Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Start business idea by solving a problem

The reality is that there is more opportunity now than ever with the web. makes everyone accessible to the masses.

You need to look at a problem people have and ask yourself, "How can I solve it ?" When I saw people not knowing about money I wrote Rich Dad Poor Dad. Everyone has a different skill set.

There are fewer and fewer jobs as technology replaces people. The worker is becoming obsolete. The rich don't want jobs – that's why they're rich.

Never want a pay check. The person who signs the check controls you.



Robert Kiyosaki is a Japanese American investor and author of popular book 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' where he wrote of his two dads. His rich dad taught him to think differently, inspired and helped him get rich on his own.

Monday, November 24, 2014

How to know if you have enough Retirement money

To know how large of a savings 'nest-egg' you'll need, you'll need to know three things: 
-How long will you live? 
-How will inflation increase? 
-What will the various markets do? 
These answers are impossible to know. You are gambling with your future.

Cash Flow investing

If you change your definition of 'nest-egg' to mean a pile of cash-flowing assets, rather than cash, your problem is solved.

By purchasing and saving cash-flowing assets, you could build a pipeline of cash flow for life-a pipeline that would produce cash in good times and bad, in market booms and market crashes. Your cash flow would increase automatically with inflation and, at the same time, allow you to pay less in taxes. These means your standard of living does not have to decrease, but can actually increase.

You can earn cash flow from real estate rentals, stocks via dividends, from bonds via interest, or from oil, books, and patents via royalties. 

In other words, there are many ways to stress free retirement freedom. All you have to do is change your definition of 'nest-egg' and you can survive at your current standard of living for as long as you live, whether you work or not. And you'll leave infinite money for your loved ones, too.




Robert Kiyosaki is a Japanese American investor and author of popular book 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' where he wrote of his two dads. His rich dad taught him to think differently, inspired and helped him get rich on his own.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

7 Stock Market tips from Robert Kiyosaki

1. Do Not Follow the Crowd. Buy the under-performing assets, not the popular assets

2. Personal Tragedy or Calamity. This is hard to do but great deals come from other peoples’ divorces, deaths, etc.

3. A Recession. During a recession everyone sells their assets at great bargains.

4. A Technical, Political or Cultural Change. Today, there are more structural, technical, political and cultural changes going on than ever before. Each change offers new opportunities to invest as well as lose money.

5. The 20-10-5 Cycle. This 20-10-5 cycle is not something to bet your financial future on It is primarily a reminder that markets move in cycles. However, by knowing this, you will tend not to get caught in the wrong cycle. One of the best ways to find good investments is to find investments that are currently out of favor but are soon due to come back into favor.

6. Have a Friend in the Business. One of the best ways to find great investments is to have business partners who are in the market every day. Kiyosaki says he finds great investments, because he pays brokers more than other investors do.

7. Pay More Money. All too often, people try and buy a good investment by being cheap, and then they lose the investment. It takes no intelligence to ask for a lower price to make a lowball offer. It takes creative intelligence to spot opportunities that others do not see. 



Robert Kiyosaki is a Japanese American investor and author of popular book 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' where he wrote of his two dads. His rich dad taught him to think differently, inspired and helped him get rich on his own.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Investing with a power investor

A power investor invests using all asset classes, including real estate, then reinvests cash flow leveraged with debt or other people’s money and accelerates it with tax incentives.



Robert Kiyosaki is a Japanese American investor and author of popular book 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' where he wrote of his two dads. His rich dad taught him to think differently, inspired and helped him get rich on his own.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Robert Kiyosaki feeling gloomy on long term financial markets

I foresee a global currency crash, like the one that ruined Germany in the 1920's, which will wipe out the poor and the middle class – as the rich get richer. People will see that money and shares are not real wealth, just paper, and the way to survive is by acquiring assets – like property, resources, gold and other precious metals.


Robert Kiyosaki is a Japanese American investor and author of popular book 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' where he wrote of his two dads. His rich dad taught him to think differently, inspired and helped him get rich on his own.

Monday, November 17, 2014

Difference between average investor and successful investor


The average investor has not taken the time and effort to become financially educated. 

A professional investor knows that markets boom and bust. The average investors turn their money over to someone else instead of learning to play your own game of money.


Robert Kiyosaki is a Japanese American investor and author of popular book 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' where he wrote of his two dads. His rich dad taught him to think differently, inspired and helped him get rich on his own.

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Rich Dad poor dad words to never give up hope

“You’re only poor if you give up. The most important thing is that you did something. Most people only talk and dream of getting rich. You’ve done something.”  



Robert Kiyosaki is a Japanese American investor and author of popular book 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' where he wrote of his two dads. His rich dad taught him to think differently, inspired and helped him get rich on his own.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Robert Kiyosaki says "cant" is a negative word

The power of “can’t”: The word “can’t” makes strong people weak.... blinds people who can see.... saddens happy people....  turns brave people into cowards.... robs a genius of their brilliance.... causes rich people to think poorly, and limits the achievements of that great person living inside us all.


Robert Kiyosaki is a Japanese American investor and author of popular book 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' where he wrote of his two dads. His rich dad taught him to think differently, inspired and helped him get rich on his own.

Monday, November 10, 2014

Kiyosaki on Real life vs School

“The trouble with school is they give you the answer, then they give you the exam. That’s not life.” 


Robert Kiyosaki is a Japanese American investor and author of popular book 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' where he wrote of his two dads. His rich dad taught him to think differently, inspired and helped him get rich on his own.

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Assets create wealth and that brings in money

“Often, the more money you make the more money you spend; that’s why more money doesn’t make you rich – assets make you rich.” - Robert Kiyosaki



Robert Kiyosaki is a Japanese American investor and author of popular book 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' where he wrote of his two dads. His rich dad taught him to think differently, inspired and helped him get rich on his own.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Get in and take action

“It’s easier to stand on the sidelines, criticize, and say why you shouldn’t do something. The sidelines are crowded. Get in the game.” 



Robert Kiyosaki is a Japanese American investor and author of popular book 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' where he wrote of his two dads. His rich dad taught him to think differently, inspired and helped him get rich on his own.

Monday, November 3, 2014

Money and tax planning is important for long term

“It’s not how much money you make, but how much money you keep... how hard it works for you, and how many generations you keep it for.”


Robert Kiyosaki is a Japanese American investor and author of popular book 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' where he wrote of his two dads. His rich dad taught him to think differently, inspired and helped him get rich on his own.