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Rich Dad's Guide to Investing: What the Rich Invest in, That the Poor and the Middle Class Do Not!

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The Thought Process of Becoming Rich

Kiyosaki is reviled by some for his Rich Dad series. Critics point out that he offers no specific plans for someone to become rich (ie. invest in this stock, or buy that property). Kiyosaki correctly notes that it would be impractical to give that sort of advice, and ...
Kiyosaki is reviled by some for his Rich Dad series. Critics point out that he offers no specific plans for someone to become rich (ie. invest in this stock, or buy that property). Kiyosaki correctly notes that it would be impractical to give that sort of advice, and instead focuses on the mindset of the rich, and the skills that should be learned to get there. This volume, the third of the Rich Dad series, is by far the most detailed, and while it does build on the principles learned in the first two volumes (Rich Dad Poor Dad and Cashflow Quadrant) someone new to the series could read this without being completely lost. As usual, Kiyosaki is easy to read and he explains everything in great detail, although he sometimes repeats himself too much. Although I enjoyed this book and learned a lot, I will need a break before I read any more Rich Dad books. As a side note, Kiyosaki includes a suggested reading list in each volume that is very helpful, and he offers free online pre-recorded seminars for those who are interested (the website is in the book, and no I don't work for Kiyosaki).

posted by Anonymous on January 24, 2007

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1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Highly Recommended

This is a great book for people who want to change mindsets from being poor to being rich. Robert always tells it how it is and also tells you how the future of money will be. Its a book that you read and look at how are are...the rich think so different from the poor a...
This is a great book for people who want to change mindsets from being poor to being rich. Robert always tells it how it is and also tells you how the future of money will be. Its a book that you read and look at how are are...the rich think so different from the poor and middle class

posted by joeearlharris on April 28, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 28, 2002

    disappointing

    It is inspirational motivating the entrepreneurial spirit. I was searching more for technical information for decision making involved investing in stocks. Even still the book could have been half the length. States the same things on numerous occasions. I was seeking more meat from the book than it provided. It also makes attempts to sell you other products that he offers for the information that I probably was seeking. If I had the opportunity to have my money back for the book I would take it. I have it for sale!

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    Posted November 13, 2009

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