Rich Dad’s Prophecy PDF (Why the Biggest Stock Market Crash in History Is Still Coming… and How You Can Prepare Yourself and Profit from It!) will open your eyes to the issues that are affecting the retirement plans of baby boomers as well as the financial futures of their children and grandchildren.
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The rich know that times of greatest crisis are often the greatest opportunities to acquire wealth. In this book Robert Kiyosaki teaches how to build your financial ark to navigate turbulent economic waters. In hindsight, the title itself seems “prophetic,” as the insights and predictions in this book have played out on the world stage over the past years. Rich Dad’s Prophecy will open your eyes to the issues that are affecting the retirement plans of baby boomers as well as the financial futures of their children and grandchildren.
Rich Dad’s Prophecy
• The fallacy of ERISA.
• How ERISA has allowed our generation’s financial problems to be pushed onto the backs of our children’s generation.
• A major stock market crash will occur—while hard to pinpoint an exact time, it is inevitable.
• The only way to prepare and profit from the crash is through financial literacy and taking control of your finances.
• Solid financial strategies are explained to help you prepare
Table of Contents- Rich Dad’s Prophecy PDF
Section One Is the Fairy Tale Over?
Chapter 1 A Change in the Law . . . A Change in the Future 11
Chapter 2 The Law Change That Changed the World 21
Chapter 3 Are You Ready to Face the Real World? 31
Chapter 4 The Nightmare Begins 51
Chapter 5 What Are Your Financial Assumptions? 65
Chapter 6 Just Because You Invest Does Not Mean You Are An Investor 83
Chapter 7 Everyone Needs to Become an Investor 95
Chapter 8 The Cause of the Problem 105
Chapter 9 The Perfect Storm 115
Section Two Building the Ark
Chapter 10 How Do You Build an Ark? 133
Chapter 11 Taking Control of the Ark 145
Chapter 12 Control #1: Control over Yourself 155
Chapter 13 Control #2: Control over Your Emotions 187
Chapter 14 How I Built My Ark 197
Chapter 15 Control #3: Control over Your Excuses 207
Chapter 16 Control #4: Control over Your Vision 217
Chapter 17 Control #5: Control over the Rules 229
Chapter 18 Control #6: Control over Your Advisors 249
Chapter 19 Control #7: Control over Your Time 255
Chapter 20 Control #8: Control over Your Destiny 269
Conclusion A Prophet’s Hope Is to Be Wrong 275
Appendix 1 ERISA and 401(k) Plans 281
Appendix 2 About Dave Stephens’s Program in Schools . . 285
“I’ve read all of RK’s book’s. I tend to look at them as a different point of view and as motovators. The investment advice is a little thin and sometimes downright dangerous unless you’re very well informed plus have money you can afford taking a chance with. In other words you can afford to lose all of it without it making much difference to you.
I was well on my way to being independent (I own 12 dbles in one company, and a dble and triple in another plus parts of 3 other small companies) before I read his books. However they did give me some much needed insights.”- David W. Nesbitt
“I beleive this could be the best of the Rich Dad Series books that I have read. The first part of this book explains why a stock market crash may be coming. And the explanation is simple and easy to understand. The stock market goes up because people put money in, by law. Also by law, those people must begin withdrawing money from their 401k when they turn seventy. When millions of Americans turn seventy, more money might be coming out of the stock market than is going in. But the rest of the book is about what we can do to be financially free.
You need control over yourself, control over your emotions, control over your excuses, control over your vision, control over the rules, control over your advisors, control over your time, and control over your destiny. I like his message of hope after his prediction of gloom. It does not take much to change your financial future. And now I am going to quote a saying I heard once, that Robert hasn’t used yet (Not in the books I’ve read). When it comes time to make a decision there are three choices. To decide yes, to decide no, or to decide not to decide. I believe many people have unconsciously decided not to decide, but by reading these books, and following the advice he gives, you are deciding to take responsibility for your financial future.
I like this book, and I like his writing style. I recommend this book, especially if you have read and liked his previous books.” – Evan Wearne
About the author
Robert T. Kiyosaki Born and raised in Hawaii, Robert Kiyosaki is a fourth-generation Japanese-American. After graduating from college in New York, Robert joined the Marine Corps and served in Vietnam as an officer and helicopter gunship pilot. Following the war, Robert worked for the Xerox Corporation in sales. In 1977, he started a company that brought the first nylon Velcro ‘surfer wallets’ to market. And in 1985 he founded an international education company that taught business and investing to tens of thousands of students throughout the world.
In 1994 Robert sold his business and retired at the age of forty-seven. During his short-lived retirement, Robert, in collaboration with co-author Sharon Lechter, his CPA and business partner, wrote the book Rich Dad Poor Dad. Soon after he wrote Rich Dad’s Cashflow Quadrant, Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing, Rich Kid Smart Kid, and Retire Young Retire Rich—all of which earned spots on the bestseller lists of the Wall Street Journal, Business Week, New York Times, E-Trade.com, Amazon.com and others.
Prior to becoming a best-selling author, Robert created an educational board game— CASHFLOW 101—to teach individuals the financial strategies that his Rich Dad spent years teaching him. It was those financial strategies that allowed Robert to retire at the age of forty-seven.
In 2001, the first of the series of Rich Dad’s Advisors books was launched. This team of professionals supports Robert’s belief that “business and investing are team sports.” In Robert’s words: “We go to school to learn to work hard for money. I write books and create products that teach people how to have money work hard for them. Then they can enjoy the luxuries of this great world we live in.
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