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Beat conventional advice on personal finance, investing, and business with the author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki. Get ahead with his pull-no-punches style of challenging the advice we’ve all been given on money, investing, and the economy. Frustrated and frightened by the financial advice being given by the mainstream talking heads, Robert Kiyosaki sits down with professionals from the world of money, investing, business, and personal development. Listeners will be provided various viewpoints on how to set themselves up for financial success. If you’re looking for get-rich-quick tips and tricks to investing, move on. Listeners dedicated to the craft of finance and a better life, subscribe! New podcasts released weekly!

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Real estate investing is not for the faint of heart. It’s illiquid, there’s a time lag, and it requires good financial education. Robert and Kim Kiyosaki started their investing journey with small, single-family homes in the 1980s and graduated to larger, multi-family units as their experience grew.  Today’s guest shares where he’s looking, how he got started, and where he recommends beginners get started in real estate investing.  Grant Cardone, CEO of Cardone Capital, international speaker, and entrepreneur says, “The hard part for me, today, is getting the deal.” The big banks today, are getting the deals.  Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and guest Grant Cardone discuss the latest in real estate and what it means for new investors.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Dec 1

43 min 11 sec

Goodwill of Central and Northern Arizona is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to ending poverty through the power of work. Goodwill takes a holistic approach to employment by providing job seekers the tools to feel confident, purpose-driven, and successful. Goodwill empowers individuals, strengthens families, and builds stronger communities. Tim O’Neal is the President, and CEO of Goodwill of Central Arizona and he says, “By donating or shopping at Goodwill you are supporting our no-cost career services, which are available to anyone looking for a new job, education, or training.” Host Robert Kiyosaki and guests Tim O’Neal and Will Fischbach discuss how Goodwill is ending poverty through the power of work.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Nov 24

29 min 11 sec

In July 2021 democrats agreed on 3.5 trillion-dollar domestic spending plans, highlighting considerable spending to fight climate change. Today’s guest says this little-known commodity, carbon credits, will help all corporations reduce their carbon emissions and make money. Marin Katusa, author of “The Rise of America” says, “This will be the most important commodity of the 21st Century. Bigger than Gold. Bigger than Bitcoin. Bigger than Oil.” Some might say that the government is punishing large companies by forcing them to adhere to new “green” policies, but true Capitalists will find a way to make money while doing exactly what the government wants them to do.  Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and guest Marin Katusa discuss the most misunderstood commodity, and how to get rich by investing in the environment. Learn more about Marin Katusa at Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Nov 17

45 min 9 sec

Zillow reportedly has about 7,000 homes that it now needs to unload—many for prices lower than it originally paid. Today’s guests explain that Zillow’s pricing problem is the number one problem for new real estate investors.  Guests Brandon Turner and David Greene host the #1 real estate podcast, BiggerPockets, and they emphasize the best thing any investor could do is get educated.  David Greene says, “Real estate investors have to study the asset itself and macroeconomics. You have to adapt your strategy to what’s happeing with both.”  Host Robert Kiyosaki and guests David Greene and Brandon Turner discuss the latest in real estate and the best opportunities ahead in 2022.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Nov 10

46 min 22 sec

While it’s been predicted that the Fed may soon begin to “taper” the amount of money it creates each month, it is unlikely to stop printing money altogether any time soon. Today’s guest describes the Fed’s addiction to printing money as “monetary heroin” explaining that 40% of all money in existence in the U.S. has been created in the last 18 months.  Peter Grandich, the author of Confessions of a Former Wall Street Whiz Kid, says, “There are a lot of reasons to be cautious and bearish, and very few reasons to be optimistic and bullish.” Grandich also explains what he sees as the next great threat to the US—not terrorism or bio-warfare, but an economic time bomb of unprecedented proportion, additionally, Grandich exposes some of the dirty business of Wall Street. Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and guest Peter Grandich discuss market manipulation and the government’s addiction to printing money. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Nov 3

45 min 38 sec

In 1971, Nixon took the dollar off the gold standard and ushered in the age of currency. Now, every currency in the world is pegged to the dollar—and the dollar is pegged to nothing. In today’s episode, we discuss The secret to surviving the next few years is keeping your wealth in real money, not in the U.S. dollar. Buy things that hold their value and are exchangeable all over the world. Commodities such as gold and silver have a world market that transcends national borders, politics, religions, and race.  Today’s guest, Jay Martin, has hosted some of the largest investment conferences in North America, with a special focus on small-cap equities. He is an early-stage investor and the host of the Jay Martin Show, a podcast and YouTube channel that dives into the world of money and investor psychology. He says, “If you have the time to invest in being an investor in the speculative markets, once you receive profits, move them over to hard assets.”   Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki are joined by guest Jay Martin to discuss what’s happening in the commodities markets and why the dollar is toast and why you should move your “money” into better money. Website: YouTube: @cambridgehouseintl Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Oct 27

54 min 22 sec

A timeshare, often known as vacation ownership, is a commitment to pay for annual trips to the same resort or family of resorts for the rest of one's life. Today’s guests discuss the key factors to a positive timeshare experience. Henri Moreau, Founder of Timeshare Properties Inc., says, “Timeshares are a lot like marriage, when you’re in a good marriage you’re close to heaven, when you’re in a bad marriage you’re close to hell.” He goes on to give expert tips on how to avoid timeshare hell, and how to find the right timeshare for your lifestyle.  Timeshares can also be set up in a business entity for maximum tax benefits. Tom Wheelwright, Rich Dad Advisor on taxes, says, “There are times you want to own it as a business, from a tax standpoint, if you are using it as a business it’s much easier to show business proof if it’s set up in a business name.”  Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki are joined by guests Henri Moreau and Tom Wheelwright to discuss what a timeshare is, the pitfalls of timeshares, and the tax implications.  Questions for Henri Moreau? Tom Wheelwright: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Oct 20

38 min 7 sec

In the midst of “The Great Resignation,” people are quitting or choosing to be fired, and thus are turning to investments rather than find another 9-5 to earn income. Today’s guests explain that financial education is the most important thing you can do to win at real estate investing.  Robert Helms, the host, and founder of The Real Estate Guys™ Radio Show says, “The economic model for real estate is so simple, and the challenge is they get sold a big seminar package” that teaches them nothing about real estate.  Additionally, Russell Gray, Robert’s sidekick on The Real Estate Guys™ Radio and TV Shows says, “Discover your vision and assemble our team who are aligned with your vision.”  Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki are joined by The Real Estate Guys, Robert Helms, and Russell Gray to discuss their 25 years of experience and how the mindset of a real estate investor separates the winners from the losers.  Learn more about The Real Estate Guys™ - Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Oct 13

44 min 33 sec

In 1971, President Richard Nixon changed the rules of money because foreign countries being paid in U.S. dollars grew skeptical when the U.S. Treasury was printing more and more money to cover our debts, and they began exchanging their dollars directly for gold in earnest, depleting most of the U.S. gold reserves.  There’s been a significant under-investment in exploration by the world's major gold miners and it has resulted in a decline in minable gold. Today’s guest explains that there has been a 40% decline in gold reserves.   David Garofalo, Chairman & CEO of Gold Royalty Corp. says, “What they didn’t do is replace what they’ve been depleting.” He continues, “Our assets have been depleted and as a result, the production is declining. We can’t respond with supply because it takes a long time to find deposits, it’s capital intensive, and it’s risky.” Host Robert Kiyosaki and guest David Garofalo discuss what the declining gold reserves mean for the future of gold mining and its price.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Oct 6

48 min 39 sec

Chaos erupted at the Southern Border in Texas when over 10,000 migrants—including families, pregnant women, and babies—were waiting to be processed by US immigration authorities, just a week ago in Del Rio, Texas. Today’s guest says that as a result, Biden’s failed policies are undoing the very fabric that this United States is made of.  Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb says, “Our government has created the perfect opportunity for cartels.” And he goes on to explain the rise in fentanyl recovered by the Pinal County Sheriff’s department. Why does this matter? It matters, Lamb says, “Because it’s not staying in Arizona, it’s seeping its way into other states.” Host Robert Kiyosaki and guest Sheriff Mark Lamb discuss the failed policies of the Biden administration and the impacts on the Southern Border of the United States.  Learn more about Sheriff Mark Lamb’s organization: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Sep 29

30 min 5 sec

The Fed is neither Federal, a bank, nor is does it hold any reserves. The big question is, should we end the Fed? Today’s guest is a critic of the federal government’s fiscal policies, especially the existence of the Federal Reserve.  Dr. Ron Paul, a former Congressman and host of the Liberty Report says, “Big government would thrive if it didn’t have the Fed. It’s a taxing authority and an authority to control people.”  Additionally, Dr. Paul shares his insights on: The war in Afghanistan The constitutionality of vaccine mandates  The current state of the liberties and freedoms in the U.S.  Hosts Robert & Kim Kiyosaki and guest Dr. Ron Paul discuss how the U.S. and its bad economic philosophies have created monetary addiction leading to the largest asset bubble in history.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Sep 22

46 min 24 sec

The real estate market around the world is changing at a high rate of speed. In this special podcast Robert and Rich Dad Real Estate Advisor, Ken McElroy will be revealing the fundamentals and strategies that will serve you well during these – not so ordinary times.  They’ll share their experiences of starting small and leveraging repeatable strategies on their way to controlling $1 Billion in real estate and over 10,000 properties.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Sep 15

45 min 32 sec

The mainstream media will have you believe that the economy is on its way back from the devastation caused by the pandemic, but today’s guest says that the trends tell us another story.  Gerald Celente is the Founder and Director of the Trends Research Institute and publisher of the weekly Trends Journal magazine and he says, “America was the land of opportunity, that is no longer.” Further, Gerald explains that the “bigs are in charge”: Big Banks, Big Pharma, Military-industrial complex, Big Tech. And as long as the bigs are in charge, the economy is in big trouble.  Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and guest Gerald Celente discuss what trends are telling us about the future of the global economy and where you should be putting your money. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Sep 8

42 min 8 sec

War and business are very similar. They are both tough, often dangerous, environments. Today’s guest explains the recent events that have unfolded in Afghanistan and how, like in business, failed leadership, is the real story in Afghanistan.  Marine Veteran, Ryan, who completed 11 combat deployments, two as an infantry Marine, explains the history of the United State’s role in Afghanistan and ultimately what led to where we are today.  Ryan quotes General Patton who said, “No good decision was made in a swivel chair,” to describe the disconnect between what is happening on the grand and those in Washington D.C.  Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and Marine Veteran, Ryan, discuss the current events in Afghanistan and how failed leadership and no mission have ultimately led to the chaos we are seeing today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Sep 1

48 min 11 sec

A follow-up to the episode celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the day Nixon took the dollar off the gold standard, guest George Gammon is in the studio to discuss how creating unlimited amounts of money has created “monetary heroin.” George Gammon, a former entrepreneur, turned investor, and host of The Rebel Capitalist Show, says, “The Fed is buying $120 billion a month in treasuries and mortgage-backed securities creating basically quantitative easing, and they haven’t been able to stop. If our economy was healthy, they wouldn’t need to do $120 billion a month in quantitative easing.” Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and guest George Gammon discuss how the national addiction to debt could eventually end in hyperinflation, and the three things you should be investing in to prepare for a crash.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Aug 25

44 min 5 sec

R. Buckminster Fuller was a mentor to Robert Kiyosaki and in many ways is credited for inspiring the creation of The Rich Dad Company. Fuller was a was an American architect, systems theorist, author, designer, inventor, and futurist. Today’s guest, said “Fuller is one of the finest minds in the last 100 years. He thought in global terms, and that’s what Bitcoin is all about. Fuller anticipated the mindset of Bitcoin, if not the technology.”  Fuller speculated about a money made of energy by energy, which some people believe is what we know today as Bitcoin.  Max Keiser, the host of “Keiser Report” and the Orange Pill Podcast, is one of the most influential people in the crypto space. He says, “It wasn’t until Bitcoin came around that we had a new chapter in this idea of individual empowerment. Where people have the freedom to delve into their own spiritual journeys because they have unconfiscatable money.”’ Ultimately achieving individual sovereignty. Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and guest Max Keiser discuss how R. Buckminster Fuller predicted Bitcoin and new wealth.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Aug 18

49 min

In 1971, President Richard Nixon, without the approval of Congress, took the U.S. dollar off the gold standard and changed the rules of money—not just for the United States, but also for the world. Today’s guests discuss how this change allowed the United States to print almost unlimited amounts of money and create as much debt as it wanted. After 1971, savers became losers, debt became money, and the rich got richer.  Ken McElroy, Rich Dad Advisor on Real Estate, says, “We’re borrowing from banks at 3% or less, and inflation is way higher than we’re borrowing. So why wouldn’t you borrow other people’s money in the form of debt?” Rule #1 of the rich is for every $1 of asset you buy, you get a dollar deduction on your taxes. Tom Wheelwright, Rich Dad Advisor on Taxes, says, “The more assets you have, the fewer taxes you pay.” Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and guests Ken McElroy and Tom Wheelwright celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the day debt became money and savers became losers. Tom Wheelwright: Ken McElroy: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Aug 11

43 min 34 sec

Record-low mortgage rates and shortage of inventory are keeping the US housing market strong. Prices have been surging month-over-month breaking new records, but today’s guest says that real estate might not be as expensive as you think.  When you compare real estate to other commodities using the HCI, although it may seem controversial, it is clear to see the opportunity is now.  Commodities, unlike dollars, have intrinsic value. They are meaningful regardless of any currency. By comparing real estate prices to gold, bitcoin, oil, rice, orange juice, shares of the S&P 500, copper, air travel, college tuition, sugar, cocoa, and many others going all the way back to 1970, we can get a more complete understanding of where the market is now.  Jason Hartman, the Founder, and CEO of The Hartman Media Company and creator of The Hartman Comparison Index says, “By using data combined into an index and compare that index to housing prices, we can mitigate risk and have a lot of upside potential by using that data.”  Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and Jason Hartman discuss how measuring real estate to other commodities using the Hartman Comparison Index is the best way to understand where the value of real estate has been, where it is now, and where it’s going in the future.  Website: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Aug 4

46 min 8 sec

In an inflationary monetary system—growth forever—on a finite planetary system it equals total destruction. To avoid a financial system collapse, today’s guest explains why the world needs assets such as bitcoin, “the only asset that cannot be manipulated."  Jeff Booth, the author of The Price of Tomorrow: Why Deflation is the Key to an Abundant Future says, “Bitcoin forces a deflationary system.” In a deflationary system, thanks to technology, prices fall, people have to work less, and ultimately, we can do more with less.  Host Robert Kiyosaki and guest Jeff Booth discuss how Bitcoin saves the planet by creating a deflationary system, providing the broadest based abundance, and is in harmony with the environment.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Jul 28

45 min 11 sec

The average investor doesn’t understand the fundamentals of the markets, and so they buy because the market is going up…and everyone else is doing it. Today’s guest says the average investor is blinded by market euphoria.  Bert Dohmen, the publisher of the Wellington Letter, says, “There was $8 to $10 trillion of new artificial money being pumped into the system,” and now, in the reverse repo market the Fed is pulling out liquidy from the major banks.  Additionally, Dohmen suggests which markets you should be watching as signals for a crash.   Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and guest Bert Dohmen discuss the warnings signals that bubbles will be bursting and how you can avoid getting caught in one of the biggest crashes in history.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Jul 21

40 min 54 sec

The last year has revealed major cracks in the stressed economy and studying history allows you to understand the future. Today’s guest says there are important cycles converging and warns that the next ten years will be dark but there is hope.  Additionally, it seems the world is rejecting globalization and there is a technological revolution that is changing humanity, giving us decentralization.  Entrepreneur and investor, Mark Moss, says, “What we are seeing happen through every country in the world across every society, seem random to most, like a black swan event. But, once you understand the cycles, you will have a new framework or a new lens to view the events unfolding from, and it will become crystal clear.” Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and guest Mark Moss discuss how market cycles are the key to surviving the next ten years.  Listen to Market Disrupters here: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Jul 13

47 min 15 sec

The Federal Reserve Act of 1913 is meant to not only constrain the central planners but protect us from them. Some say that the Fed has been operating outside its legal authority. Finishing what Ron Paul started, George Gammon and Robert Barnes are planning to audit the Fed under the Freedom of Information Act.  Robert Barnes is a trial lawyer, with high-profile wins for clients in civil and criminal cases. He says, “We’re going back all the way to 1913 and request information to identify what their legal authority actually is.”  Additionally, this episode contains discussion on: Big-tech censorship Global wealth tax The legality of vaccine passports Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and guest Robert Barnes to discuss how free speech and free thought are in danger, and what resources are available to you to fight back.  More information from Robert Barnes: More information on End the Fed: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Jul 7

37 min 38 sec

We have this enormous gap between the world's haves and have-nots because the have-not’s value money—they work for it, save it, cling to it, and lose it. There is a war happening against your wealth, and today’s episode is a warning to move your “money” into better money.  EB Tucker, the author of “Why Gold, Why Now?” says “The United States uses the dollar as a weapon around the world.”  Now, Federal Reserve officials identified the wide adoption of digital currencies and are putting together a long-term digital dollar, the FedCoin.  One main concern with the FedCoin is today, when the Fed and treasury create money it gets funneled to the big banks but with the creation of the FedCoin those big banks would disappear, and we’d be forced to bank directly with the Fed.  Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and guest EB Tucker discuss everything from gold, the FedCoin, and how there is a war against your wealth. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Jun 30

38 min 25 sec

One Hundred Percent with Marcus Lemonis is a little bit of a masterclass, a cocktail party and a Sunday drive all wrapped up into 30 minutes with an audience invited to listen in. Marcus values family, community, character and ethics and helps small business owners who need his guidance and investment. His process is very personal and provides valuable insight through his ability to identify both problems and solutions. For years he has transformed the trajectory of businesses and the lives of its founders. Listeners will get to enjoy fun and unfiltered conversations centered around mentoring entrepreneurs. The entrepreneurs that Marcus invites onto the show are creating products or services that will impact the world for the better. In each episode, listeners will meet the most exciting generation of business owners, including Charles Barkley, Kathy Ireland, Al Roker and Nicole Miller, and all the innovative ventures coming to and disrupting the market. Marcus talks to CEOs, entrepreneurs, inventors and all kinds of new leaders in the only way he knows how, it gets personal. They also talk about something successful people rarely reveal, what they need to take their success to the next level. Marcus and the guest explore that question in an effort to solve that puzzle. Listen Here: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Jun 24

5 min 19 sec

What do tulip bulbs and cryptocurrencies have in common? Today’s episode proves that amateurs are at the highest risk for losing big when an asset is in a bubble.  You need only look at our crazes in modern times like the tech stock bubble of the early 2,000s, the sub-prime crisis in 2008, and even the designer fruit craze in modern-day Japan, where it can cost up to £20,000 for a square watermelon. Jim Rogers, a financial commentator, and successful international investor says, “If you want to be rich you should study history.”  Unfortunately, the average investor doesn’t understand the fundamentals of the markets. They just buy because the market is going up…and everyone else is doing it. Host Robert Kiyosaki and guest Jim Rogers discuss how we are doomed to repeat history if we don’t learn from history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Jun 23

40 min

Prager University is the world's leading conservative nonprofit that is focused on changing minds through the creative use of digital media. Taking full advantage of today's technology and social media, PragerU educates millions of Americans and young people about the values that make America great.  Marissa Streit the CEO of PragerU says, “If we lose free speech, we will lose America as we know it.”  As a Vietnam Veteran, Robert Kiyosaki fought to uphold the ideals of freedom, including Capitalism. He has spent most of his adult life educating people how to become financially free, which he believe is the basis for almost all other freedoms.  Host Robert Kiyosaki and guest Marissa Streit discuss how PragerU is fighting to promote liberty and wealth around the world.    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Jun 16

35 min 6 sec

Trillions of dollars of funny money are being created by the Fed, and for a lot of people, everything seems good. Unfortunately, the experience of today’s guest tells him otherwise.    Doug Casey is the author of “Crisis Investing” and a world-renowned speculator, libertarian, and philosopher who says, “I believe we’re well into what I call The Greater Depression. A lot of people believe we’re in a recovery now; I think, from a long-term point of view, that is total nonsense. We’re just in the eye of the hurricane and will soon be moving into the other side of the storm.”    Casey warns listeners that the U.S. government is acting the way the Argentine government has and fears that it will lead to a diminished standard of living and violence in the streets as thousands of Americans are under real financial pressure.    Host Robert Kiyosaki and guest Doug Casey discuss America’s economic outlook following the Fed’s printing spree over the last several years.    Read more from Doug Casey: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Jun 8

32 min 57 sec

The global money supply is $90 trillion and in the grand scheme of money, Bitcoin plays a very small role. Today’s guest warns listeners against investing in Bitcoin to “get rich quick”.    Anthony “Pomp” Pompliano, the host of The Pomp Podcast, and a respected voice in the cryptocurrency asset says, “The entire drop from $60,000 to $30,000 was all new investors selling their Bitcoin.”    Seasoned investors know better. They know that markets always go up and down. They know that when a bull market is hot, it will come crashing down at some point in time—and the higher a market rises, the faster and harder it crashes.   Host Robert Kiyosaki and guest Anthony Pompliano discuss the key factors to surviving bear and bull runs in cryptocurrency.      Listen to Anthony Pompliano on The Pomp Podcast at Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Jun 2

38 min 16 sec

Robert Kiyosaki’s mentor, Dr. R. Buckminster Fuller talked about the pace of technology and how we were “entering the world of the invisible.” To him, technology was advancing so rapidly that many people were blind to it. This is exactly what is happening right now as Green technology. It is taking off fast and quickly becoming more efficient than energy from coal, oil, and gas. But most people don’t see it. Marin Katusa, the author of the best-selling book “The Colder War” says, "The mainstream media in America tends to project a lot of doom and gloom about the direction of things, from the failure of the great American experiment to the collapse of the U.S. dollar. The reality is quite the opposite. Don’t get me wrong, there will be major economic dislocations, changes in patterns of international trade, new political alignments, and tensions, etc. But the winner is going to be America.” In his book The Rise of America, he looks at the history of the U.S. monetary system and its struggles, outlining clear weaknesses in our infrastructure that we must attend to if we want to outpace China’s growth in manufacturing, supply chains, and technological training.  Host Robert Kiyosaki and guest Marin Katusa discuss how you can get rich by saving the environment.    Learn more from Marin Katusa: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

May 26

48 min 2 sec

The world economy is in a precarious state, and the US economic problems are at the heart of the world's fears. At the center of the US economic problems is a weakening dollar, and today’s guest reminds us that all assets are in a bubble.  Harry Dent is a best-selling author and one of the most outspoken financial editors in America. He predicts “the biggest crash ever” and will most likely hit by the end of June, if not sooner.  “Fake earnings, fake GDP, fake interest rates and super-high valuations” make for an increasingly untenable situation, he warns. The expanding market bubble has been building since 2008. But the Federal Reserve keeps averting the next huge crisis by continuously “printing money.”  Listen as Harry Dent reveals his predictions for the price of Bitcoin, real estate, and commodities like gold and silver.  Host Robert Kiyosaki and Kim Kiyosaki and guest Harry Dent discuss what Harry calls the “biggest crash ever” and what you can do to prepare for it.    Get Harry Dent’s free newsletter: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

May 19

40 min 7 sec

Across the world, assets are in a giant debt bubble—some say it’s the largest in the world's history. Today’s guest says since the financial crisis of 2008 through the coronavirus pandemic, central banks have tried to prevent economic meltdowns by printing more money, and no politician has stepped in to prevent it.  John Adams, Chief Economist for As Good As Gold Australia says, “We see a 1.9 trillion dollar stimulus in the US along with a climate change package and numerous executive orders. Besides, they are planning increases in the minimum wage and higher taxes, all of which will have an economic impact.” As a result, the question most people will ask themselves is: where should I put my money to protect my wealth? Adams says, “Portfolio allocation changes dramatically depending on whether you believe we are headed for hyperinflation compared to if you believe we are headed for deflation.” Host Robert Kiyosaki and guest John Adams discuss the economic aftermath of unlimited printing of money and how to protect your personal wealth. Stay to the end to find out why Adams questions the origins of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.  Learn more from John Adams: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

May 12

35 min 26 sec

Most people think of investing as any situation where you put down money with the expectation of getting a return on your money. Unfortunately, what many people think of as investing is actually gambling. For years, most people invested in traditional stocks and bonds. Stocks and bonds followed sound economic and business principles. As retirement nears, millions of Baby Boomers are scrambling for deck chairs on the Titanic as the stock market grows into a giant bubble.  In this episode, Robert compares how the generation who thought bonds were a safe investment is no different than the speculators in cryptocurrency.  Robert gives this warning: with the inflation rate so low, the Fed will do whatever it takes, including launching another round of Quantitative Easing, to make sure that interest rates remain low. That is because the Fed understands that if interest rates go up significantly, the stock market and the property market will fall sharply, causing the US and the rest of the world to go back into a severe recession—wiping out the retirement of millions of people.  Host Robert Kiyosaki discusses why those who take the advice of their financial planners by investing in “safe” investments like bonds, could be in a world of hurt if the US finds itself back in a recession.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

May 5

34 min 32 sec

Last March, the Fed came in and started buying junk for cash by doing that, it has doubled the amount of artificial money flowing to big banks since 2008. As a result, today’s guest says, the Fed, by criminal standards, is laundering money through the banks.  Nomi Prins is the author of “Collusion: How Central Bankers Rigged the World” and a geopolitical financial expert who says, “You can think of money as a virus, it likes to find an easy host in which it can multiply the fastest such as in financial markets like the stock market.” With the injection of money by the Fed, all of this “extra money” has this artificial effect on the markets. Nomi continues to explain that as the Fed-inflated assets grow relative to real ones, the greater the inequality gap.  Host Kim Kiyosaki and guest Nomi Prins discuss what the post-pandemic market will look like and how you can prepare for what’s ahead. Find out more information about Nomi Prins publication “Rapid Growth Opportunities”: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Apr 28

38 min 31 sec

The simple definition of inflation is when prices rise and the purchasing power of a currency drops. It means that you can buy less with your money than you used to be able to. As Charles Holt Carrol said, "Inflation is the surest way to fertilize the rich man's field with the sweat of the poor man's brow." Robert Breedlove is the host of the podcast “What is Money?” and he says, “The US in 2021 is on equivalent monetary footing as France in 1791.” And the US is on track for its money to supply to quadruple by 2035.  In this episode, host Robert Kiyosaki and guest Robert Breedlove answer the question of how the falling dollar could cause “hyper-bitcoinization.” Also discussed is:  What the next ten years has in store for Bitcoin and the US dollar What will happen to the dollar by 2035 How every time a currency collapses, societies collapse What Robert Breedlove says will disrupt gold Listen to more from Robert Breedlove:  The "What is Money?" Show Podcast: The "What is Money?" Show YouTube: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Apr 21

38 min 44 sec

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Apr 15

6 min 9 sec

In economics, Gresham's law is a monetary principle stating that "bad money drives out good". For example, if there are two forms of commodity money in circulation, which are accepted by law as having similar face value, the more valuable commodity will gradually disappear from circulation. Today’s guest says, “This has been happening all throughout history.”  In this episode you’ll learn:  Bad Money (Fake gold) vs. Good Money (Real gold) Why silver is becoming more scarce and what that means for its price What the future holds for real gold and silver Kevin DeMeritt, Founder and Operator of Lear Capital, says, “Silver’s forecast is much better than gold, because the Biden Administration is looking at implementing a $2 Trillion green energy program.” Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and guest Kevin DeMeritt discuss what’s in store for gold and silver in 2021 and where you should be putting your hard-earned dollar.  OFFER FOR RICH DAD LISTENERS:  Call Lear Capital and learn more about owning physical gold and silver, and the first 75 callers will receive a silver mercury dime (minted in 1916-1945). Call in and get the FREE Information: 800-511-1960.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Apr 14

32 min 21 sec

On the bullish side, there is a GIGANTIC amount of money being pumped into the financial markets by the Fed, which is creating and injecting $120 billion into the markets every month.   On top of that, the Treasury Department has a bank account with more than $1 trillion in it; and it plans to spend all that money over the next few months. All this Liquidity is likely to put more upward pressure on the price of stock, property, gold, and other asset classes. Today’s guest is Richard Duncan who is the author of “The Dollar Crisis: Causes, Consequences, Cures.” He says, “There is a liquidity tsunami pouring into markets. Fortunes are going to be made on either side depending on who wins out.”   On the bearish side, people are nervous that Inflation is going to pick up sharply. This is causing interest rates to rise. Higher interest rates are making the markets very nervous and could cause a panic attack and a stock market sell-off. Higher interest rates could also cause the price of gold to fall.  Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and guest Richard Duncan discuss the liquidity tsunami pouring into the market and what it means for asset prices in 2021.  Offer for Rich Dad listeners: To receive 50% off your subscription to Macro Watch, visit and hit the Subscribe Button, and, when prompted, use the discount coupon code: rich  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Apr 7

36 min 45 sec

If you sold, mined, or traded cryptocurrencies in 2020, then this episode is for you! Tom Wheelwright, Rich Dad Advisor on Taxes, warns listeners as they prepare for filing taxes this year, “Anytime you use or trade your virtual currency, that’s a taxable event.” But what does trade mean, exactly? According to Tom, if you did anything other than just buy it, then you have to declare it—if you don’t it’s a felony.  In addition to the tax rules of cryptocurrencies, Tom and Robert discuss opportunities to pay less taxes on other commodities like gold, silver, oil, and solar. And as Tom predicts, Green Energy investors will be rewarded with incentives in the near future because every government wants cheaper energy.  Host Robert Kiyosaki and guest Tom Wheelwright discuss what changes are happening for gold, silver & Bitcoin, and how you can pay less taxes, legally.  To learn more about the IRS Tax code on cryptocurrencies, visit: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Mar 31

37 min

The average person in a developed country spends 25-35 percent of their life working to pay taxes. That means more than two hours of every workday are dedicated to feeding your government. Today’s guests discuss how instead of working to pay taxes, you can invest to pay zero taxes—legally! Tom Wheelwright, Rich Dad Advisor on taxes says, “The real purpose of the tax law in your country is to provide incentives to business owners and investors. The law would be three pages long if it were not for that. Instead, it has thousands of pages to give these incentives to business owners and investors.” Ken McElroy, Rich Dad Advisor on real estate says, “When we look at real estate, we are looking at it from a long-term, cash-flowing, pay-less-tax-strategy regardless of what’s happening in the market.”  Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki, and guests Tom Wheelwright and Ken McElroy discuss the exact formula they use for investing in real estate and how they pay zero in taxes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Mar 24

45 min 28 sec

We all define retirement differently. For most, it probably involves an island somewhere, a hammock, a good book, and a glass of wine sitting next to you as you relax for the first time in a long time. In this episode, paper asset experts discuss why for so many people across the globe this is a dream they’ll never realize, and how the 401(k) was never designed to make you rich.  As Tom Wheelwright, Rich Dad Advisor on taxes says, “These government-qualified retirement plans provide temporary tax benefits, but they’re also the reason most people will never be able to stop working for money.” Andy Tanner a Rich Dad Advisor and the author of “401(k)aos” and “Stock Market Cash Flow” says “If you plan to retire poor, the 401(k) is for you.” Hosts Robert & Kim Kiyosaki and guests John MacGregor and Andy Tanner discuss the tax advantages and disadvantages of paper assets like stock, bonds, mutual funds, and 401(k)s.  Tom Wheelwright: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Mar 17

40 min 31 sec

With a new Administration in the White House, there is a lot of speculation surrounding Biden’s tax plan and the impact it will have on business owners. In today’s episode, the guests discuss how you can take advantage of tax incentives regardless of who is in office.  The rich pay very little in income taxes because they don't earn their money as employees do. They know that the best way to legally avoid taxes is by generating passive income out of the right side of the CASHFLOW Quadrant—the Business (B) and Investing (I) side. Tom Wheelwright, Rich Dad Advisor and author of “Tax-Free Wealth: How to Build Massive Wealth by Permanently Lowering Your Taxes” says, "Tax laws are a series of incentives for Entrepreneurs and Investors. If you're going to make the big bucks and pay less taxes, you better focus on getting to the B / I side of the CASHFLOW Quadrant."  Garrett Sutton, the author of several books, including “Start Your Own Corporation” says, “It’s important to set up your entity to protect yourself from paying high tax rates and lawsuits.” Hosts Robert & Kim Kiyosaki and guests Garrett Sutton and Tom Wheelwright discuss the tax advantages for business owners and how to pay less tax legally.  Visit Tom Wheelwright’s website: Visit Garrett Sutton’s website: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Mar 10

35 min 30 sec

Robert Kiyosaki is well-known for the phrase “Savers are losers” and it’s never been more true than in today’s economy. In his book, today’s guest says, “As history reveals an ugly pattern of governments spending tomorrow’s hard-earned savings today leaving unknowing savers holding the bag.” What most people don’t understand is that this is all a well-orchestrated plan to keep things from collapsing. But if you have to understand what comes next you can profit.  EB Tucker the author of “Why Gold? Why Now?” says, “There’s a reason why the world’s elite count gold as a core asset. During periods of financial turmoil, it’s invaluable.” Tucker further explains, “Gold is the only asset that's not someone else's liability. Apartments rely on paying tenants, stocks rely on company profits, bonds rely on stable interest payments. Gold doesn't rely on anyone or anything for its value.” Host Robert Kiyosaki and guest EB Tucker discuss why you need to stop playing defense with your money, and why owning gold today is more important than any other time in history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Mar 3

42 min 44 sec

Today it’s clearer than ever, the problem facing millions of people around the world is the lack of financial education being taught in our schools. In this episode, our guests discuss how what the world needs more now than ever is entrepreneurs and investors with a high financial IQ, who have the financial education to understand money and how it works. Robert Kiyosaki learned about how money works by playing Monopoly® with his rich dad. He said, “Rich dad was using the game Monopoly to train me to think like a capitalist.” Rich Dad Advisor and the author of 401(k)aos and Stock Market Cash Flow teaches his two sons about money by playing the CASHFLOW Board Game and says, “The game has taught my kids what Capitalism really is.” He goes on to explain how the CASHFLOW Board Game is a weapon for capitalism.   Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki are joined by Rich Dad Advisor Andy Tanner and Millennial Money Host Alexandra Gonzalez to discuss how to transform yourself financially by playing the CASHFLOW Board Game.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Feb 24

40 min 43 sec

As of February 2021, there are over 1,750,000 podcasts worldwide and according to, 50% of all US homes are podcast fans. Today’s guest explains how even in a space that might seem crowded, there are plenty of opportunities.  Jeffrey Hayzlett the Chairman, and CEO of the C-Suite Network says, “If we were to look at the podcast business as a human, podcasts are in their teenage years.”  About C-Suite Radio: It is home to the fastest-growing business podcast network. Hosted by C-Suite leaders, thought leaders, and innovators, our shows take listeners on a thought-provoking journey to explore the challenges, successes, and failures of highly influential business executives. Hosts Robert & Kim Kiyosaki and guest Jeffrey Hayzlett discuss the secret behind a successful podcast and how one who has something to say can get started.  Would you like to start a podcast? Reach Jeff at Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Feb 17

37 min 10 sec

From universal basic income, mass manipulation of markets, to collateral mortgage-backed securities, today’s guest says, “For the uninformed, the Biden administration will seem like the best of years,” but as the informed already know, we are headed for what Robert Kiyosaki calls the “worst of times.” The CNN “Fear & Greed Index” is indicating “greed” as the emotion driving markets right now. This isn’t a surprise to most people as the pandemic has crippled millions of people around the world and are hoping for some relief. But as Kim Kiyosaki says, “As fear and greed go up, intelligence goes down.”  Bert Dohmen, the publisher of the “Wellington Letter” and author of “Prelude to Meltdown” and “Financial Apocalypse,” warns listeners that if you want to survive the next several years, you have to “keep your greed in check.” Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and guest Bert Dohmen discuss mass manipulation in the stock market and the signal for higher inflation, but how this is a time you can make incredible amounts of money if you know “how to use risk control.”  Website: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Feb 10

34 min 37 sec

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. To contact Peter Schiff and his team visit: Listen to Peter Schiff’s Podcast at Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Feb 6

46 min 18 sec

Today, people of all ages—young and old—are in trouble because their ideas about money aren't just old, they're obsolete. With bonds and interest rates at historic lows, residential real estate growing at its fastest pace in 6 years, stock markets at all-time highs, there’s really not many places to earn a yield on money right now. Crypto is taking a lot of the spotlight for that very reason. Crypto is up 300%. This is only going to cause more people and financial institutions to add crypto to their portfolios as FinTech companies open up more and more accessibility to getting it. Jeff Wang, cryptocurrency and blockchain expert says, “We didn’t expect the pandemic to create so much excess money. We’re seeing the stock market, real estate, and crypto at all-time highs.” And he says if you want to bet against the dollar, invest in Bitcoin. If you want to bet on technology, invest in Ethereum.  Host Robert Kiyosaki and guest Jeff Wang discuss the future of money in cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology, and how 2021 is going to offer more for investors than ever before.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Feb 3

40 min 9 sec

If you thought that 2020 was a difficult year, some experts are saying that 2021 will get worse before it gets better. From his perspective from the core of the financial system, today’s guest shares his economic predictions for 2021 and how the left is in what he calls the “hope phase.”  Raoul Pal, the Founder & CEO of Global Macro Investor and Real Vision Group Founder says, “They’re expecting utopia” when speaking about the incoming President Joe Biden.  Today’s conversation covers:  Ethereum vs. Bitcoin Central bank digital currency Why gold is holding its value What another round of stimulus means for mom and pop What it means for Janet Yellen to become Treasury secretary The future of pensions & 401(k)s Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and guest Raoul Pal discuss what you should look out for and more importantly what you can do about it.  Real Vision: Follow Raoul on Twitter: @RaoulGMI Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Jan 27

35 min 59 sec

As the Federal Reserve Bank keeps printing money, money becomes devalued. Some of the people most respected in the finance world are finally seeing this and they are moving to cryptocurrency as one of their solutions.  So what does the future of banking look like? Simon Dixon is the author of “Bank to the Future: Protect Your Future Before Governments go Bust” and he says, “For governments to meet their obligations that they simply cannot meet, we have to move to a completely new monetary negotiation in a Bretton Woods type negotiation.” This move makes the case that once these banks fail, customers will be forced to move to a digital system with the Central Banks.  Hosts Robert and Kim Kiyosaki and guest Simon Dixon discuss the future of Bitcoin and the case for digital currency in the future.  Website: Follow Simon on Twitter: @SimonDixonTwitt Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Jan 20

34 min 49 sec

In Wondery’s newest series, Business Movers, host Lindsay Graham dives deep into the inner workings of some of the most successful companies of all time. From the origin stories of their famed leaders to the million dollar idea that catapulted them to success, how exactly did these companies grow from an idea and a dream to multibillion dollar corporations? Hear the landmark decisions, the scandals, and the stunning triumphs that made them who they are. First up: Walt Disney. Listen at Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Jan 14

7 min 8 sec