Rich Dad's Prophecy will show you how retirement financing will affect all of us, regardless of our age or where we live, sometime in the near future. And after it exposes the reasons behind the coming crash, it reveals not only the best ways to safeguard wealth but how to actually prosper from the events to come.
About the Author
Robert Kiyosaki, author of "Rich Dad Poor Dad, " the international runaway bestseller, is an investor, entrepreneur spectional runaway bestseller, is an investor, entrepreneur specializing in mining and real estate, as well as an educator. ializing in mining and real estate, as well as an educator. "Rich Dad Poor Dad, " published in 1997, has held a top spot"Rich Dad Poor Dad, " published in 1997, has held a top spot on the famed "New York Times" list for nearly six years. Tr on the famed "New York Times" list for nearly six years. Translated into 46 languages and available in 97 countries, thanslated into 46 languages and available in 97 countries, the "Rich Dad" series has sold over 26 million copies worldwide "Rich Dad" series has sold over 26 million copies worldwide and has dominated bestsellers lists across Asia, Australiae and has dominated bestsellers lists across Asia, Australia, South America, Mexico, South Africa, and Europe. , South America, Mexico, South Africa, and Europe.
When the first baby boomers celebrate their 70th birthdays in 2016, according to rich dad (the author's financial mentor and father of his boyhood chum), a massive stock market crash will ensue. Joining half a dozen popular Rich Dad books, this volume continues Kiyosaki's eloquent yet simple survival instructions to investors present and future. Kiyosaki's wealth stems from lessons learned at rich dad's balance sheets, and here he deftly illustrates those complex financial truths. He encourages readers-many of whom suffer from what he sees as the dismal lack of financial education in the school system-to understand factors such as ERISA, the investor-unfriendly retirement law for which rich dad vilified the government, and the overabundance of "white bread" financial advice for the masses. Wall Street has nothing to gain by smartening up investors, Kiyosaki warns, so it's up to people to educate themselves. Those convinced that reading financial statements is an activity solely for the sophisticated and the moneyed will be reassured by Kiyosaki's analogies-Noah's ark is a primary one-as he colorfully covers a host of investing esoterica and scrutinizes details every investor should recognize. "Investing time when I had no time, and investing money when I had very little money is what made me rich," he says. (Oct.) Copyright 2003 Cahners Business Information.
Number Of Pages: 304
Available: 25th June 2013