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Best Richdadpoordad podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Richdadpoordad podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Business Bootcamp Podcast is made for small business owners. My name is Mike Andes. I started college at the age of 13 with full intention of going to medical school. I went to school for an MBA and now I own a landscaping company, an Anytime Fitness gym, and 3 online businesses. I share my highs, lows, and experiences being an entrepreneur. You can learn from my mistakes and identify with the day-to-day struggles of a small business owner. Call in or ask a question online and get concrete a ...
 
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 variou ...
 
We live in the most revolutionary and inspiring time in history, yet our culture settles for a mediocre life, not the one they dream about and deserve. The Mission of The Wealth Standard Podcast is to empower you to take control of your life, your career, and your wealth and to ultimately achieve financial independence. Society has programmed us to take orders, from our educational system to the way we save and invest. And what is the incentive? To someday, retire? If 1987, 2001, and 2008 we ...
 
The Mobile Home Park Investors Podcast is the world’s first podcast dedicated to mobile home park investing. This weekly podcast explains the intricacies of this unique real estate niche and details why an investor would want to own a mobile home park, either directly or through a real estate fund. Current manufactured housing community owners will find this podcast helpful in improving their mobile home park’s operations and profitability. The Podcast is hosted by Jefferson Lilly and Brad J ...
 
Welcome to the most 😲 offensive 😲 real estate podcast online! Jordan Stanley Payne is an entrepreneur out of Montana who began wholesaling then transitioned to buy and hold. In the past year he has mentored over 1,000 people and helped countless people begin to get free. This is the no fluff, no bullshit reality about real estate and being an entrepreneur!
 
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Gold became money as determined by the free market because of its properties—scarcity. But with the invention of Bitcoin, we are now seeing a historical event that will never be repeated. What makes Bitcoin so special is that prior to Bitcoin there was no other form of money with its absolute limited supply. Bitcoin’s characteristics make it a dire…
 
SUMMARY: Bad habits – not lack of knowledge -- are the most common reasons people go broke. John MacGregor joins Andy to discuss the habits you can develop today that will help you preserve your wealth. SHOW NOTES: 3:41: What’s The #1 Reason People Go Broke? 6:30: Why Do So Few People Make A Financial Plan? 10:30: How Is Losing Wealth A Behavioral …
 
In the midst of an economic crisis that none of us has any control over, it would be interesting to know what the government is doing. Does bailing out companies really work? What things do we need to understand to make sense of this crisis? , the Founder of the and host of , returns to the show with Patrick Donohoe for a short but insightful discu…
 
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are now challenging the hegemony of the U.S. dollar and other fiat currencies. In May 2020, a historic event cut the daily incoming supply of Bitcoin from 1800 Bitcoin per day to 900 Bitcoin per day—a sort of quantitative hardening—opposite of what the Fed is doing by printing trillions of dollars. Central banks, …
 
When it comes to investing, it’s important to be smart and informed. You got to differentiate between what you're feeling or thinking and what the reality is, because education mitigates that emotion and allows you to make the best decision possible with the money you have saved. On today’s show, Patrick Donohoe chats with , a full-time investor sp…
 
In 1997, the book Rich Dad Poor Dad was self-published because every publisher Robert and Kim offered it to turned it down. Most publishers sent rejection letters stating, “We are not interested in your book at this time.” A few more honest publishers thought Robert’s ideas were ridiculous. As a result, Robert and Kim turned to self-publishing. Thre…
 
When the coronavirus pandemic struck in the United States, the FDA was forced to closely monitor the medical product supply chain, including disruptions to supply or shortages of critical medical products in the U.S. because many of the components for those in-demand products are manufactured in China. In a statement in February 2020, the FDA said,…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has undeniably thrust us into very unfamiliar ground. Economies are crumbling; systems are collapsing; the future remains unknown and unpredictable. With all these things happening, some of the most significant questions anyone wants to know are: Will things go back to normal? Will the economy rebound? In this episode, Patrick…
 
Most people are trained to avoid mistakes. Rather, they always play it safe. Robert Kiyosaki’s rich dad said, “Some of the biggest failures I know are people who have never failed.” His point was that because people try to play it safe, they never take any risks. And because they never take any risks, they never get ahead in life. That is certainly…
 
When it comes to wealth and inequality, it can be challenging to have a meaningful debate or conversation, especially with somebody that has an opposing point of view. On today’s show, and Patrick Donohoe tackle these issues and share some insights on how you can take the right approach to inspire, educate, and have a positive influence over anybod…
 
Online crime often succeeds because of failure across a variety of systems and as technology changes, cybersecurity becomes increasingly more difficult to maintain. Those that are committing online crime usually operate open source and somewhat freely exchange information. The result is a criminal community that is more educated and much quicker th…
 
As the global financial crisis spreads and the Fed prints more and more money to try to save the U.S. economy, the average person is wondering how can they avoid being caught in the next crash. First, you must understand that the mess the U.S. is in has been happening since 2008. Mortgage-backed securities were the pin that popped the bubble in 200…
 
SUMMARY: The COVID crisis has collapsed the economy, yet the stock market has rebounded. Discover why stocks are up when the rest of the economy is down. SHOW NOTES: 9:17: Is There Any Data That Support The Market’s Rise? 10:17: Is There Historical Context To Explain The Economic Collapse? 15:24: How Does Fundamental Analysis Impact Stocks? 18:46: …
 
There’s no getting around the fact that we are going to experience a crisis in the financial system, and no amount of government efforts to introduce liquidity is going to solve it. How can you survive, nay, thrive amid a crisis of this unprecedented scale? Joining Patrick Donohoe on the podcast today, financial strategist thinks this is the best t…
 
The Fed has been printing trillions of dollars, and the amount of debt that has been added is insurmountable. America was already the largest debtor nation in the history of the world and in the last month they have added staggering amounts of debt and they continue to add more and they're printing more money. Why? Today’s guest, one of the world’s…
 
While nothing in this world is ever permanent, the current situation we are living in is definitely more than the change we have been expecting to see. The COVID-19 situation is becoming more felt by the day, challenging our financial capacities. Continuing from the previous episode, Patrick Donohoe reveals the rest of the top five financial action…
 
The Federal Reserve, the United States central bank, has “printed" more than $2 trillion since the global economic crisis began, and when the Fed prints money it makes the price of assets like gold, silver, and Bitcoin go up. As Robert Kiyosaki says, central banks are run by the “controlling elite.” These elites do not like gold because central ban…
 
Central banks have created a “milkshake” of different currencies and pushed liquidity into the global economy. As of 2016, the US started raising rates while the rest of the world was “mixing” the milkshake. As a result, raising rates acts as a straw that sucks the capital into the United States. So what is the outlook in the post-coronavirus econo…
 
We are right smack in the middle of a crisis, and we are yet to see some ripple effects that will profoundly impact almost every aspect of our lives. Now is the time to be prepared and take some essential financial actions that will allow you to seize the opportunities that come once the worst is over. In the first episode of this two-part series, …
 
“Investing is a plan.” In order for Robert and Kim Kiyosaki to retire young, they had to have a plan, a plan that started with nothing because they had nothing. The plan had an exit, and it also had a time limit. For many, however, the current financial crisis has disrupted the plans of millions of people to retire in the near future. For the major…
 
SUMMARY: Oil prices are rising after reaching historically low prices. Discover what you need to know about the oil sector during the COVID crisis. Mike Mauceli, CEO of REI Energy, joins Andy. SHOW NOTES: 6:41: Why Did The Saudis & Russia Start A Price War? 10:16: Why Do Lifting Costs Vary So Much? 16:12: Is Russia Trying To Put U.S. Frackers Out O…
 
In a world under pressure, in crisis and constantly changing, continuous innovation is necessary to adapt to developing situations. Without continuous innovation, problems don't get solved, and we don't have the chance to move forward into the future. is the Founder, CEO and Chief Innovation Officer of . Sitting down with Patrick Donohoe, Jonathan …
 
Do You Have the DNA of a Wartime Leader? A peacetime leader takes the safe route. They follow the rules of: go to school, get a good job. They are worried about being perfect, but accept the bad. And make committee-based decisions. You might even be one. In contrast, wartime leaders bring peace of mind through strength and a sense of security. They…
 
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