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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 various viewpoints on how to set themselves up for financial success. If you’re looking for get-rich-quick tips and tricks to investing, move on. Listeners dedicated to the craft of finance and a better life, subscribe! New podcasts released weekly!

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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 various viewpoints on how to set themselves up for financial success. If you’re looking for get-rich-quick tips and tricks to investing, move on. Listeners dedicated to the craft of finance and a better life, subscribe! New podcasts released weekly!

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So much valuable knowledge. Highly recommend!

Incentives

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Loved the podcast with invectives❤️

iTunes Ratings

1173 Ratings
Average Ratings
813
139
63
55
103

5 stars

By Gjhx$$$ - Sep 25 2019
Read more
So much valuable knowledge. Highly recommend!

Incentives

By Pristavia - Sep 16 2019
Read more
Loved the podcast with invectives❤️
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Rich Dad Radio Show: In-Your-Face Advice on Investing, Personal Finance, & Starting a Business

Latest release on May 27, 2020

All 255 episodes from oldest to newest

Why You Should Plan to Retire Young, Retire Rich

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“Investing is a plan.” In order for Robert and Kim Kiyosaki to retire young, they had to have a plan, a plan that started with nothing because they had nothing. The plan had an exit, and it also had a time limit. For many, however, the current financial crisis has disrupted the plans of millions of people to retire in the near future. 

For the majority of baby boomers they’ve prepared for retirement by relying on a 401(k) and it’s how the majority of the US prepares, including probably you. But guest David Scranton, host of the financial TV Show “The Income Generation,” explains how those who are approaching retirement are in a critical time as they’ve seen their 401(k)s and pensions disappear since the coronavirus. 

Listen as hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and David Scranton discuss how now is the time to take action because what worked before, will not work in today’s post-corona economy. 


The Income Generation: http://theincomegeneration.com

Sound Income Strategies: https://soundincomestrategies.com

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May 27 2020

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Do You Have the DNA of a Wartime Leader?

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Do You Have the DNA of a Wartime Leader?

A peacetime leader takes the safe route. They follow the rules of: go to school, get a good job. They are worried about being perfect, but accept the bad. And make committee-based decisions. You might even be one.

In contrast, wartime leaders bring peace of mind through strength and a sense of security. They are quick to make decisions and can lead during turbulent times.

 A lot of people are facing a crisis right now. If you're one of those people, ask yourself: Will this crisis make you stronger, or weaker? Will you rise to the challenge, use your creativity and persistence to overcome hardship? Will you emerge as a wartime leader?

In today’s episode, hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki are joined by guest Patrick Bet-David to discuss the difference between a wartime leader and a peacetime leader, and how to spot the person who will emerge from the current crisis as a hero. 


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May 20 2020

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How To Prepare For The New Depression

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The Government is managing the economy through government debt and the Fed printing money. There's no better example of why they do this than when the Fed announced it would create limitless amounts of money in March 2020. Had the Government not printed money, the U.S. would have certainly fallen into a depression.

The question you should be asking is, "How long can this go on before we spiral into a new depression?" To answer this question, you first must:

1. Understand the forces that drove the global economy and the financial markets before the Coronavirus struck. 2. Understand what the government must do now to prevent an unprecedented destruction of wealth and a new Great Depression.

Listen as host Robert Kiyosaki and guest Richard Duncan, author of the international bestseller, "The Dollar Crisis: Causes, Consequences, Cures," discuss how the current financial crisis started long before the coronavirus spread throughout the world and what you can do about it.


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Richard Duncan’s website: http://www.richardduncaneconomics.com

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May 18 2020

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The Age of Entrepreneurship: Guy’s Golden Touch

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In today’s new world, there are only two options: increase your financial education and learn to create your own wealth, or become poorer and poorer and rely on the government and the rich to take care of you.

We have now experienced a major turning point in the history of mankind. The days of going to school, getting a safe secure job, and investing for the long-term are long gone. We are in a new age—the age of entrepreneurship. 

Today, the barrier to entry to entrepreneurship is almost non-existent. But to heed the opportunities available to everyone it requires a brand new mindset—the mindset of an entrepreneur. In fact, mindset most often is the dividing line between those who are successful in life and those who are not. 

Listen as hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and guest Guy Kawasaki discuss why now—a time of great change—is a time of great opportunities for entrepreneurs in the post-coronavirus economy. 

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Guy Kawasaki's Podcast: www.remarkablepeople.com

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May 13 2020

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Pension Time Bombs: Part 7 - Autopsy of Dead Pensions

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Many public or government pensions—including some of the largest—are not audited annually by independent certified public accountants. In fact, about 60 percent of all corporate pensions in the United States are not audited. Let’s call it another example of the “gross malpractice generally practiced” that pervades pension management. Pensions don’t just implode overnight. There are always warning signs or “red flags” that have been disregarded for decades.

"Who Stole My Pension" co-author Ted Siedle, says, “Pension deaths are almost always foreseeable. Likewise, pension deaths are almost always preventable. If not foreseen and prevented, someone was not doing his or her job. However, autopsies almost never follow pension deaths. Indeed, the possibility of a forensic investigation into the causes of a pension death is rarely even discussed. The scope of such an investigation, as well as probable minimal cost, is rarely researched.

Listen to hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and guests Ted Siedle and U.S. Congressman Jack Bergman explain how there is no reason you should accept anything less than a true and complete audit of your pension to safeguard your retirement savings.

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May 06 2020

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Gold, Silver & Crypto: Insurance Against a Corrupt Federal Reserve

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Throughout history, “money” has been many different things. Money has taken the form of seashells, colored beads, feathers, live animals, and large stones. Today, there are three types of modern money. Robert Kiyosaki says they are:

1. God’s money: Gold and silver

2. Government’s money: Dollars, Euros, pesos, etc.

3. People’s money: Bitcoin, Ethereum, etc.

Most are taught that saving money is smart but the truth is the dollar is worthless because the Fed is has been printing trillions of dollars ultimately make savers the biggest loser of all. So if saving money isn’t smart, what is? Get on your own gold standard, outside of the banks. Always remember gold and silver were here when the Earth was formed, and it will be here when we are all gone. 

In this episode, host Robert Kiyosaki and guests Anthony Pompliano and Brien Lundin give listeners an in-depth look into how assets like gold, silver, and cryptocurrency are insurance against a dying dollar.

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Brien Lundin: www.goldnewsletter.com/richdad

Anthony Pompliano: www.anthonypompliano.com

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May 04 2020

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5 Pension Time Bombs: Part 6 - Kentucky Fried Pensions

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States with the worst pension fund shortfalls include Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Kentucky, and New Jersey which have less than half of the assets needed to pay promised benefits and another 17 states have less than two-thirds. The extent to which public pensions are underfunded has been obscured by governmental accounting rules, which allow pensions to eliminate their underfunding, no matter how large, simply by investing in risky assets. In fact, investing in riskier assets may allow a pension to raise investment assumptions, but it also increases the probability that existing underfunding will increase.

It’s anyone’s guess what will happen if and when a state pension in the United States runs out of money, but it’s indisputable that the amount of money that will be needed to bail out a single failed U.S. state pension will be in the tens of billions.

All public pension stakeholders—American taxpayers and pensioners—need to get educated fast as to the causes of coming pension collapses and learn what they can do about it now. 

Listen as hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and their guests Ted Siedle and Chris Tobe discuss how what’s happening in Kentucky can happen anywhere in the United States. 

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Apr 29 2020

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5 Steps to Stay Healthy During a Pandemic

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Everyone is worried about getting sick, but what about focusing on staying healthy? It seems that during times of panic and quarantine people forget to take care of themselves as they would do when life was "normal". Maintaining a healthy and balanced lifestyle will give anyone an advantage during a pandemic. 

Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki are joined by two of their own doctors, Dr. Nicole Srednicki and Dr. Josh Haggard to discuss the five things you can do to stay healthy every day—even while you are homebound—to avoid getting sick. 

Listen for an in-depth discussion on:

1. Getting enough sunlight

2. Eating adequate servings of fruits and vegetables

3. Impacts of daily exercise

4. How many hours of sleep you should be getting

5. Staying hydrated

Stay for the second half and listen to learn what the doctors say may have contributed to the spread of the coronavirus. 

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Apr 22 2020

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Pension Time Bombs: Part 4 - The Cure to the Pension Crisis

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As if the coronavirus hasn't caused enough damage, it also has investors feeling like they've been punched in the gut financially. Falling stock prices and interest rates have created a problem for both DB and DC pensions plans. The unfortunate thing about the coronavirus hitting at a time when most pensions are already underfunded, it almost certainly, will likely lead to more pension cuts as trouble grows in the economy. 

So the question that Robert Kiyosaki and his guests will be answering is, "What can I do?"

In today's episode of the "5 Pension Time Bombs" series, Rich Dad Advisor Ken McElroy, explains how investing in a cash-flowing asset, like real estate, can provide not only tax-free wealth but also a real nest-egg for retirement no matter which way the stock market goes—up, down, or sideways. 

Listen as host Robert Kiyosaki and guests Ken McElroy and Ted Siedle discuss how financial education can lead to financial freedom even during uncertain times. 

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Ken McElroy Instagram: @kenmcelroyofficial

Ken McElroy Website: www.kenmcelroy.com

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Apr 15 2020

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Pension Time Bombs: Part 5 - Funding Failing Pensions

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Have you wondered why your property taxes are at record highs, water and sewage charges continue to grow, and local governments never seem to run out of ways to nickel and dime their constituents with fee after fee? Yet, the quality of services we depend on continue to decline.

You might not think this pension crisis affects you, but as a taxpayer, you'll be shocked to find out exactly where your tax dollars are going.

Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio, has been the taxpayer's champion, pushing for pension reform, exposing waste and public unions finagling huge pay increases. This week he contributes to the "5 Pension Time Bombs" series with his perspective on the pension problem from within one of the largest cities in the United States.

Listen as hosts Robert and Kim welcome guests Ted Siedle and Sal DiCiccio who give warnings to those whose tax dollars are funding failing pensions.

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Apr 08 2020

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