Rich Dad's Guide To Investing: What The Rich Invest In, That The Poor And Middle Class Do Not!
ISBN: 0446677469
EAN13: 9780446677462
Language: English
Pages: 403
Dimensions: 1.26" H x 8.74" L x 5.98" W
Weight: 1.1 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Guide to Investing

Investing means different things to different people. In fact, there are different investments for the rich, poor, and middle class. Rich Dad's Guide to Investing is a long-term guide for anyone who wants to become a rich investor and invest in what the rich invest in. As the title states, it is a 'guide' and offers no guarantees.only guidance. --Robert Kiyosaki

Rich Dad's Guide to Investing will reveal.

- Rich Dad's basic rules of investing
- How to reduce your investment risk
- Rich Dad's 10 Investor Controls
- How to convert your ordinary income into passive and portfolio income
- How you can be the ultimate investor
- How to turn your ideas into multimillion-dollar businesses
- How and why many people today will go bankrupt

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   Be ready to be challenged in your thinking about money and investing
This book has a lot of information that is applicable to today's markets, even though it is a bit dated. After reflecting on the information presented, I have had to rethink a number of long held ideas. The book and any written by the author are worth reading. Robert often repeats in his other books the information he feels very strongly about and wants to be sure we get it. 3% of people will change their thinking on money and investing.
 
5
   Having financial literacy really does make life easier
The book surpassed my expectations and I would like to thank Robert for his reverence in regards to financial literacy and Independence. His willingness to share this level of information is what I needed to change my life again, thank you Robert, I am forever indebted to you. Your comments and mindset are mentioned in my book Borne Revolution fight for humanity. Your books confirmed what I had thought all along. I plan to follow in your footsteps and wish you and your wife the best.
 
5
   Great Read . Points that have changed thinking.
The book made me think about life differently. There are a lot of great points on investing with deeper thought effect. If I can only come up with a great idea to start my own business to get me out of the rat race that I have been trained for 37 years to do, I might find the true path in the B quadrant. Poor dad taught his son that he would lock me into this road, and I have been taught the same things. The challenge is before me and I am open to it. Thank you Robert for the book. As my five year old gets older, I will be teaching her the cash flow game.
 
5
   It is a great read especially if you are a business owner
If you are concerned about your financial future, you should read anything written by Kiyosaki. If you are a business owner it is a great read. I recommend reading the Rich Dad Poor Dad and Cash flow quadrants first.
 
2
   Lacking meaningful content
It didn't go into detail about investments. It was a book about getting out of the rat race and making money for you. I would have rated higher if there was more concrete advice.
 
2
   Too much fluff
The book would' ve been better if it was an article. You get the impression that it was limited to a few pages to promote a board game and a book. The repetition of some pages seemed to be more about filling pages to sell as a book, even though I realize it's a teaching tool. There isn't enough good content to recommend it.
 
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