Rich Dad Radio Show: In-Your-Face Advice on Invest

Rich Dad Radio Show: In-Your-Face Advice on Invest


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 various viewpoints on how to set themselves up for financial success. If you’re looking for get-rich-quick tips and tricks to investing, move on. Listeners dedicated to the craft of finance and a better life, subscribe! New podcasts released weekly!



Think the election is about Trump & Hillary? Robert talks to White House- and Wall Street-insider, David Stockman. Stockman makes the case that the election has little to do with the two candidates. Drawing from his years serving Ronald Reagan, and also working for Solomon Bros, Stockman says politicians and bankers have driven people in Middle America to the brink of revolt.  Crony capitalism & corrupt politicians must go, or we’re doomed to continue on a collision course with economic tumult.

 GUEST: David Stockman

Air Date: Oct. 15, 2016


Robert talks to a Fed insider who explains how the sausage is made. In this case, the sausage is your money. Hear how the elites in The Fed protect big banks and hang you out to dry. Most importantly, find out what you can do to protect your wealth.


Robots, iPhones, drones. . .all this technology may actually be stagnating the economy. Robert talks to one of the world’s foremost economists who explains why economic growth is a thing of the past. Also, Robert speaks to a futurist who lists all the jobs that are being replaced by robots.


Legendary auto executive Bob Lutz joins Robert and Kim. Lutz explains why Tesla is a cult, and Elon Musk is no Steve Jobs. Find out why your car will be useless in 15 years. And hear how absolutely nuts some of America’s best-known leaders are. Lutz also offers candid tips for aspiring business leaders.


Successful investing today requires updated skills. Do you have them? Robert speaks with Dr. Alexander Elder & Rich Dad advisor Andy Tanner about what you need to adapt to market trends. Technology is speeding everything up, and what you relied on yesterday, may not work today. Robert, Elder & Tanner offer practical and accessible tips to investors of all levels.


Is gold a smart investment or a hedge against a volatile US dollar?  Robert talks to two of the gold industry’s best minds to find out if gold is the right investment for you. Find out why China and India are buying so much physical gold, and what it means for your 401k. As Robert always says, those who own the gold make the rules.





Find out why the best health insurance is free. Robert talks to his personal physician about Eastern medicine and Western medicine, and how each approach can keep you out of the hospital.  As Robert always says, the only thing more valuable than money is health.


What does it take to go from college intern, to start-up entrepreneur, to national brand to public company? Hear the valuable story of Angie’s List founder, Angie Hicks. Angie’s candid conversation with Robert and Kim offers vital tips for any entrepreneur, and is an inspiration to any listener.


Trapped in your job? Unhappy with the amount of money you make? Do you worry that you’ll never be able to retire? There’s a reason why, and it all starts in kindergarten. JW Wilson, founder of The Advanced Learning Institute, joins Robert and Kim to discuss the life-long risks a public school education poses to your future. Find out what you can do to avoid these risks and find success in your life.


Every successful entrepreneur must address these 3 ingredients: solve a problem, reach customers, scale your product. This week Kim chats with entrepreneurs who have earned their battle scars and trophies. Hear from Amy Jo Martin, founder of Digital Royalty, and Felena Hanson of Hera Hub. Both Amy Jo and Felena share tips on how you can SCALE, MARKET & SOLVE.


Who gives you advice? Can you tell if it’s good or bad advice? If your answer is “NO” or “MAYBE” then listen to what Robert, Kim, and Rich Dad advisors Tom Wheelwright and Garrett Sutton have to say about recognizing good and bad advice. Without financial education, any investor can fall prey to predators. Don’t be a victim.

The Broken Rule of 72  

What did you learn about money in school? Did any of you get any useful information on the thing that controls all of our lives? Have you ever wondered why the school system avoids this subject like the plague? This week we’ll Russel and Ross Brunson about how to use funnels to create entrepreneurship opportunities. We’ll also talk to Rich Martinez to hash out the reality of today’s financial world and how you’ll need to learn outside school if you want to survive.

Three Sides of The Coin  

If you know anything about Robert and Rich Dad, you know that we LOVE GOLD. Over the last few years, we’ve seen a lot of enthusiasm on both sides of the gold debate. This week we’ve got two very smart men, who simply don’t agree. Listen in to hear Harry Dent (The Demographic Cliff) and James Rickards (Currency Wars) give opposite sides of the gold coin. Your job is to listen to all the info and decide on which side the coin lands for you.

Business Battfield  

The military is the ideal training ground for entrepreneurs. MBA’s are clueless when it comes to having the guts and gumption you need to fight it out on the battle field of real business. You want to play with numbers? Get and MBA. You want to conquer and build an empire? Join the military. This week we talk with Jen & Eli Crane ( about how SEAL training can make a better business person.

No Crystal Ball  

We don’t have a crystal ball so we need to be able to read the shifts in the world to prepare financially. This week we talk with Jim Rogers (Investment Biker) about how to interpret the world’s emotional reactions to financial issues. From regional violence in the Middle East to the ramifications of Brexit, you’ll see that the best way to survive in this larger world is the explore and live in it.

The Northwest Spiral  

The United Kingdom has just voted to leave the European Union, what does this mean for the world at large and the U.S. in specific.

Buckminster Fuller said that the world was heading in a “Northwest Spiral” but what does that mean and how is it tied to the world economy? This week we talk with show favorite Richard Duncan as well as special guest Anja Manuel (This Brave New World) about the elliptical path of world economics and why you should be concerned about a swing through Asia.

Failure Is The Path  

Mistakes are how we learn, Mistakes are how we get better, Mistakes are how we innovate. Meanwhile in school if you make a mistake you fail and failing can ruin everything. The most innovative and world changing minds in history were those that leaned into failure. So why are we trained as children to fear and stifle the most powerful tool for growth we have? This week we’ll talk personally about our own failures and how they’ve shaped the path we take and the successes we enjoy.

The Five Year Plan  

If you knew you’d be out of work in five years, what would you do today? There’s more going on behind the scene that you can imagine. The U.S. dollar is poised to collapse. Why aren’t we educating ourselves? Why do we put our head in the sand? This week we talk to Matt Kerkhoff (Dow Theory) and Jerry Robinson (Follow the Money Weekly) about how we can prepare for the currency collapse on the horizon.

Makers and Takers  

Do you really think your financial planner cares about you? Do you REALLY think the people handling your money are on your side? Regardless of the current growth in our economy, you’re unlikely to see many benefits of it. Why? Where is the money going? The answer is NOWHERE. This week we talk with Rana Foroohar (Author: Makers and Takers) about how/why your dollars go into the finance system and never come out.

The T-Junction  

What is happening to the middle class? What is really happening to the economy? This week we talk to Mohamed El-Erian (When Markets Collide) about his thoughts on the stock market, the U.S. economy and the “T-Junction”. The road ahead of us is not yet set, we are not predestined to succeed or fail. Learn what the future may hold for you and how you can prepare for uncertainty.

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