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Friday, May 28, 2010

Robert Kiyosaki on Goldseek radio 29 May 2010

Robert Kiyosaki on Goldseek radio 29 May 2010




From goldseek.com website :
Robert Kiyosaki
is many things: an author of self-help books, an investor, a business man, as well as a motivational speaker. Without doubting though, Robert Kiyosaki is known best as the bestselling author of a series titled Rich Dad, Poor Dad. Robert Kiyosaki has become one of the leading voices in educating people in the area of developing their own personal finances. With twenty-six books in the Rich Dad series , Robert Kiyosaki has sold more than twenty-seven million books worldwide. His works have been translated in fifty-one different languages for markets in a hundred-and-one various countries across the world, eventually leading him to countless bestsellers lists across Asia, Australia, Europe, Mexico, and South America.

Robert Kiyosaki’s first book Rich Dad, Poor Dad was a sensational hit from the get go and has been on the New York Times best sellers list for six years as of November 2007. The sequel to Rich Dad, Poor Dad, Rich Dad’s Cashflow Quadrant also landed on New York Times best sellers as did a third book titled Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing . These three books were concurrently on top ten bestsellers for The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, USA Today, and The New York Times, which all just happen to report to Publisher’s Weekly. In reviewing publications of 2005, Publisher’s Weekly applauded Robert Kiyosaki and Rich Dad, Poor Dad for performing way beyond a publisher’s expectation. Robert Kiyosaki was also inducted in Amazon.com’s Hall of Fame in 2005, coming in the top twenty-five, at number twenty-three, just edging out the likes of such literary geniuses such as Tom Clancy and William Shakespeare (!). With all these accomplishments Robert Kiyosaki has become one of the most successful writers of motivational books of a financial nature.

The purpose and mission of Robert Kiyosaki is aimed to help people achieve economic success and stability. Robert Kiyosaki has a certain style in motivating, and his attitude towards money is defiant and pro-active. These values have found its way into his many books of the Rich Dad, Poor Dad series, and in their deliverance has helped many people understand how to make money work for them. Applying these learnt skills, which develops into financial literacy, and as Robert Kiyosaki believes, will create an understanding of how to use money in the real world. Concepts and attitudes, along with definitions of words such as wealth and assets, determines how somebody handles money, and the way Robert Kiyosaki understands it, if somebody has the right attitude and defines such key words properly than anyone will be on the right track in achieving financial success. Robert Kiyosaki stresses this point severely because he believes that if people learn how money works through various processes such as accounting, law, etc, people will have the right idea of how all money in the world is earned and spent. Robert Kiyosaki reinforces these ideas in a series of board game he has called Cashflow which has for its main theme things concerned with how all money in the world is made, created, spent, and accumulated.

If people would learn these skills they would understand how money works in the real world and would avoid falling into debt at an early stage in life. Furthermore, Robert Kiyosaki argues that the way people define such words as wealth and assets relates to how these people achieve financial security. Robert Kiyosaki believes that people think of assets as things like big screen televisions, cars and homes when really they are liabilities, expenses that eat into your income and in turn do not make any money. Robert Kiyosaki’s definition of assets is that assets are things that earn money, that generate income, and put money into your pocket, and not expensive, luxury, or material goods. So naturally Robert Kiyosaki believes that learning these skills a young age will go along way in developing an attitude that will make you smart about money and achieve wealth.

Robert Kiyosaki has teamed up with Sharon Lechter in the writing of the Rich Dad, Poor Dad books, and his wife Kim Kiyosaki in the Rich Dad, Poor Dad Corporation. All three of them, Robert Kiyosaki, Kim Kiyosaki, and Sharon Lechter are co-founders of the Rich Dad, Poor Dad Corporation. Mrs. Kiyosaki has developed her own line of Rich Women, Poor Women which expresses many of the exact same views of Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad, Poor Dad but in a different way, directed towards a different audience. Much of the success of the Rich Dad, Poor Dad Corporation is based on the reinforcement of financial principles, thus the Rich Dad, Poor Dad Corporation concepts and attitudes towards money are all expressed complimentary throughout all the different product lines. All the products mentioned up to now include all of Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad, Poor Dad twenty-six books, the Rich Women, Poor Women series, and the Cashflow board games , but the Rich Dad, Poor Dad Corporation also has an series of books that are more technical in nature but are meant to be comprehended easily and to provide an advisory account of different topics, not to mention the series of audio and visual products such as tapes, CDs, and DVDs and software.

As Robert Kiyosaki and Rich Dad, Poor Dad Corporation’s main area of expertise is in the financial world, and their major talent and success is that of educating the masses, it then would not be surprising to see them on many television shows, as radio guests on different radio shows, and of course their own lectures and events. All this positive exposure to the products of the Rich Dad, Poor Dad Corporation has lead to a vast subculture, a community of likeminded people sharing the same dream of financial success and security, and who are all willing to take the necessary actions to begin their pursuit. So it should be of no shock that Robert Kiyosaki teamed up with one of the most famous and successful real estate tycoons, Donald Trump in 2007 to co-write a book titled, Why We Want You To Be Rich , which tackles questions and fears that are arising in this time of economic uncertainty. With this community of followers, of believers in Robert Kiyosaki’s financial philosophies, than it should be of no surprise that Robert Kiyosaki will continue to be a source of inspiration in the pursuit of financial freedom for years to come.

Bob Chapman on The Alex Jones Friday 28th May 2010

Bob Chapman on The Alex Jones Friday 28th May 2010




Mr. Chapman also known as The International Forecaster is a 74 years old. He was born in Boston, MA and attended Northeastern University majoring in business management. He spent three years in the U. S. Army Counterintelligence, mostly in Europe. He speaks German and French and is conversant in Spanish. He lived in Europe for six years, off and on, three years in Africa, a year in Canada and a year in the Bahamas.

Mr. Chapman became a stockbroker in 1960 and retired in 1988. For 18 of those years he owned his own brokerage firm. He was probably the largest gold and silver stockbroker in the world during that period. When he retired he had over 6,000 clients.
Bob Chapman : you got to remove these people from the government
Starting in 1967 Mr. Chapman began writing articles on business, finance, economics and politics having been printed and reprinted over the years in over 200 publications. He owned and wrote the Gary Allen Report, which had 30,000 subscribers. He currently is owner and editor of The International Forecaster, a compendium of information on business, finance, economics and social and political issues worldwide, which reaches 10,000 investors and brokers monthly directly, and parts of his publication are picked up by 60 different websites weekly exposing his ideas to over 10 million investors a week.

In June of 1991, at the request of business associates, and due to retirement boredom, he began writing the International Forecaster.
Bob Chapman : do not expect the government to guarantee your bank account , it is bankrupt

Sovereign credit-default swap transactions face mandatory disclosure

extract from Bob Chapman's the International forecaster of 26 May 2010 : "Sovereign credit-default swap transactions face mandatory disclosure rules in the wake of the Greek debt crisis, the European Union’s financial services commissioner said. Michel Barnier said he would deal with the sovereign CDS market ‘very severely.’ Credit-rating companies should also be subject to tougher transparency rules when rating a country’s ability to pay back its debt, he said. ‘These people don’t like being out in the light of day,’ Barnier said of sovereign CDS traders. ‘We’ll flood them with light.’ German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy have called for curbs on speculating with sovereign credit-default swaps, which many blame for exacerbating Greece’s fiscal woes. They have also called for a review of European Union rules regulating credit-ratings companies."


Mr. Chapman also known as The International Forecaster is a 74 years old. He was born in Boston, MA and attended Northeastern University majoring in business management. He spent three years in the U. S. Army Counterintelligence, mostly in Europe. He speaks German and French and is conversant in Spanish. He lived in Europe for six years, off and on, three years in Africa, a year in Canada and a year in the Bahamas.

Mr. Chapman became a stockbroker in 1960 and retired in 1988. For 18 of those years he owned his own brokerage firm. He was probably the largest gold and silver stockbroker in the world during that period. When he retired he had over 6,000 clients.
Bob Chapman : you got to remove these people from the government
Starting in 1967 Mr. Chapman began writing articles on business, finance, economics and politics having been printed and reprinted over the years in over 200 publications. He owned and wrote the Gary Allen Report, which had 30,000 subscribers. He currently is owner and editor of The International Forecaster, a compendium of information on business, finance, economics and social and political issues worldwide, which reaches 10,000 investors and brokers monthly directly, and parts of his publication are picked up by 60 different websites weekly exposing his ideas to over 10 million investors a week.

In June of 1991, at the request of business associates, and due to retirement boredom, he began writing the International Forecaster.
Bob Chapman : do not expect the government to guarantee your bank account , it is bankrupt

Gold May Reach $1,500 by Year End

Citigroup's Heap Says Gold May Reach $1,500 by Year End



May 28 (Bloomberg) -- Alan Heap, a commodity analyst at Citigroup Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Susan Li about his forecast for gold prices. Heap, speaking from Sydney, also discusses how Australia's proposed mining-profit tax might affect iron-ore and coking coal prices. (Source: Bloomberg)


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