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Robert Kiyosaki Review
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Accurate Review of Robert Kiyosaki Training & Books

Robert Kiyosaki is most famous for his book, "Rich Dad, Poor Dad." But perhaps we should begin with his company's bankruptcy of October 16, 2012 - his Rich Global corporation filed corporate bankruptcy. Bankruptcy is never a good sign for someone who wants you to pay big bucks for his "financial acumen."

The research & in-depth analysis by John T Reed says more than we ever could.

When it comes to getting folks all fired up to get out and do something, Robert Kiyosaki is tough to beat. He would make a great football coach with his "pep talk" style seminars. But what counts is whether or not the materials he is putting out are worth the high costs. Frankly, based on our research and our own experience in the field of real estate, we don't believe he can deliver to any substantial degree. But we are open to opposing unsolicited views from his actual customers

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