Investing means different things to different people and there is a huge difference between passive investing and becoming an active, engaged investor Rich Dad s Guide to Investing, one of the three core titles in the Rich Dad Series, covers the basic rules of investing, how to reduce your investment risk, how to convert your earned income into passive income plus Rich Dad sInvestor Controls The Rich Dad philosophy makes a key distinction between managing your money and growing it and understanding key principles of investing is the first step toward creating and growing wealth This book delivers guidance, not guarantees, to help anyone begin the process of becoming an active investor on the road to financial freedom

15 thoughts on “Rich Dad's Guide to Investing: What the Rich Invest In That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! (Audio Download): Robert T. Kiyosaki, Tim Wheeler, Rich Dad on Brilliance Audio: Audible Audiobooks

  1. Kay Bee Kay Bee says:

    I have to imagine that all of the reviews complaining about the repetitive nature of this book in relation to what was said in the previous two came from people who did not finish reading the book.Yes, the first half or so of this has already been covered in Rich Dad, Poor Dad and Cashflow Quadrant but the second half of the book covers key concepts in financial literacy such as what to look for and analyse in financial statements.

  2. Graffico Graffico says:

    Well worth reading to see how business has changed over the years and how easy it is now to become wealthier through easy to create assets.

  3. Sean Sean says:

    Full of blatantly fictional anecdotes and very little in the way of advice The advice that does occassionally appear is mostly vague and often unusable.

  4. didi didi says:

    Great book full of good tips After reading his books and following his channel i feel confident when it comes to my finances.

  5. Customer Customer says:

    This book could have been written in maximum 100 pages, it is full of ridiculous repetition, half way through the book and havent learned anything than what hat I have from his other book Cashflow Quadrant.A one paragraph point is made a chapter longAnd every now and then authers training courses and other products are mentioned, so you are in a loop from one book to another and from one product to other.I think the auther need to take the rubish out, and sell this as a small 100 page book, will make sense.Thanks,

  6. Charlene Charlene says:

    Im enjoying listening via Audible,The book gives not only investment planning it applies to different aspects of life and pre planning for our and our generations to come.Well worth a read or to listen to.

  7. rara rara says:

    It s essential reading for anyone who is in business or has a job and wants to seriously invest for the future Having read the book I feel I should have read it a long time ago Better late than never Thoroughly enjoying the second read.

  8. Jiri Studnicky Jiri Studnicky says:

    One of my favorite books It had a big impact on me when I was a child and read it You will start thinking differently about money

  9. Mister X Mister X says:

    Dies ist bereits nach Rich Dad Poor Dad und Cashflow Quadrant mein drittes Buch von Robert Kiyosaki und das bisher beste in meinen Augen.Das finde ich gut einfach geschriebenes Englisch, so dass es auch nicht Muttersprachler verstehen B2 Niveau ist ausreichend, um es fl ssig lesen zu k nnen Typisches US Taschenbuchformat, d.h trotz 600 Seiten super handliches Buch Kiyosaki untermauert seine Thesen mit netten Anekdoten Es wird viel Basis und auch fortgeschrittenes Wissen ber das Investieren und das Investitionen schaffen vermittelt Es geht dabei haupts chlich um die mentale Haltung, als um konkrete Investitionen Es wird wieder sehr deutlich und toll erkl rt, wieso Kiyosaki den Cashflow f r das A und O bei einer Investition h lt Englische Version deutlich g nstiger mit 5,99 bzw 6,99 deutsche 29,99 Nicht gefallen hat mir Kiyosaki wiederholt sich einfach viel zu viel Es ist mir bereits aus seinen vorherigen B chern bekannt und auch hier bertreibt er es mit unz hligen Wiederholungen, ja eher Vervielfachungen gar, was ich auf Dauer st rend finde.Alles in allem ist es dennoch ein sehr gelungenes und lesenswertes Buch und sollte von jedem Investor oder auch von dem der es werden m chte gelesen werden.Ich hoffe ich konnte Ihnen mit meiner Rezension weiterhelfen und w rde mich ber eine positive Bewertung freuen.

  10. A M Datta A M Datta says:

    First book tests your curiosity, Second book tests your patience and the third book tests your resolve.It is a great book if you want to get into the details of investing It s a valuable book for anyone looking to become a level 4, 5 investorif you know what I mean

  11. Jérémie Guignard Jérémie Guignard says:

    Some of the thoughts in this book are interesting, although they are certainly not original Mainly that many people struggle with money because they lack financial literacy Sadly this book will do very little to improve readers financial literacy I also cringed at the mention of the ideal business advocated by the author a multilevel marketing franchise a business model that largely preys on people s lack of financial literacy.On the content while it s true that it is by creating a profitable business that many people became wealthy, the majority of new businesses fail Focusing on success stories Bill Gates, etc is a typical example of survival bias It s misleading and not very helpful Creating a business is, indeed, risky, if it implicates giving up your current source of income, or blocks a significant portion of your savings.The author frequently states that it doesn t need money to make money but then also says the first million is the hardest That is a direct contradiction Not to mention that at any point where you think there might be some interesting advice, the advice is actually consult with your legal, tax, financial advisor Most people cannot afford professional financial advice So maybe it doesn t take money to make money but it certainly takes money to follow the author s advice.Also, the phrase don t work for money is absurd if you advocate the creation of a business Creating and running a business demands a tremendous amount of work, creating and running a successful business is _not_ the opposite of working.The advice wanders to the esoteric weird owning gold attracts wealth, don t make deal with people when their pet doesn t react well to youNow the style If you can pass the bizarre nomenclature CASHFLOW quadrant Why the all caps you will still be annoyed by the tell them like they re five tone used by the author and the unnecessary repetitions One thing the author writes that I agree with, is that he can t write.So I ll concede that reading this guide did prompt me to think about some of my financial decisions, I imagine it s the reason why it is so popular But that could have been achieved with a much shorter and better written text.

  12. Amit Kumar Amit Kumar says:

    The book is a good read and as intended is follow up on the foundation of rich dad poor dad It is a good read so if you want to read on the concepts, go ahead and buy it. s delivery has been good as always However, there is a small issue with the copy I received There are two pages in contents section which are jumbled and out of sequence and pages have turned pale instead of white which you see in books fresh out of printing press.

  13. Deepika Sumanth Deepika Sumanth says:

    First of all, Robert T Kiyosaki is one of my favourite authors.I like the feel of the book.Pages are very good as well as quality of printing.Have just started with book Couldn t tell much about content

  14. Mary Mary says:

    Basic ideas are good and are common sense, that is if you have any, but tax laws differ in Canada I am Canadian Does he have any ideas to save on taxes in Canada I know some but I m sure many are hidden somewhere I m sure the tax deductions are not the same in Canada and the US I guess I should ask my accountant.Also I do not like that he mentions that education is not important in the beginning of his book.It will confuse young readers I think knowledge and self discipline along with a will to succeed and setting goals are the way to go.Education is very important To be able to solve problems, listen, absorb and retain information are all part of education Time management and completion of tasks given are part of education You need education to get a half descent job to earn money.It s what you do will the money once you get it that matters if you will be successful or not.The gift of communication and negotiation is most important, along with will and self control.Maybe I should sell information on line on how to make a million dollars without working for it for 1.00 to 1 million people and I would be a millionaire The information I would sell for 1.00 is DO WHAT I DID Oh I think someone already tried that.I agree with many of the ideas in the book, but not all the time It depends on tax laws in the country you live in He wrote the book for people in the US and was also educated He should thank his parents for that I m sure my purchase of his books are contributing to his Cash Flow and also to his Assets I m passing his books to my grandsons Maybe taking up how to write novels like HARRY POTTER would do the trick.Thank you Canadian Grandmother

  15. sparsh goel sparsh goel says:

    A great beginner book on how to set your mindset on Investingthe book content is divided into three parts,each part plays it s importance targetting the thing that normally goes in one s mind whe they ask something about a topic Proper and yet simple explanation Good onereading richdad poor dad books in a series of three as rich dad poor dadcashflow quadrant and then investing will give one a detailed view on how things have to worked out A pile of content from which you can actually decide the way of your work Properly crafted and targetted.