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Assets and liabilities serve as the central focus of this episode of Millennial Money featuring Robert Kiyosaki. Robert dismantles a pervasive misconception—that your house is an asset. This idea is debunked to underscore the importance of understanding the true nature of assets and liabilities in one's financial journey.

Robert goes on to propose that people themselves can be assets or liabilities. The discussion extends to the financial responsibilities associated with caring for family members. This aspect brings forth the idea that while family can be a source of emotional support, they can also be financial obligations.

Examples of human liabilities, with a focus on financial commitments such as alimony and child support. This serves as a stark reminder of the financial responsibilities that individuals may have to shoulder in various life situations.

This episode not only clarifies the distinction between assets and liabilities but also underscores the importance of financial literacy, cash flow management, and the multifaceted nature of financial responsibilities in the context of family and personal finance.

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  • Yannick Emmons says:

    Hi Mr. Kiyosaki! First of all, thank you for teaching us all this priceless lessons and for sharing your lifetime experience. I read almost all of your books and I’m slowly starting to see some results! I just have one question for you if you don’t mind : Instead of buying things that depreciate, I enjoy finding rare antique items at a really good price that goes up in value with time… Do you consider rare antique items an assets?

  • Douglas de Rainville says:

    Thank you for walking the talk guys,Robert being responsible through self thinking,learnings,plus teachings brings truth to a level of understanding for and all Women and Men of the lands.Been following you’s from the 90th always and ready in giving your most precious ” time.”Bravo to you’s and all who do so.Enjoy !!!

  • Rebecca Rogan says:

    Thank you for putting together this intelligent and easy to understand series. Many blessings to you for this kindness!

  • C V says:

    My favorite part in Rich Dad poor dad was when Rob wanted to buy a Porsche and Kim told him to buy a rental property to pay for the Porsche. The point is that you keep the House AND the Porsche. If you straight up buy the Porsche, you don’t get the house.

    A friend of mine recently received an inheritance from her mother, a house that is completely paid off in Arizona worth around $300k. She sold the house and bought a car. What did she do wrong?

    She could have kept both the house AND the car had she just rented out the house. Now she lost the house and only has the car and she’s still broke.

  • Legatong Ranoto says:

    I really appreciate these videos.
    It’s surprising to me how basic financial knowledge like this is such an impressive and new thing to many in the comment section. This goes to show how important having financial education be at the core of our education systems would be.

  • Kola Olugbenro says:

    This is a great deal. Am a financial expert though the financial terms are not new to me but I so much appreciate the unique and beautiful ways the points were driven home. A perfect presentation that no one can restrict.

  • Jamal Raymond says:

    The best thing I learnt during the pandemic was having passive sources of income , and I am grateful as the experience of the pandemic really opened my eyes to possibilities , it’s important to have back up plans , as it is said “ you haven’t started making money till you can make money in your sleep” “let your money work for you” I am glad I did and I am glad I met Mr Kent white as he has been my a wonderful financial advisors and trader .

  • Ghani Ghani says:

    I’m glad I pulled through, despite the crises. I am retiring next yr at 55 with 3 houses paid off worth 4.5 million . One is my place of residence the other 2 properties will give me $80,000per/yr rent . I will have an income stream of $20,000 per yr through my super which gives me total $100,000 a yr to live comfortably . I have no debts … Stay Motivated!!!

    • Tahiri Said says:

      That is so amazing, I’m trying to get onto the housing ladder at 40. I wish at 55 I will be testifying to similar success…

    • Ghani Ghani says:

      Credits to ROCHELLE DUNGCA-SCHREIBER, she saw me through the process. You can glance her name up on the internet and verify her yourself. she has years of financial market experience…<>

    • Tahiri Said says:

      Heard many good recommendations about ROCHELLE DUNGCA-SCHREIBER by some YT channels, Seminars and other platforms.

    • Tahiri Said says:

      Thanks so much I was able to find her page and I already leave her a message.

    • James Abdelkarim says:

      The quickest way to make your first millions is to invest directly with an expert that is trustworthy and has made a name and individual billionaires … You have done great for yourself. I understand the fact that tomorrow isn’t promised to anyone, but investing today is a hard thing to do for me now because I have no idea of how and where to invest in. I would be happy if you could advise me based on how you went about yours, as I am ready to go the passive income path.

  • Laura clover says:

    I appreciate your approach to teaching.. To my understanding this just proves how much we need an edge as investors because playing the market like everyone else just isn’t good enough, we just need to hold onto our hopes and wait to see how things turn out because market movements are almost always unpredictable. In my portfolio, I’m noticing more red than green. How are other people in this market raking in over $350k gains within months

    • Olivia Miller says:

      While there’s more pain to come, investors should look for stocks like Royal Philips NV and Alstom SA that have been beaten down enough that they’re a bargain or get a good portflio manager

    • Thomas Quin says:

      I agree, I’ve been in constant touch with a Investment advisor for approximately 17 months. These days, it’s really easy to buy into trending stocks, but the task is determining when to sell or hold. That’s where my advisor comes in, to help me with entry and exit points , I’ve accrued over $337k from an initially stagnant reserve of $148K all within 18 months

    • James William says:

      I need a guide so i can salvage my port-folio due to the massive dips and come up with better strategies. How can one reach this advisor?

    • Thomas Quin says:

      @James William My consultant is Deanna Lynn Renfro, She has since provide entry and exit points on the securities I focus on. You can look her up online if you care supervision. I basically follow her trade pattern and haven’t regretted doing so

    • James William says:

      This recommendation literally came at the right time, I dipped by $16k in stocks last week alone. Its crazy! I just looked up Deanna online and researched her accreditation. She seem very proficient & I wrote her detailing my Fin-market goals.

  • Ermamae Anjebel Culas says:

    The way you enlightened young millennials is very practical. You’re one of the interesting people I want to follow. Thank you for the great content!

  • Tom Townsend says:

    Just what I needed to watch.
    My wife and I are directors of our farm business and own property, plus small pensions. I am nearly 55, my wife is 52.
    We have started to save to retire from the farm, and possibly live on rental income, I’d really appreciate you go LIVE and talk about how to earn passive income online and retire comfortably, let’s say $1M.

    • Andrew Chandler says:

      Find stocks with market-beating yields and shares that at least keep pace with the market for a long term. For a successful long-term strategy I recommend you seek the guidance a broker or financial advisor.

    • Roberto Saviano says:

      Very true , I diversified my $400K portfolio across multiple market with the aid of an investment advisor, I have been able to generate over $900k in net profit across high dividend yield stocks, ETF and bonds in few months.

    • Elliot says:

      @Roberto Saviano Please can you leave the info of your investment advisor here? I’m in dire need for one.

    • Roberto Saviano says:

      @Elliot You can do your research and be on the lookout for one with intelligent strategies who’ll help your portfolio maintain an unwavering and a progressive growth. Isabel Cecilia Ramsey is my FA. She has the Flexibility & Expertise to Meet Your Needs. Verify her yourself

    • Zan Rowe says:

      @Roberto Saviano
      I just looked up Isabel online and researched her accreditation. She seem very proficient, I wrote her detailing my Fin-market goals and scheduled a call.

  • Robert Thurmond says:

    Fortunately, I had a college economics teacher that taught me a lesson at 18. That lesson was: for every huge, frivoluos purchase you make, you need to have an investment double it’s worth, this doesn’t necessarily mean you should always invest when you make a purchase, it simply means living within your means. Varied sources of income is wise and especially like i said, living within your means. Whenever you’re about to make a huge, dumb purchase that doesn’t add value think about taxes and how you get your income. I made $272k combined net last year and paid no Federal taxes.

    • Donald Locher says:

      Right there with you. I’m retiring early, no debt. Kids are taken care of. Building my dream home on 11 acres, looking over the river valley. there are loads of ways to make a killing right now, but such high-volume near impeccable trades can only be carried out by real-time experts.

    • Serene Whopperman says:

      @Donald Locher Inflation is over 10% here in the UK, but as we know it’s definitely way more than the Government would like to admit. My plan is to earn more passive income and ride this out, can your Investment-adviser assist?

    • Donald Locher says:

      @serenewhopperman2924 Sure, the Investment advisor that guides me is “James Fletcher Brennan” and he’s renowned and has quite a following. So it shouldn’t be a hassle finding him. Just look him up.

    • Robinson Baker says:

      @Donald Locher There are a lot of strategies to make tongue-wetting profit especially in this down market, but such sophisticated trades can only be carried out by proper market experts…

    • steph meldrich says:

      @Donald Locher he really seems to know his stuff. I found his website, read through his resume, educational background, qualifications and it was really impressive. he is a fiduciary who will act in my best interest. So, I booked a session with him

  • Jeffrey Hulkman says:

    These are very valuable rules for anybody who wants to get rich. Unfortunately, most people who will watch this video will not really be able to apply the principles. We may not want to admit, but as Warren Buffett once said, investing is like any other profession– it requires a certain level of expertise. No surprise that some people are losing a lot of money in the bear market, while others are making hundreds of thousands in profit. I just don’t know how they do it. I have about $109k now to put in the market.

    • Marco Polo says:

      Understanding personal finances and investing will most likely lead to greater financial independence. By being knowledgeable about money and investing, individuals can make informed decisions about how to save, spend, and invest their money. I know someone who made over $350k in this recession influenced market, but to the best of my knowledge, it was through a financial advisor.

    • Trade Kings says:

      Yeah, financial advisors could make a lot of difference, particularly in a market such as this. Stocks are pretty unstable at the moment, but if you do the right math, you should be just fine. Bloomberg and other finance media have been recording cases of folks gaining over 250k just in a matter of weeks/couple months, so I think there are a lot of wealth transfer in this downtime if you know where to look. I have been using an FA since 2019, and I return at least $121k ROI, and this does not include capital gain.

    • Jeffrey Hulkman says:

      Mind if I ask you to recommend how to reach this particular coach you using their service? Seems you’ve figured it all out unlike the rest of us.

    • Trade Kings says:

      I personally work with Kate Elizabeth Amdall”” 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 he

    • Jeffrey Hulkman says:

      She appears to be well-educated and well-read. I ran a Google search on her name and came across her website; thank you for sharing..

  • GamingwithWealthy says:

    Being 25 watching this and hearing that you bought ur first property at that age and started to profit from the earning even if we’re just a little. Is beyond motivating to me I’m locked in and truly eager to learn more.

  • Raul Romero 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.

    • Julie Hyde 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.

    • Sam Justin 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?

    • Raul Romero says:

      Through closely monitoring the performance of my portfolio, I have witnessed a remarkable growth of $483k 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

    • Eliza Thackston says:

      I’ve actually been looking into advisors lately, the news I’ve been seeing in the market hasn’t been so encouraging. who’s the person guiding you?

  • Invest Tour says:

    I admire your teaching method. It underscores the necessity for investors to possess a unique advantage. Conforming to the market norm falls short; we must maintain optimism and await outcomes, given the unpredictable nature of market shifts.

  • Augusta J 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

    • Augusta J says:

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

    • yung 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.

    • yung 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.

  • Todes Cove says:

    I have made it here, and even if I’m to late to implicate to my life, I hope to learn to teach my sons. They deserve the opportunities I’ve missed

  • yung says:

    Robert kiyosaki is beyond amazing. Whoever’s reading this hope you find success.

  • gerald.t says:

    With inflation running at a four-decade high, a Recession is now the ‘most likely outcome for the economy. How can I grow my portfolio to outpace inflation and maintain a successful long-term strategy? I have been reading of investors making about $250k profit in this current crashing market, and I need ideas on how to achieve similar profits.

    • Code Blue says:

      You’re right! The current market might give opportunities to maximize profi.t, but in order to execute such effective transactions, you must be a skilled practitioner.

    • James Scott says:

      On the contrary, even if you’re not skilled, it is still possible to hire one. I am a project manager and my personal port-folio of approximately $750k took a big hit in April due to the crash. I quickly got in touch with a financial-planner that devised a defensive strategy to protect and profit from my port-folio this red season. I’ve made over $150k since then.

    • Brian Whitehawker says:

      Glad to have stumbled on this conversation. Please can you leave the info of your investment-advisor here? I’m in dire need for one.

    • James Scott says:

      credits to LEILA SIMOES PINTO, one of the best portfolio manager;s out there. she;s well known, you should look her up

    • Lucas Williams says:

      Thank you for this Pointer. It was easy to find your handler, She seems very proficient and flexible. I booked a call session with her.

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