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Beat conventional advice on personal finance, investing, and business with the author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki. Get ahead with his pull-no-punches style of challenging the advice we’ve all been given on money, investing, and the economy. Frustrated and frightened by the financial advice being given by the mainstream talking heads, Robert Kiyosaki sits down with professionals from the world of money, investing, business, and personal development. Listeners will be provided variou ...
 
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Real estate investing is not for the faint of heart. It’s illiquid, there’s a time lag, and it requires good financial education. Robert and Kim Kiyosaki started their investing journey with small, single-family homes in the 1980s and graduated to larger, multi-family units as their experience grew. Today’s guest shares where he’s looking, how he g…
 
Goodwill of Central and Northern Arizona is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to ending poverty through the power of work. Goodwill takes a holistic approach to employment by providing job seekers the tools to feel confident, purpose-driven, and successful. Goodwill empowers individuals, strengthens families, and builds stronger communi…
 
In July 2021 democrats agreed on 3.5 trillion-dollar domestic spending plans, highlighting considerable spending to fight climate change. Today’s guest says this little-known commodity, carbon credits, will help all corporations reduce their carbon emissions and make money. Marin Katusa, author of “The Rise of America” says, “This will be the most …
 
Zillow reportedly has about 7,000 homes that it now needs to unload—many for prices lower than it originally paid. Today’s guests explain that Zillow’s pricing problem is the number one problem for new real estate investors. Guests Brandon Turner and David Greene host the #1 real estate podcast, BiggerPockets, and they emphasize the best thing any …
 
While it’s been predicted that the Fed may soon begin to “taper” the amount of money it creates each month, it is unlikely to stop printing money altogether any time soon. Today’s guest describes the Fed’s addiction to printing money as “monetary heroin” explaining that 40% of all money in existence in the U.S. has been created in the last 18 month…
 
In 1971, Nixon took the dollar off the gold standard and ushered in the age of currency. Now, every currency in the world is pegged to the dollar—and the dollar is pegged to nothing. In today’s episode, we discuss The secret to surviving the next few years is keeping your wealth in real money, not in the U.S. dollar. Buy things that hold their valu…
 
A timeshare, often known as vacation ownership, is a commitment to pay for annual trips to the same resort or family of resorts for the rest of one's life. Today’s guests discuss the key factors to a positive timeshare experience. Henri Moreau, Founder of Timeshare Properties Inc., says, “Timeshares are a lot like marriage, when you’re in a good ma…
 
In the midst of “The Great Resignation,” people are quitting or choosing to be fired, and thus are turning to investments rather than find another 9-5 to earn income. Today’s guests explain that financial education is the most important thing you can do to win at real estate investing. Robert Helms, the host, and founder of The Real Estate Guys™ Ra…
 
In 1971, President Richard Nixon changed the rules of money because foreign countries being paid in U.S. dollars grew skeptical when the U.S. Treasury was printing more and more money to cover our debts, and they began exchanging their dollars directly for gold in earnest, depleting most of the U.S. gold reserves. There’s been a significant under-i…
 
Chaos erupted at the Southern Border in Texas when over 10,000 migrants—including families, pregnant women, and babies—were waiting to be processed by US immigration authorities, just a week ago in Del Rio, Texas. Today’s guest says that as a result, Biden’s failed policies are undoing the very fabric that this United States is made of. Pinal Count…
 
The Fed is neither Federal, a bank, nor is does it hold any reserves. The big question is, should we end the Fed? Today’s guest is a critic of the federal government’s fiscal policies, especially the existence of the Federal Reserve. Dr. Ron Paul, a former Congressman and host of the Liberty Report says, “Big government would thrive if it didn’t ha…
 
The real estate market around the world is changing at a high rate of speed. In this special podcast Robert and Rich Dad Real Estate Advisor, Ken McElroy will be revealing the fundamentals and strategies that will serve you well during these – not so ordinary times. They’ll share their experiences of starting small and leveraging repeatable strateg…
 
The mainstream media will have you believe that the economy is on its way back from the devastation caused by the pandemic, but today’s guest says that the trends tell us another story. Gerald Celente is the Founder and Director of the Trends Research Institute and publisher of the weekly Trends Journal magazine and he says, “America was the land o…
 
War and business are very similar. They are both tough, often dangerous, environments. Today’s guest explains the recent events that have unfolded in Afghanistan and how, like in business, failed leadership, is the real story in Afghanistan. Marine Veteran, Ryan, who completed 11 combat deployments, two as an infantry Marine, explains the history o…
 
A follow-up to the episode celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the day Nixon took the dollar off the gold standard, guest George Gammon is in the studio to discuss how creating unlimited amounts of money has created “monetary heroin.” George Gammon, a former entrepreneur, turned investor, and host of The Rebel Capitalist Show, says, “The Fed is buy…
 
R. Buckminster Fuller was a mentor to Robert Kiyosaki and in many ways is credited for inspiring the creation of The Rich Dad Company. Fuller was a was an American architect, systems theorist, author, designer, inventor, and futurist. Today’s guest, said “Fuller is one of the finest minds in the last 100 years. He thought in global terms, and that’…
 
In 1971, President Richard Nixon, without the approval of Congress, took the U.S. dollar off the gold standard and changed the rules of money—not just for the United States, but also for the world. Today’s guests discuss how this change allowed the United States to print almost unlimited amounts of money and create as much debt as it wanted. After …
 
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