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It has since become the #1 Personal Finance book of all time... translated into dozens of languages and sold around the world.
Rich Dad Poor Dad is Robert's story of growing up with two dads his real father and the father of his best friend, his rich dad and the ways in which both men shaped his thoughts about money and investing. The book explodes the myth that you need to earn a high income to be rich and explains the difference between working for money and having your money work for you.
20 Years... 20/20 Hindsight
In the 20th Anniversary Edition of this classic, Robert offers an update on what we’ve seen over the past 20 years related to money, investing, and the global economy. Sidebars throughout the book will take readers fast forward” from 1997 to today as Robert assesses how the principles taught by his rich dad have stood the test of time.
In many ways, the messages of Rich Dad Poor Dad, messages that were criticized and challenged two decades ago, are more meaningful, relevant and important today than they were 20 years ago.
As always, readers can expect that Robert will be candid, insightful... and continue to rock more than a few boats in his retrospective.
Will there be a few surprises? Count on it.
Rich Dad Poor Dad...
Explodes the myth that you need to earn a high income to become rich
Challenges the belief that your house is an asset
Shows parents why they can't rely on the school system to teach their kids about money
Defines once and for all an asset and a liability
Teaches you what to teach your kids about money for their future financial success
CASHFLOW Quadrant was written for those who are ready to move beyond job security and enter the world of financial freedom. It’s for those who want to make significant changes in their lives and take control of their financial future.
Robert believes that the reason most people struggle financially is because they've been spent years in school but were never been taught about money. Robert’s rich dad taught him that this lack of financial education is why so many people work so hard all their lives for money instead of learning how to make money work for them.
This book will change the way you think about jobs, careers, and owning your own business and inspire you to learn the rules of money that the rich use to build and grow their wealth.
The Rich Dad philosophy makes a key distinction between managing your money and growing it and understanding key principles of investing is the first step toward creating and growing wealth. This book delivers guidance, not guarantees, to help anyone begin the process of becoming an active investor on the road to financial freedom.
El libro #1 de finanzas personales
Una nueva edición revisada y actualizada del bestseller que revolucionó la forma de entender las finanzas personales. Las premisas que Robert Kiyosaki estableció en esta obra –primera de una serie de más de 50 títulos– han trascendido hasta hoy. Trece años después de su lanzamiento, sigue siendo el libro de finanzas personales más vendido.
El autor y conferencista Robert Kiyosaki desarrolló una perspectiva económica única a partir de la exposición que tuvo a dos influencias: su propio padre, altamente educado pero muy inestable y el padre multimillonario, sin educación universitaria, de su mejor amigo. Los problemas monetarios que su “Padre pobre” experimentó toda la vida (con cheques mensuales muy respetables pero nunca suficientes) rompían con lo que le comunicaba su “Padre rico”: que la clase pobre y la clase media trabajan por dinero pero la clase alta, hace que el dinero trabaje para ellos.
Con ese mensaje clavado en su mente, Kiyosaki logró retirarse a los 47 años. Padre rico Padre pobre presenta la filosofía detrás de esta relación excepcional con el dinero. Este libro aboga de manera convincente por el tipo de “conocimiento financiero” que nunca se enseña en las escuelas. Basado en el principio que los bienes que generan ingreso siempre dan mejores resultados que los mejores trabajos tradicionales, explica cómo pueden adquirirse dichos bienes para, eventualmente, olvidarse de trabajar.
Robert T. Kiyosaki es un inversionista multimillonario, emprendedor, educador, conferencista y autor bestseller de la serie Padre rico Padre pobre. Después de retirarse, a los 47 años, fundó CHASFLOW Technologies y creó la Compañía de Rich Dad, que hoy en día ofrece a millones de personas en el mundo consejos para ser financieramente independientes. Robert ha escrito 16 libros que han vendido más de 27 millones de ejemplares en todo el planeta.
This book, created from the international bestseller Rich Dad Poor Dad, shares Robert’s inspiring person story but teaches how to make smart choices. Packed with straight talk, sidebars, and quizzes, this book will jumpstart a child’s personal and financial success by teaching: How to speak the language of money, ways to make money work for you, tips for success (including: Work to learn, not to earn.”), and
why games can help you understand money, investing, and ways to choose your best path to financial freedom.
In 1997, Robert's book Rich Dad Poor Dad stunned readers stating, "Your house is not an asset." As howls of protest went up around the world, the book went on to become an international bestseller and the #1 personal finance book of all time.
Rich Dad Poor Dad is not a book on real estate. It is a book about the importance of financial education. Rich Dad Poor Dad was written to prepare you and your loved ones for the financial turbulence Robert's rich dad saw coming.
In 2007, as homes declined in value or were lost to foreclosure, millions of homeowners painfully discovered the wisdom of words of Robert's rich dad. Today we are all aware that a home can be a liability. Today we know a home can go up or down in value. Today, we all know a person can lose money investing in the stock market. Today we all know our money can go down in value and that even savers can be losers.
This is why financial intelligence is more important today than ever before. In a world of financial turbulence, your best asset is financial IQ.
If a person has a solid financial education they will know that there are two kinds of debt: good debt and bad debt. A person who understands debt will know how to use good debt to make them richer faster. And when we take control and learn to manage bad debt, seeing it for what it is and understanding the toll it can take if abused, we are on the road to financial freedom.
Learn how to make your money work hard for you instead of you working hard for money all your life. Understanding debt and how to use and leverage it is an important first step.
Before You Quit Your Job asks: Do you have a million-dollar idea? Are you afraid of failing? Are you tired of making other people rich? Are you sick of taking order from your boss? Are you tired of working hard and not getting ahead? Are you ready to take a leap of faith and change your life?
Learn about the B-I Triangle and the 8 Integrities of a Businessbefore you quit your job!
In Unfair Advantage &mdash The Power of Financial Education Robert underscores his messages and challenges readers to change their context and act in a new way. Readers are advised to stop blindly accepting that they are disadvantaged’ people with limited options. They are encouraged to act beyond their concept of limited options and challenge the preconception that they will struggle financially all of their lives.
Robert’s fresh approach to his time-tested messages includes clear, actionable steps that any individual or family can take, starting with education. Education becomes applied knowledge, a powerful tactic with measurable results.
In true Rich Dad style, readers will be challenged to understand two points of view, and experience how financial knowledge is their unfair advantage.
Why do the rich get richer even in a financial crisis? In his new book, An Unfair Advantage, Robert confirms his message and challenges readers to change their context and act in a new way. Readers are advised to stop blindly accepting that they are disadvantaged’ people with limited options and challenge the notion that they will struggle, financially, all their lives.
What does school teach you about money? In most cases, the answer is Not much.” If there is any financial education, the courses are taught by financial planners and bankers the agents of Wall Street and the big banks, the very people that caused and profited from the financial crisis.
This book is about real financial education. This book is about how debt and taxes make the rich richer &hellip and why debt and taxes makes the poor and middle class struggle.
This book explains why the rich get richer, paying less in taxes, while the middle class shrinks &mdash with many losing jobs, homes, and retirement &mdash and paying more in taxes. This book is about the five unfair advantages a real financial education offers.
The Unfair Advantage of Knowledge
The Unfair Advantage of Taxes
The Unfair Advantage of Debt
The Unfair Advantage of Risk
The Unfair Advantage of Compensation
These five unfair advantages are the outcomes of real financial education.
If you don't plan on working hard all your life... this book is for you. If you're ready to retire (or want to retire early enough
to enjoy your retirement years) you can learn from Robert's story of how he and his wife Kim started with nothing and 'retired'financially freein less than 10 years. This book makes the case for how a context shift in the way we think about money and investing allows us to see opportunities others miss and create the life you deserve.
We are in the early stages of the greatest retirement crisis in the history of our nation and, indeed, the entire world. According to the World Health Organization, nearly two billion people around the world are expected to be over age 60 by 2050, a figure that’s more than triple what it was in 2000. For better or for worse, never before have there been more elderly people living on planet Earth.
One thing is. certain: Doing nothing—sitting back, confident your pension check is “in the mail”—is not an option. That’s a risk you can’t afford to take.
According to Edward Siedle, a former attorney with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission and America’s leading expert in pension looting, “In the decades to come, we will witness hundreds of millions of elders worldwide, including America’s Baby Boomers, slipping into poverty. Too frail to work, too poor to retire will become the “new normal” for many of the aged.”
Kiyosaki, who like Siedle saw this crisis looming years ago, complements the facts and stats Siedle puts forth with strategies on how retirees can take control—not only their pensions, but their financial futures. Kiyosaki writes about the fact that his father, a highly educated man he calls his poor dad, wasn’t poor until he lost his job, his paycheck—and his pension. “His PHD couldn’t save him,” says Kiyosaki, who has dedicated his life to teaching and financial literacy advocacy.
In Who Stole My Pension? the authors focus on the most misunderstood and ignored cause of the pension crisis: mismanagement of pensions and investments. The culprits that are looting the pensions of public school teachers, firefighters, police, as well as private sector workers, are on Wall Street. The Wall Street casinos charging high fees for gambling in risky hedge funds and other speculative investments, outrageous investment-industry conflicts of interest, and outright violations of the law. Who Stole My Pension? is an in-depth assessment of the pension crisis that the world is facing today and what millions around the world—employees who expected to have pension income at retirement—can do about it.
The authors recount a history of pension failures, inexperienced boards, gambling, looting and other horror stories—with a focus on action steps workers and retirees can take to quickly determine if a pension is being mismanaged as well as the concrete steps they can take to end decades of pension mismanagement. They detail critical questions retirees can ask—and guidance regarding how to act on what they learn.