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The Coming Oil Crisis

Posted on: Tuesday, April 18, 2006 | By: Robert Kiyosaki
How many of you are old enough to have been working in 1973? If so, you would've had the kind of economic experience I did at that time. But if you were in school or missed the period of the oil crisis, get ready because those times could return with a vengeance.

Booms, Busts, and Where Opportunities Occur

Posted on: Tuesday, April 4, 2006 | By: Robert Kiyosaki
"Is there a real estate bubble?" That's the question I'm asked repeatedly. When I reply honestly -- "I hope so" -- my questioners' fear occasionally turns into anger.

Investing: Go for Gold and Silver, Not Green

Posted on: Tuesday, March 21, 2006 | By: Robert Kiyosaki
I'm very bearish on the U.S. dollar and have been for years. That's why I have so many of them. This sounds like a contradiction, but let me explain. The reason I have so many dollars, even though I think they're worth less and less, is because I don't hang on to them. In my mind, cash is trash.

Investing: Assets That Are Lifeboats in a Shaky Future

Posted on: Tuesday, March 7, 2006 | By: Robert Kiyosaki
As retirement nears, millions of Baby Boomers are scrambling for deck chairs on the Titanic. For about 30 years now I have been watching a major financial disaster developing. Its contributing factors include the shaky financial foundations of Social Security and Medicare, compounded by most Americans' lack of financial education and entitlement mentality.

Why Many Aren't Securing Their Financial Future

Posted on: Tuesday, February 21, 2006 | By: Robert Kiyosaki
Most people know they should invest, just as most people know they should watch their diet and exercise. Nonetheless, millions of people -- I estimate that 80 percent to 85 percent of Americans -- don't invest at all. What I mean by this is that these people aren't active investors.
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