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A financial education video with Trump and Kiyosaki

Here's your chance to listen in on their conversation and hear straight talk on how they learned to rise above tough times…and how you can too.

Trump and Kiyosaki talk about the power of debt. They discuss how in today's economy debt can be a double edged sword. The more debt you procure the more financial education someone may need to manage it.

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  • Derrick Williams says:

    A conversation like this needs to be covered in High School and Colleges.

  • Nakib Sayyed says:

    This dropped into my recommendations after 10 years…. probably the nicest Donald Trump video I’ve seen in all these years

  • G OO says:

    Thank you for always a great lesson on financial education, Mr. Robert Kyosaki. I bought your book, “Rich Dad Poor Dad.” I’ve never been so financially educated. Thank you both for such a great talk.

  • Laptop Mode Life says:

    ❤️✍🏻I love your books guys! Thank you so much for teaching what the educational system did NOT teach me! You are some of my favorite EDUCATIONAL HEROS!

  • Thacien says:

    Powerful talks here, raising your standard mentally.
    thank you DT & RK

  • Richard 123 says:

    I remember when many people made fun of him when he stand for the president.
    Love him or hate him
    This guy is a legend.

    • Chris Sinclair says:

      A legendary failure.

    • Chris Sinclair says:

      8r04lif3 Please. He’s no billionaire the guys a fraud, a tax cheat and a con man, nothing more.

    • Chris Sinclair says:

      8r04lif3 Exactly. That’s why people we’re deluded into thinking Trump was some sort of succesful business man who would “Art of the deal” the country. The reality has been quite the opposite.

    • Amazing Life says:

      A phenomenal legendary failure! He single handedly turned America into a third world country. %80 of Americans are unhappy with the direction of the country! Enough said.

    • Tolesla says:

      @Amazing Life well those are some fake news

  • Brian Boyd says:

    You can tell Donald Trump has respect for this guy.

    • Bob Stone says:

      No, I couldn’t tell that at all. It’s definitely the other way around though.

    • Dont read my name says:

      @Bob Stone i dont know he is quite here usually he is not maybe Robert is his friend.

    • Dont read my name says:

      Mat but the most important thing they all making you fool by taking your time many of robert is a common man advice i dont know why they hype it wo much

    • Waltz says:

      Not at all. I thought it was the other way around, he was lookin be at Robert with a very condescending look.

  • S G says:

    People were fine with him back during this time.

    • Liam C says:

      Jim Johnson Why you here then? You obviously want to learn something.

    • Liam C says:

      Jim Johnson I don’t hate anyone’s gut.
      I wonder why you hate people so much.

    • Prax says:

      Jim Johnson Lots of us have made plenty of money from listening to these two, and have made our lives better and those around us that we know. There’s no perfect people, and I’m not a fan of the “lead you on to tell how to do it”, strategy. But the information they give is certainly good. It’s up to people to actually use it.

    • Prax says:

      Jim Johnson Strange definition of a “con” when it ultimately helps you out by an impressive amount.

  • Diana says:

    That´s what I call success in life! Much respect for these successful Gentlemen, who we can learn so much from!

  • Hailee Stone says:

    I like the fact that they don’t talk over each other. The respect they have to each other

  • John G says:

    Thanks in a million. Great content. Awesome. Very well explained. I couldn’t find this explanation–simply put anywhere else. Great teachers are hard to find. Grade: A++💥

  • Mathias Hauge Gade says:

    “Whatever makes you feel better about yourself, stronger, confident to want to do better”

    The best advice to give to any young person

  • Alex Stephanie says:

    Building wealth involves developing good habits like regularly putting money away in intervals for solid investments. Financial management is a crucial topic that most tend to shy away from, and ends up haunting them in the near future. Putting our time and effort in activities and investments that will yield a profitable return in the future is what we should be aiming for. Success depends on the actions or steps you take to achieve it. “You’re not going to remember those expensive shoes you bought ten years ago, but you will remember every single morning when you look at your bank account that extra 0 in there. I promise, that’s going to be way more fun to look at everyday”, I pray that anyone who reads this will be successful in life

    • Alex Stephanie says:

      Jamie Janny I agree with you Investment is the key to sustaining financial longevity . And not just any investment but an investment with guaranteed return .

    • Charles says:

      @Alex Stephanie yeah investment is the key to sustaining your financial longevity but venturing into any legit investment business without proper guidance of an expert can lead to great loss too .

    • Steve Ashley says:

      Exactly and many of us don’t know where to invest our money so we invest it on wrong place and to the wrong people

    • Mark Paul says:

      for sure the best broker i have ever seen , I invested $ 5k and she made me profit of $ 25k for me just in 5 days

    • Mark Paul says:

      Ever since I lost my job with the ministry , I have been surviving through my investment with her , am so glad I invested when I did . I’m earned alot with her on weekly basis .

  • DaGreatEscape says:

    Its so cool being able to see rich guys like this sit down a talk, what a time we live in

  • Sawyer Borris says:

    It amazes me greatly how I go from living an average lifestyle to making over 18k per month
    I’ve learned a lot over the past few years that there are plenty of opportunities in the financial markets; all it takes is just to focus on the right thing. Credits to Zachery Micah Demers

  • Rochelle Trembly says:

    I wish i learnt most of these principles about seven years ago. A lot of people have been trapped strongly in the matrix– Go to school, get a job, and then slave your whole life. Many miss out on life-changing information that could have great effect on their finances. I played with the stock market sometime in 2020, and I was surprised at how well it turned out. I want to put in $90k more into the market. I heard people are making really great returns despite the downturn. Any recommendations?

    • Philip Batt says:

      Avert too-good-to-be-true con tricks. Consult a fiduciary counselor; these professionals are among the best in the business and offer individualized guidance to clients based on their risk tolerance. There are undesirable ones, but some with a solid track record can be excellent.

    • Theresa HV says:

      Yes, I’ve been in constant touch with a Financial Analyst for approximately 8 months. You know, these days it’s really easy to buy into trending stocks, but the task is determining when to sell or keep. That’s where my manager comes in, to help me with entry and exit points in the industries I’m engaged in. Can’t say I regret it, I’m 40% up in profits just in 5months with my initial capital of $160k

    • Ellen Abrex says:

      @Theresa HV How can one find a verifiable financial planner? I would not mind looking up the professional that helped you. I will be retiring in two years and I might need some management on my much larger portfolio. Don’t want to take any chances.

    • Theresa HV says:

      I personally work with ‘Julie Anne Hoover’’ she covers things like investing, insurance, making sure retirement is well funded, going over tax benefits, ways to have a volatility buffer for investment risk. many things like that. Just take a look at her full name on the internet. She is well known so it shouldn’t be hard to find her.

    • Ellen Abrex says:

      @Theresa HV Interesting. I am on her page now doing my due diligence. She seems proficient. I wrote her an email and scheduled a phone call. How long do you think it will take before she replies?

  • yung says:

    The year is almost over and very glad about the decisions I have made so far. Investing in the market earlier this year regardless of the market conditions has saved my life. I made over 70k USD with a start of 25k in the last 7 months. I know it’s nothing compared to what others make but I’m glad I’m changing my finances

    • yung says:

      Spot on. The market presents different opportunities to create passive income, with the right skill and proper understanding you’re good to go.

    • Augusta J says:

      You’re right, the best time to buy in the market is when there’s fear. A huge part of my growth has also come during this bear market. This year alone, I have scaled from 180k to over 354k.

    • Augusta J says:

      I diversify my portfolio into real estate crowdfunding, stocks, and cryptomarket. Although I’m able to achieve this growing with *Olivia Charlotte Oswald.*

    • Sarah fletcher says:

      I’m very much aware of the great benefits of working with a pro but I haven’t found one for myself.

  • Julie Hyde says:

    Managing money is different from accumulating wealth, and the lack of investment education in schools may explain why people struggle to maintain their financial gains. The examples you provided are relevant, and I personally benefited from the market crisis, as I embrace challenging times while others tend to avoid them. Well, at least my advisor does too, jokingly

    • Jennifer Lawrence says:

      Investors should exercise caution with their exposure and exercise caution when considering new investments, particularly during periods of inflation. It is advisable to seek guidance from a professional or trusted advisor in order to navigate this recession and achieve potential high yields.

    • Bryan Held says:

      This is superb! Information, as a noob it gets quite difficult to handle all of this and staying informed is a major cause, how do you go about this are you a pro investor?

    • Julie Hyde says:

      Through closely monitoring the performance of my portfolio, I have witnessed a remarkable growth of $508k in just the past two quarters. This experience has shed light on why experienced traders are able to generate substantial returns even in lesser-known markets. It is safe to say that this bold decision has been one of the most impactful choices I have made recently.

    • Carole Conama says:

      Wow, that’s stirring! Do you mind connecting me to your advisor please. I desperately need one to diversified my portfolio

    • Sam Justin says:

      I’ve been thinking of going that route, been holding on to a bunch of stocks that keeps tanking and I don’t know if to keep holding or just dump them, think your Fin-coach could guide me with portfolio-restructuring.

  • Mike Robinson says:

    It’s scary how old this is, and relevant today; and incredibly accurate😢

  • thelastunicorn1987 says:

    “The market and the risk assets in particular price for somewhat of a goldilocks, soft-landing type scenario, I do have about $300k amount of capital to start up but I have no idea what strategies and direction I need to approach to help me make decent returns

    • Bastian Russo says:

      A solid strategy can be a key component of an investor’s portfolio. That way your investment is balanced and you don’t get to make so much losses.

    • Bobby Blue says:

      Speaking with an advisor helped me stay afloat in the market and grow my portfolio to about 65% since January 2022, This helped me stay afloat and improve my portfolio of $450k in months.They have strategies that are specifically suited to your long-term objectives and financial aspirations.

    • Nick says:

      my partner’s been considering going the same route, could you share more info please on the advisor that guides you

    • Bobby Blue says:

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