irreverence, and courage and has become a passionate and outspoken advocate for financial education.

Robert’s most recent books—Why the Rich Are Getting Richer and More Important Than Money—were published in the spring of this year to mark the 20th Anniversary of the 1997 release of Rich Dad Poor Dad. That book and its messages, viewed around the world as a classic in the personal finance arena, have stood the test of time. Why the Rich Are Getting Richer, released two decades after the international blockbuster bestseller Rich Dad Poor Dad, is positioned as Rich Dad Graduate School. Robert has also co-authored two books with Donald Trump, prior to his successful bid for the White House and election as President of the United States.

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    Your videos repeat the same story and same diagrams…where are the basic steps to solutions for people who want to invest in assets and move their IRAS (in a tax smart way) to other passive income assets? Otherwise this is very depressing. Thank you

  2. Partha Sarathi Mandal

    The funny thing about these people is that they always say they are concerned about the future of the millennials, and they want to help us by making these youtube videos to show us work around the real issues, instead of taking responsibilities and try to change the system. What they really care about is their money, nothing else!
    Horrible generation:(

  3. Ricaud Pierre

    why cant the government just create more money? its never going to pay the national debt anyways so just continue doing what has been done since 1975.

  4. Morg

    It was at the 3:11 minute mark that I realized the BB don't understand. We're not paying for your shit. We're not going to be using your money. We're going to be in sound, untraceable money. We're going to be in crypto. You all really need to look at money as a form of technology. Why was it developed? What function does it serve? Like anything else if a better more efficient technology comes along that solves the same problem as the existing one, then it's just a matter of time. It's just evolution. That big bill that Robert is talking about, when it comes due, is going to blow up the very currency it depends on. It's going to destroy the dollar. And those that are ahead of the curve will be nowhere near it. The fire escape has already been built, the BB have stacked the wood, and the current financial system is just waiting for a match. Good luck BB, your days, in every sense, are numbered. You better wake up and gain a very deep understanding of what the founding fathers were talking about when it came to the nature of money. You better take that piece of paper out of your pocket, that you know you need to survive, that you spend your entire life struggling to acquire and ask it, "What are you? How do you function? How did you function before? (and most importantly) How will you function in the future?" There are cycles of time that apply to humans, that are longer than a single generation. Look back to look forward. Apply the philosophies of old with the technologies of the future. If you have eyes to see and ears to hear, what is to come is painfully obvious.

  5. Bo Ro43

    about 500 -1000 for Robert the rest is malpractice ins. and paying for the huge amount of welfare and illegals who get everything free. My wife is a charge nurse, in her unit the bed is 20k for 5 days —-just the bed.

  6. Perfect Time

    My question is How does he get all the information so accurate? How can a normal citizen like we in general can get information like this?

  7. m mit

    I think that 65 is way too young to retire honestly, their still around 10 years of good solid working, plus 65 to 70 are usually the highest incomes years that you could be making more money and not have to dig at all in any of your retirement nest


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