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Robert Kiyosaki – Rich Dad Poor Dad, Cashflow Quadrant, Financial IQ, and The New Rules of Money

Free E-book about Internet Product Launches—–( Robert Kiyosaki – Rich Dad Poor Dad,) – What The Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! Robert Kiyosaki Rich Dad Poor Dad A large part of Kiyosaki’s teachings focus on what he calls “financial education” generating passive income by means of investment opportunities, such as real estate investments and businesses, with the ultimate goal of being able to support oneself by such investments alone and thus achieving true financial independence WITHOUT working for a paycheck. In tandem with this, Kiyosaki defines the term “assets” as things that generate cash inflow, such as stock dividends, rental properties, or businesses, and the term “liabilities” as things that use cash, such as houses, cars, and so on. Kiyosaki continuously argues that financial leverage is critically important in becoming rich, despite the inherent financial risks, repercussions, and pitfalls that come with it. Originally self-published before being picked up commercially to become a best seller, the central concept of the book is an anecdotal comparison of his “two fathers.” His “poor dad” was his biological father, who was highly educated and became Superintendent of the Hawaii State Department of Education but was poor. Contrasted with this is his (arguably fictitious, see “Criticism and controversy” section of this article) “rich dad,” his best friend’s father who became “the richest man in … Video Rating: 4 /...

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Max Keiser on Financial Apartheid, Germany 4.0, and Gold vs. SDR

As the eurozone crisis continues, could the options on the table include a German takeover? A leaked document from Germany’s foreign ministry reportedly reveals the country may be preparing for a new European fund that will be able to take over the economies of struggling eurozone countries. Meanwhile, we know regulators have been trying to figure out what happened to the 0 million dollars missing from customers of MF global. And they now suspect at least some of that cash may not be missing, it may be gone. Regulators suspect it may have been used to cover trading losses at the firm that has, of course, now declared bankruptcy. The question remains as to whether more customers will react like Gerald Celente who we talked to this week and created a new interpretation of what MF really stands for. And from working on Wall Street to Occupying Wall Street, we’ll talk to Max Keiser on his evolution from broker to leader of the so-called global insurrection against banker occupation. And with 75000 layoffs expected on Wall Street, will we see more bankers join the fight? To watch more visit us @ Video Rating: 4 / 5...

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Mike Maloney – How Will Global Financial Crisis End

Michael Maloney explains in this informative interview how the debt based currency system we follow requires the issuance of more and more fiat currency (aka. paper money) to keep the whole thing going. The present policy of active currency debasement adopted by the central banks of the US, UK and EU through QE, Money Printing, Bond Issuance, etc etc will ultimately lead to a massive flow of funds into sound asset classes as people attempt to retain their wealth. So how does it all...

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Increase Your Financial IQ – Kim Kiyosaki – Interview with a Rich Woman

She is a successful real estate investor, an entrepreneur, as well as a best-selling author, and she is on a mission to help women reach their goal of financial freedom. In this week’s special guest interview segment, we are joined by Kim Kiyosaki. Kim and her husband, Robert Kiyosaki, are ardent proponents of financial education. Kim and Jerry will discuss her best-selling book, Rich Woman. Finding the Rich Woman in You – Clips from the two hour PBS Special with Rich Dad co-founder, Kim Kiyosaki and retirement investment advisor, Kim Snider, providing viewers with the opportunity to get independent financial advice. Aired on PBS stations nationwide. A television event about cash flow investing, financial security and how to make your money work hard for you rather than you working hard for your money. Full program featured a guest appearance by Kim’s husband, Robert Kiyosaki. Total run time of clip is 6 Topics covered: Is there a right way to invest? (0:00) Everyone is looking for *the* right way to invest. Kim Snider and Rich Woman author, Kim Kiyosaki, discuss the idea that there is no one right way to invest, whether for retirement investment income or otherwise. There is the right way for you. Kim Kiyosaki and Kim Snider are both cash flow investors but Kiyosaki does it with real estate investing whereas Snider does it by harnessing the power of option premiums from the sale of options on common stock. Both are successful using their own variation of the same cash flow philosophy. The key is to find something that makes sense to you, then find someone who is achieving the results you want and learn from them. Why don’t we teach basic principles of financial literacy to our kids? (1:07) Kim Snider and Kim Kiyosaki discuss basic financial education and the impact it would have if we taught basic financial principles like compounding … Video Rating: 4 /...

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Mike Maloney on Credit-Based Money, Feudalism, and Financial Enslavement

As the US heads into the presidential primary in south carolina, the most recent republican debate featured Newt Gingrich defending his moral values — his marriage – , Mitt Romney defending his tax returns, and Rick Santorum defending his sweater vests, is there anyone is is actually making real sense in terms of dollars and cents? Is the lack of concentration and debate on the money issue, and the issue of the federal reserve system, of central banking and of fiat money helping to turn cash into trash? We’ll talk to Mike Maloney, founder of about the path the US is now on, and whether or not that path is sustainable. We will also discuss the latest republican internecine conflict over capitalism and whether the debate is giving capitalism a bad name. After all, the leading contender is a millionaire with a 15 percent tax rate. Is this the kind of capitalism that is causing people to equate capitalism with inequality? What about the people fighting for real capitalism, the kind the really rewards hard work and punishes failure? The kind that doesn’t subsidize the rich and big business? We will ask Mike Maloney, author of Robery Kiyosaki Rich Dad’s Advisors, a guide to investing in gold and silver, about this as well, and we will also speak with him about the precious metals space and how to protect yourself from currency debasement. And also, we talk about...

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Financial Literacy Video with Robert Kiyosaki – Live

A Financial Literacy Video with Robert Kiyosaki This is a montage of Robert Kiyosaki appearing on; CNN, KTLA, TODAY, The Early Show, FOX News and many others. He talks about debt, education, predictions, and also talks with Donald Trump. Why We Want You to be Rich: Two Men – One...

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Financial Freedom Video – Rich Woman – Kim Kiyosaki describes the “I Must Quadrant”

Financial Freedom for Women Video from Kim Kiyosaki Kim talks about the different people and personalities you need to be aware of in today’s world. This quadrant will help bring awareness, and possibly, provide a strategy when talking to the different people who fall within this...

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The Federal Reserve has been CHECKMATED! QE to Infinity

  Our friends at just posted a new video that goes over the Federal Reserve system, economy, and lies used to prop up the current fiat system. The video is titled, “The Federal Reserve has been CHECKMATED! QE to...

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Investment Strategies of the Rich Have Been Revealed

Mike Dillard, founder of Elevation Group, premiered his new investment program via Internet December 13. The purpose of the Elevation Group is to teach its members how to become rich and take advantage of the upcoming economic collapse. During the 90 minute Elevation Group presentation, Dillard made a comparison between the Roman Empire and the United States, stating that we must ‘learn from history.’ Using Michael Maloney’s seven stage progression of currency, Dillard discussed similarities between the U.S. and Rome for each stage. He forecasted that the United States would follow the demise of its economy, just like the Roman Empire. Maloney’s first stage is when the country is founded or funded with gold. Both the United States and Rome had a strong gold foundation in the beginning. The second stage begins as the country develops multi layers of public programs for its citizens. The third stage is when the nation begins to establish political influence in the world, and as a result, a military is established and bankrolled by the national administration. Dillard describes the fourth stage, as the time the nation begins to use its military, and the cost amplifies. The fifth stage is the waging of war. Due to the great cost involved, the national currency is created in unlimited and unsecured amounts. The sixth stage is where the expansion of the currency causes severe inflation. Society loses faith in the currency. Dillard describes the final stage of Maloney’s progression of currency as when the nation abandons the currency, and returns to a system of bartering or using precious metals, (such as gold) again. Dillard claims, the United States is now positioned between the sixth and seventh stages. He predicts that in the next 6 to 36 months, the country will move into the final stage. The Elevation Group has been developed by Mike Dillard to help individuals prepare for the collapse of the United States economy, and to position themselves to use this event as a wealth building opportunity. More Information on how to become rich and take advantage of the upcoming economic collapse is available in this 90 minutes presentation . Mike Dillard’s new program ‘The Elevation Group‘ is already receiving an incredible amount of hype but is it really worth the cost or is this just another slick marketing tactic praying upon harsh economic times? Read my review before you decide to buy it! If the current economic hardships haven’t directly affected you, then I guarantee you know someone it has. The way people think and act in regards to finances has changed greatly in just the last few years as we have...

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Mike Maloney: The Greatest Bubble in History Is at Our Doorstep

By Jeff Clark, BIG GOLD It may not feel like it after a 12% correction in the past 30 days, but Mike Maloney – founder of – is convinced that we’re in a gold bull market that will be life changing for those who participate. I interviewed him for our current edition of BIG GOLD and am sharing some of what we talked about here. You may be shocked at what you read, because he’s devoted a larger allocation to gold and silver than we have. See why he’s convinced a bubble is ahead for precious metals, how high prices will go, and why he stores some gold overseas. Jeff Clark: For those who don’t know you, why is Mike Maloney such a big believer in gold and silver? Mike Maloney: Around 1999, my mother needed help with the estate my father had left her. My sister and I interviewed a dozen financial planners and picked the one that had the most glowing recommendations and gave him control of the assets. He lost about 50% of them in the next year and a half. What I’ve found is most financial planners get it wrong. They’re always chasing yesterday’s news. To be fair, there was a market crash, but with 50% of her assets gone by 2001, I ripped everything away from him, moved it to cash, and started studying the economy like crazy. I discovered that the people concerned about budget deficits and trade imbalances at that time were in the precious metals sector, the hard money advocates. All the rest of the economists and newsletter writers didn’t really care. Concerns about international trade imbalances and how they were going to come back to bite us one day were coming from the hard money analysts. They also wrote about monetary history, something I just fell in love with. The fact that things just repeat over and over again is amazing. I have hard data from 1918 to today, and anecdotal evidence before 1918, that shows that throughout history a society has a certain amount of real money – gold and silver. Then they either come out with debased coinage, or paper representations of gold and silver and expand the currency supply, which eventually cause prices to rise. People then realize there was something wrong with the currency and they rush back toward gold and silver to protect their purchasing power… and in doing so, they bid up the value of the gold and silver in the country until it matches the value of the circulating medium. It appears to me this process has been going on since 407 BC, with the first great inflation...

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