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Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money

"Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money - That the Poor And Middle Class Do Not!" is a personal finance book written by Robert Kiyosaki. The book challenges traditional beliefs about money and encourages readers to adopt a new mindset towards wealth creation.

The book is structured as a series of lessons, with Kiyosaki drawing on his own experiences growing up with two very different father figures - his "rich dad" who was a successful entrepreneur, and his "poor dad" who was a highly educated but financially struggling government employee.

Kiyosaki's rich dad teaches him key principles about money that he claims the poor and middle class do not understand. These include the importance of financial education, investing in assets that generate income, and taking calculated risks to create wealth. Kiyosaki also stresses the importance of building a team of experts and mentors to guide you along the way.

Throughout the book, Kiyosaki challenges readers to think differently about their financial goals and strategies. He argues that many people are trapped in a cycle of debt and consumerism, and encourages them to break free by adopting the mindset of an investor and entrepreneur.

"Rich Dad Poor Dad" has been widely popular since its publication in 1997, and has been translated into multiple languages. It has been credited with inspiring many people to take control of their finances and pursue financial freedom.


High school freshman Finley Lewis is a self-taught day trader, and the author of 9 Rules to Dominate Your Money and Learn What 67% Of Adults Don’t Know.

He writes about financial literacy for teens, aiming to fill the gap the education system leaves in preparing young people for success in later life.

Finley has been an investor for three years, beginning his journey at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. He has always been passionate about money and had the importance of managing and spending it wisely instilled in him at a young age. The more he learned, the more he noticed the shocking absence of financial literacy teaching in school, and he became determined to share his knowledge to help other teenagers.

Wise beyond his years, Finley recognizes that the key to building wealth is time, and he’s dedicated to making sure young people have the knowledge they need early enough to get a head start.

Finley is a straight-A student and spends half an hour a day watching Spanish TV in order to learn the language. He volunteers in the community and loves baking (just ask his friends about his chocolate chip cookies!).

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