In Garrett’s first job in the financial services industry, he witnessed firsthand how Wall Street had built a mousetrap for the middle class. They tell you to put your money into complex investments you don’t understand, in a retirement account that you can’t touch until you’re old, and ask you to cross your fingers and hope it works out.
That’s not how the rich do it. Personal finance for the rich is about simplification, minimizing risk, and optimizing cash flow.
Please enjoy this special interview with Robert Kiyosaki, as Wealth Factory’s founder Garrett Gunderson, and Rich Dad Poor Dad’s Robert Kiyosaki go behind the curtain of Wall Street’s “Middle Class Mousetrap” and expose the critical differences between personal finance for the poor, the middle class, and the wealthy.