Rich people know things the poor and middle class don’t. That’s why they’re rich! In Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing, Robert T. Kiyosaki tells you what the rich invest in that makes them richer while the poor and middle class struggle financially. He then shares his powerful insights on how to become a smarter investor—no matter what your income level may be. You’ll learn: -Why assets are more important than liabilities -How savings can actually make you poorer over time -What role debt should play in your financial life -Why real estate is one of the best investments anyone can make and much, much more!
For who is this book for ?
Everyone who wants to be smarter with their money, especially if you’re looking to get richer. This book will teach you what the rich know about investing that makes them successful while everyone else struggles.
- The book is well written and easy to understand.
- It provides a clear road map for investing that anyone can follow.
- The author has extensive personal experience with investments, which he shares throughout the book.
- It’s too dense and filled with financial jargon that makes it difficult to understand.
- The author is a self-professed “expert” on investing, but he may not be the best one to listen to.
- It doesn’t really offer any new or groundbreaking advice when it comes to money and finance.
Learn more about the author
Robert T. Kiyosaki is an entrepreneur, educator, and investor who believes that every person has the power to make changes in their lives to achieve greater wealth and happiness. He is author of New York Times best sellers Rich Dad Poor Dad, Cashflow Quadrantand two books in the Rich Dad series: Why We Want You To Be Rich and The Business School for People Who Like Helping Other People Succeed.
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