The stock market can be a scary place for your money (especially for the money you plan to retire on). And you don’t have to put your savings into stocks. But are the alternatives any better?

Robert Kiyosaki is one of the few financial “gurus” who doesn’t advise you to park your life savings in the stock market roller coaster. 

But is he as good an advisor as he is a motivator? In this episode, you’ll find out which of Robert Kiyosaki’s advice will help you grow your wealth—and which could destroy your future. 

Want to know which stock market alternatives work for you? Listen now! 

Show highlights include:

  • How FIRE lets you leapfrog Kiyosaki’s “Cashflow Quadrant” (without waiting until you’re 67). ([5:52])
  • Why going back to your 9-5 job isn’t a failure (even if your business is successful). ([8:17])
  • How believing Kiyosaki’s perspective on taxes could bankrupt you. ([14:20])
  • The scary truth about our financial system (and how to isolate yourself from its consequences). ([17:55])
  • Why “free money” could be the worst thing to ever happen to you. ([20:53])

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