- exploding the myth that you need to earn a high income to be rich
- challenging the belief that your house is an asset
- defining once and for all an asset versus a liability
- explaining what kids need to know about money for their future financial success"
This is the first book I read about finance. And because of it, I think I will read some others too. The content is simple, in a good and bad way. It is easy for beginners to understand, but it does not provide much concrete knowledge, other than some principles and the author's experience....Continua
There too many discrepancy in this mediocre book.<br />I've watched a video of one of K.'s courses and in it he prevents from the question one would ask.<br />Like we are talking about two extremely rich daddies and so on.<br />If you are an ignorant abut investments and financial markets you can think he is a genius... <br />Really just a cunny man who sells a lot of lies to middle-class people who think can become millionaire just spending money buying his books and courses. ( I did not) <br />I'm glad these days have demonstrate his theories being a complete failure and a lot of people who followed his advice about real estate are in red.</p><p>note: his theories are not applicable to the Italian market....Continua