Rich Dad's Who Took My Money?: Why Slow Investors Lose and Fast Money Wins!

Rich Dad s Who Took My Money Why Slow Investors Lose and Fast Money Wins Rich Dads Who Took My Money reveals how to speed up and maximise return on investments to achieve total financial independence

  • Title: Rich Dad's Who Took My Money?: Why Slow Investors Lose and Fast Money Wins!
  • Author: Robert T. Kiyosaki Sharon L. Lechter
  • ISBN: 9780446691826
  • Page: 146
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rich Dads Who Took My Money reveals how to speed up and maximise return on investments to achieve total financial independence.

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    About "Robert T. Kiyosaki Sharon L. Lechter"

    1. Robert T. Kiyosaki Sharon L. Lechter

      Kiyosaki is best known for his book Rich Dad, Poor Dad, the 1 New York Times bestseller Kiyosaki followed with Rich Dad s CASHFLOW Quadrant and Rich Dad s Guide to Investing He has now had at least a dozen books published A partial list of his books is included below

    259 thoughts on “Rich Dad's Who Took My Money?: Why Slow Investors Lose and Fast Money Wins!”

    1. Okay listen His books are good for light reading but typically have the same themes and not a lot of depth; this book follows suit. If it gets you into the mindset to handle you money, great, but I'd advise people to really research the areas of business and investing prior to jumping right in find things that work for you and your temperament not everything is for everyone.


    2. Note to self: Investros usually flee to commodities when markets are high. Businesses don't want you to know what theyr are doing. If you are technologically challenged, own the company! The word can't should be eliminated out of my vocabulary. You can't afford to be lazy. Don't get money tips from losers. Look for ways to make people's lives easier. Take the hard way. Don't let your baker lure you into bad debt, create good debts only! Four major asset classes:business, real estate, paper asset [...]


    3. This book still holds up 10 years after it was written. In 2004 much of what was being discussed in the book was the stock market implosion in 2000, and the subsequent fall out. Like most Kiyosaki books there is a large amount of overlap with his seminal work "Rich Dad, Poor Dad", and this book touches on what was written in "Rich Dad's Prophecy" from 2002. My favorite part is on page 116 called "Why do pilots wear parachutes?". In this section Robert gives a brief story explaining how we was ta [...]


    4. This book blew me away. Although it doesn't have any specific actionable goals for you, because the author thinks what is right for one person is not right for everyone else, it is the first book which tells you to not invest for the long term in stocks/401k. In fact Robert doesnt even believe in 401k and retirement funds. He believes that everyone should be taught financial education early on to build a good base, so that people understand where there money is going and how to save. He believes [...]


    5. Robert Kiyosaki, conocido inversor de bienes raíces y uno de los autores incluidos en 'Aprendiendo de los mejores' (Alienta Editorial) te cuenta en este libro cuestiones muy interesantes para desarrollar tu educación financiera, algo clave porque "la educación financiera te lleva a la inteligencia financiera y la inteligencia financiera te lleva al éxio en el mundo del dinero".Para más info y reseña: ow/FI1A30hCQ6i


    6. Полезна от гледна точка да те накара да мислиш и да придобиеш обща представа за инвестирането и не само. Показва един по-различен поглед върху инвестициите и причините за инвестиране. Вдъхновяваща и пораждаща множество въпроси. Образоването продължава :)






    7. Insightful book.Most important takeaway: What is your profession and what is your money's profession? (read the book, you'll know what I'm talking about!)


    8. In a typical Robert Kiyosaki & Sharon Lechter fashion, they focus on the three things you need in order to get ahead:1. Business2. Real Estate3. Paper AssetsI would put this on the same caliber as Retire Young & Prophecy. Even though this book was written in 2004, there are some nuggets you can pull (especially if you haven't read any of the prior books). For the benefit of those who don't know, here are the books (in order) with my personal ratings:1. Rich Dad Poor Dad - 5 stars2. Cash [...]


    9. TL;DR; This book is full of good advice, but be prepared for more rich dad stories, and some repetition of information from previous books.Each book I read after the original RDPD book, has expanded on the philosophy he outlined, filling in details, and methods to enact it. This one is no different. This one focuses on a set of steps he uses to increase his wealth, pushing the concept of velocity of money. One thing I got out of this book that was specifically helpful to me was to use married pu [...]


    10. Since I first read 'Rich Dad, Poor Dad,' I've enjoyed working my way through Robert Kiyosaki's books. They are well written and easy to follow. While I don't fully agree with his positions on leverage (I did, after all, find him via the recommendation of Dave Ramsey, who teaches you to become debt free), I think he makes some excellent points. Overall, I think this book opened up my mind to exploring alternative possibilities to how I was looking at investing, etc even though I already knew what [...]


    11. Pretty decent business book. Nice and short, to the point. Some repetitiveness but in a good and much needed way to grasp everything taught. If you've read Rich Dad Poor Dad this is a great compliment to it. If you haven't read Rich Dad Poor Dad I'd advise reading it and then reading this one. I like how Kiyosaki defines diversification as investments in different asset classes as opposed to owning everything withont one asset class and how that can ultimately hurt my investments. Much more effe [...]


    12. an Inspirational book filled with new ideas which helped a lot"winning or losing is part of the game so enjoy the game "."losing is part of winning""the more you play the better you get .""the better you get the better you team get .""the better the team get the more you enjoy the game.""the more you gain the better chance to improve your score.""the game of money is not really about money it's about how well you play the game"





    13. David Lichtenstein would have written a better book. In short I generally don't like this book. It is shallow




    14. Ok read. Did help to further my knowledge of finance but went a bit bouncer. May be I will get it at some point.



    15. While I've read most of his books (and you just have to read the first four (this being the forth)); this book has had the most impactful affect on my investing.


    16. Great book, but with some boring water. In spite of this book has necessary info. It inspires to rethink many moments of life.




    17. Worth a quick read. Gives some good ideas on building personal balance sheets and building income producing portfolios vs. Capital gains.


    18. I was very excited about various ideas related to the investments that mr. Kiyousaki shared in the book. Definitely it was one of the greatest book that I read.


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