Rich Dads - Retire Young Retire Rich, - Good
Rich Dads - Who took My Money, - Bad to Average
Rich Dads - Guide to Invest - Terrible
Retire Young Retire Rich:
The 1st book really motivated me, it was simple and interesting, and it gave brief examples of how to do it. i,e, Buy Assets, Not liabilities, Buy assetts that in the form of Real-estate, Paper assets and Businesses. Learn what real assets are. But IT DID NOT REALLY LEAVE ME KNOWING HOW TO DO IT. It did inspire me to buy his next book though.
Who took My Money:
This book was bad, It was boring. I kept waiting for the Meat. For the main course, I found it in the middle towards the end. As with most of his books, the main point or gold nugget is very small, and burried deep. He waffles like there is no tomorrow. Continually going over the same point about 20 times. He relays his conversation word for word, and I was left reading ands then thinking... "Yeah dude, I got it, whats your point?" The main point from this book, was: Move your money, Get your original money out of the asset as soon as possible, while keeping control of the original asset and then buy a new asset. Good advice, but To fill a whole book!!! I dont know how he does it.
The Last book I read. Was: Guide to Investing..
Absolutely Total Rubbish!!! The book holds no gems, just more repeated stuff, advice from the Fictitious "My Rich Dad" and direct boring conversational quotes such as, "I wasn't seeing the Lesson, Rich dad was trying to teach me, and then I saw it, and I realised what it was Rich dad wanted me to learn" - This book, has great headings, the headings you think, "Ah here is what I have been continuing to read this tripe for." He knows how to market his books, he knows how to copyright, and he knows how to price his merchandise. I would like to see what the Board Game "cashflow 101" looks like or hear from people who have played it. But I don't particuarly want to give that gentleman any more of my money.
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