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Thursday, December 19, 2013

Kiyosaki : I follow Jim Rogers' Investments Advice

Who do you follow for investment advice?

Robert Kiyosaki

Robert Kiyosaki

This is a great question, and a very important question. In my opinion, it’s very important for people to seek out the best teachers and advisors. If you have bad teachers and poor advisors, your life will be one of pain and struggle. Think of it this way: If you go to a bad doctor, your health will suffer. If you get bad financial advice, your wealth will suffer.
My best advice comes from Rich Dad advisors, experts in their fields and my personal advisors. They all have Rich Dad Advisor books because they really are my advisors. A few of them are:
Ken McElroy is my partner in real estate and author of Rich Dad Advisor book The ABCs of Real Estate Investing. Blair Singer is a long time friend and my go-to advisor on team building and sales training. Blair’s books (Sales Dogs and Team Code of Honor) are vitally important books for entrepreneurs, because all entrepreneurs must sell.  When Blair trains the Rich Dad sales teams, sales go up and so does income. Tom Wheelwright is a CPA and my advisor on taxes. His Rich Dad Advisor book is Tax-Free Wealth. Since taxes are our single largest expense, Tom’s advice is priceless. He has saved me millions, legally, with strategies and knowledge that have meant paying less and less in taxes. Andy Tanner is a Rich Dad advisor on paper assets. His Rich Dad Advisor book is Stock Market Cash Flow.
Other people I follow are: Jim Rogers, author of Hot Commodities; Richard Duncan, author of The Dollar Crisis; Bert Dohmen, editor of The Wellington Letter; Jim Rickards, author of Currency Wars; Richard Russell, editor of Down Theory Letters; and Chris Martenson, author of The Crash Course and there are many more. 
These people are essential for my financial future. Finding advisors who are best for you could be the most important thing you can do today. - in kitco

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