Asset Prices, Debt, and a Liquidity Crisis – Robert Kiyosaki, Kim Kiyosaki, Richard Duncan

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The Rich Dad Channel

August 23, 2023

In this podcast episode, Robert Kiyosaki, Kim Kiyosaki, and guest Richard Duncan discuss various economic topics. They delve into the current state of the global economy, highlighting the impact of the COVID pandemic on government debt and inflation. They also touch on the student loan debt crisis in America and the lack of financial education in schools. The conversation expands to include discussions on investing in stocks, the China-Taiwan relationship, the economic outlook of BRICS nations, and the potential of artificial intelligence. The episode concludes with a focus on the importance of financial education and being prepared for economic changes.

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Please read carefully.

This is not financial advice. You may be asking, “What does that mean?”

Let me explain…

Do not just do what I, my team, or my guest say. That would be stupid and irresponsible. Take the education, then use your own brain and make your own decisions.

YOU must take responsibility for your future and your success. That is why you are here. Neither I, nor my team, nor my guests, know your risk levels, prior education, emotional maturity, or how much money you can afford to lose.

We are only telling you what we believe to be smart moves. But you must decide for yourself. There are NEVER guarantees.

Also, understand that we are REAL teachers. We practice what we preach. With that in mind, we often invest in the very projects that may be mentioned on this show. While it is never our intent, we could possibly profit from others investing in our recommendations.

Take the education we provide but then determine your own actions. If it does not make sense to you, get more education before you invest. We will continue to provide education and there will always be more opportunities.

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