The harsh realities of 2023 have been laid bare. The global economy is in dire straits, we have a cost of living crisis that is challenging most and there is of course the ongoing war in Ukraine. The headlines paint a worrying picture and if forecasts are to be believed things will only get worse. It’s times like these you need to take stock and most importantly be very careful where you get your information.
This is why when it comes to matters of money, I always turn to my good friend and a man who pulls no punches when it comes to economic matters and protecting your wealth, Robert Kiyosaki. Robert is someone you can always rely on for sound logic, invaluable insight and some serious straight talking, whenever there’s a shift in the markets, or as is the case these days, outright chaos.
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Robert Kiyosaki is an entrepreneur, investor, motivational speaker, financial expert and author of the globally renowned bestseller ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’ – ranked the number one personal finance book of all time. In fact, this publication was so successful it was translated into 51 languages and has sold over 41 million copies worldwide.
Robert has gone on to write a further 25 books that have offered people young and old the kind of financial advice that turns traditional economic insight on its head. He most recently penned, The Capitalist Manifesto: How Entrepreneurs Can Save Capitalism, which dives headfirst into so many of the issues that are woven within the fabric of society. For Robert, the communist ideals taught in our schools have a lot to answer for and he believes it’s time to fight back with the right kind of information.
Robert has spent much of his adult life breaking rank and challenging the mainstream way of thinking. Failure is part and parcel of success and this is something we’re not trained for in the traditional school system. Robert was a US Marine Pilot who fought in the Vietnam War and since those fateful times, he has seen communist ideals seeping through society.
The warning signs were there and now we are counting the cost. Underlying Robert’s work has always been the theme that the rich get richer and the poor, well, they just get poorer, work harder and stay exactly where they are.
“The philosophy of the rich and the poor is this: the rich invest their money and spend what is left. The poor spend their money and invest what is left.”
Robert believes we’re in some seriously troubling times, and quite simply put, he doesn’t trust the government, he doesn’t trust the Fed, he doesn’t trust the banks, and he certainly doesn’t trust Wall Street. Robert thinks gold, silver and Bitcoin are the answer, saying “if they can print it, I don’t want it!” Robert believes the dollar is “toast” and when it comes to the race for a CBDC – China is taking over the world.
Strap yourself in and brace for impact because as always Robert won’t be pulling any punches. The good news is, he’ll be bringing answers and some game-changing advice. I’m always eager to come up with some solutions and, with Robert in the chair, you’ll get the kind of insight and practical help you’ll never see or hear in the mainstream media.
As Robert points out,
“There are those who make things happen, there are those who watch things happen and there are those who say ‘what happened?”
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- Our school system is criminal
- The difference between a poor person and a rich person
- Do you know the difference between fake and real money?
- We’ve been in a depression since 2007
- I was collecting rent at 10 years old
- Energy drives civilization
- Communists will take over America in two stages
- It’s in our DNA to fight back
- My banker never asked for my GPA
- Will Michelle Obama run for President?
- Central banks are shifting to real money
- If you want to change the world, change yourself
- It’s about transformation, not education
- Do you want real money or fake money?