Doug Casey: The State of the World and the Coming Crisis – Robert Kiyosaki [The Rich Dad Radio Show]




As a financier, you always have to be looking out for the next huge thing. Nevertheless, when it pertains to long-lasting stable investments, the very best new thing is really the very best old thing. In this episode, Robert and Kim talk about gold and why it should be part of your portfolio right now.

Some of the highlights they enter into relating to gold consist of: Gold is not tied to any government body (unlike currencies), gold can be traded throughout the world, and with a looming depression on the horizon, purchasing gold can secure your cash better than nearly any asset.

Be sure to listen to the whole episode to find out more about the worth of gold, both today and in the future. Being prepared is the very best thing you can do as a financier.

To assist us comprehend the worth of gold, we turn to the infamous Doug Casey– the Indiana Jones of the investment world. They go over why gold is such an important product and why purchasing now is the wise move– not after the next crash.

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As a financier, you constantly have to be looking out for the next huge thing. When it comes to long-term stable investments, the best new thing is actually the best old thing. In this episode, Robert and Kim talk about gold and why it should be part of your portfolio right now.

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7 thoughts on “Doug Casey: The State of the World and the Coming Crisis – Robert Kiyosaki [The Rich Dad Radio Show]

  1. Rich Dad, What does one spend their wealth on in a genuine depression?

    Don’t goods and services grind to a practical stop in a genuine depression?

    Perhaps the philosophy of running away and building your ark is not as wonderful as advertised.

    The feudal age was a complete sh@t hole, I sure don’t want to go back there, laden with precious metals or not.

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