Die kennis en mag om te weet wat finansies is, waaroor die verskeie dele van enige besigheid gaan, die waarde van geld en dit wat gedoen kan word om self, families en volkslede onafhanklik te maak moet ons juis aanspoor tot groter hoogtes. Ons blanke volklede wat ons daagliks teen hierdie rassistiese swart bemagtigingsmuur te pletter loop asook die hoë misdaad, aanranding en moorde van geliefdes, maak ons nie net mank en arm nie, maar plaas ‘n groot negatiewe demper op ons vooruitgang en ontwikkelingsgees. Skool opleiding gaan nie altyd noodwendig oor finansies en hoe om ‘n ontwikkelde einddoel te bereik nie. Ons moet juis wegkom uit hierdie groef of vakuum van vernietiging en volksmoord – fokus op wat ons kan doen en bereik. Hier volg ‘n paar interessante video materiaal.
“My rich dad provided feedback, accountability, and encouragement throughout my life. Starting at nine years old, my rich dad (my best friend Mike’s father) would play the board game Monopoly with us for hours. I didn’t know it at the time but we weren’t just having fun playing a game. My rich dad was teaching us the basics of business and investing.”
One of the leading personal finance and business education expert, Robert Kiyosaki is a man born from a Yonsei generation of Japanese Americans. His first financial understanding came when he met his friend’s uncle whom he considered a “Rich Dad,” which later became the inspiration for his best-selling book “Rich Dad, Poor Dad.” Since then, he thrived, especially towards the youth, by teaching the fundamentals of financial education as a means to live debt-free and boost income to wealth.
Yonsei (四世, “fourth generation”) is a Japanese diasporic term used in countries, particularly in North America and in Latin America, to specify the great-grandchildren of Japanese immigrants (Issei). The children of Issei are Nisei (the second generation). Sansei are the third generation, and their offspring are Yonsei. For the majority of Yonsei in the Western hemisphere, their Issei ancestors emigrated from Japan between the 1880s and 1924.
The Most SHOCKING Interview You’ll Hear In 2020! – Robert Kiyosaki, Kim Kiyosaki, and Marin Katusa
Would you ever imagine that the American people are funding the cannibalism of our own industries? Thanks to something called dollar swap lines—which grants unlimited lines of credit to 15 central banks around the world—this is exactly what’s happening in the shadow banking system.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
1. What are dollar swap lines, and why you should care about them
2. Why the U.S. would give an unlimited line of credit to countries
3. Who approves the lines of credit
4. Who is going to get screwed when these countries don’t pay back the loan
And the most important lesson you’ll learn is if you own stock of a company that has assets in a country that didn’t get a dollar swap line you might be facing the most risk of all.
Risk management is one of the most important aspects of successful trading.
Kiyosaki is the founder of Rich Global LLC and the Rich Dad Company. He is also the creator of the Cashflow board and software games to educate adults and children business and financial concepts.
- The shadow banking system consists of lenders, brokers, and other credit intermediaries who fall outside the realm of traditional regulated banking.
- It is generally unregulated and not subject to the same kinds of risk, liquidity, and capital restrictions as traditional banks are.
- The shadow banking system played a major role in the expansion of housing credit in the run up to the 2008 financial crisis, but has grown in size and largely escaped government oversight since then.
Shadow banking is a blanket term to describe financial activities that take place among non-bank financial institutions outside the scope of federal regulators. These include investment banks, mortgage lenders, money market funds, insurance companies, hedge funds, private equity funds and payday lenders, all of which are a significant and growing source of credit in the economy.
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0:15:55 Chapter 1 The Rich Don’t Work for Money
1:29:01 Chapter 2 Why Teach Financial Literacy
2:10:14 Chapter 3 Mind Your Own Business
2:26:08 Chapter 4 The History of Taxes and the Power of Corporations
2:50:07 Chapter 5 The Rich Invent Money
3:40:17 Chapter 6 Work to Learn, Don’t Work for Money
4:11:51 Chapter 7 Overcoming Obstacles
4:50:32 Chapter 8 Getting Started
5:41:02 Chapter 9 Still Want More? Here are Some To Do’s
What is money? Leer wat is geld en finansies !
Robert Kiyosaki 2019 – The Speech That Broke The Internet!!! KEEP THEM POOR!
Robert Kiyosaki reveals the shocking truth about what’s coming in the future!
Een gedagte oor “Finances – Finansies – Robert Kiyosaki”
[…] Sometimes life hits you hard. It knocks you down, and you have the decision to stay down or keep getting up. I was trained by the military to push forward, so whether it’s in an aircraft with faulty turbans or any other setback in life. Successful people keep pushing forward. Believe in yourself and what you can do for yourself, your family, your friends and people around you. *Most people are trained to avoid mistakes. Rather, they always play it safe. Robert Kiyosaki’s rich dad said, “Some of the biggest failures I know are people who have never failed.” His point was that because people try to play it safe, they never take any risks. And because they never take any risks, they never get ahead in life. That is certainly not the case for today’s guest, the CEO, and Co-Founder of Nekter Juice Bar, Steve Schulze. Prior to launching Nekter, Steve worked for consumer-based companies in various sales, marketing, and management capacities, including spending over 10 years in the infomercial industry. Like many Americans, Steve found himself jobless after the financial crisis of 2008. This crisis provided Steve with a new perspective about what he wanted to do in the next chapter of his life—and so Nekter was born. From one single store in 2010 to now over 160 locations in 16 states nationwide, Nekter has become a clear leader in the elevated juice bar experience. In this episode, hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and guest Steve Schulze, discuss Nekter’s ups and downs, how they’ve become a leader in a $2.2 billion industry, his advice for entrepreneurs, and the three things to consider before becoming an entrepreneur. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ox8Nb1fx8rI&feature=emb_logo*You need all the pieces of the business triangle to be present in order to succeed not just a winning product.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlraStEW-I0*Last week there was a classic story of David versus Goliath playing out in real life when GameStop mania shook up the stock market. In this special episode of The Rich Dad Radio Show, Robert Kiyosaki and Peter Schiff discuss how to everyone’s surprise, David won. But last Wednesday, our guest predicted a much bigger short squeeze coming in silver. Peter Schiff, the host of The Peter Schiff Show podcast, says, “The one thing silver has in common with GameStop is a short interest.” Unfortunately, the average investor doesn’t understand the fundamentals of the markets, let alone how the stock market is overvalued. They just buy because the market is going up. Host Robert Kiyosaki and guest Peter Schiff discuss the overvaluation of GameStop and the correlation to silver, and where you should be putting your money in 2021.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xN2f_JEnbYY&feature=youtu.be*Finances – Finansies – Robert Kiyosaki* […]