Robert K - Melbourne Property Prices Too High

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From: Gordon Austin


It was interesting to hear Robert K (of Rich Dad fame) talking on the radio this morning. He ended the conversation by saying that Melbourne property prices are too high at present and it is best to wait till after the boom before buying. But should the boom continue for some time then look elsewhere.

Gordon
 
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From: Waverly Bay


Just out of interest - does Robert K own property in Australia?

cheers

Waverly
 
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From: Always Learning


From memory, in his books either Rich Dads guide to investing" or his latest "Retire Young, Retire Rich" he did say something about waiting and then investing in Australia in the early 90's.
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Actually I liked the most recent book "Retire Young, Retire Rich" overall I thought it his best book since the original "Rich Dad", well worth the cover price and your time to read it!
 
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From: Tibor Bode


Hi AL,

I completely agree with you, it is his best book by a mile. I just could not put it down when I got it. His writing and the ideas are just getting better and better. I can't wait for his next book!

Tibor
 
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From: Mark Laszczuk


In relation to his comment on the radio: Wow! What a revelation! Lucky for us RK is the ball cause if he didn't tell us that we were in a boom at the moment, we'd never have known! Thanks a million RK, you've saved ME a lot of grief...

Mark
'no hat, some cattle'
 
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From: Tom Moschitz


Don't overlook adding RK's Rich Kid Smart Kid to your library. With or without kids you'll get a lot out of it.

cheers,
Tom
 
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From: Ross Sondergeld


Hi Always Learning,

you said, "From memory, in his books either Rich Dads guide to investing" or
his latest "Retire Young, Retire Rich" he did say something about waiting
and then investing in Australia in the early 90's. Actually I liked the
most recent book "Retire Young, Retire Rich" overall I thought it his best
book since the original "Rich Dad", well worth the cover price and your time
to read it!"


I still like Robert K's first book.


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From: Eric Snow


Praise for Kiyosaki's books. Good grief, I don't know whether to laugh or cry.

"She can touch your privates but never your gold."

Eric.
 
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From: Tibor Bode


Eric,

You might personally do not think much of RK's stuff. His books are best sellers (must be lots of people who might think it is a value for them), and also thought on some unis (maybe the uni professors are on the same band wagon as the book buyers). I think that might not be sufficient to convince you that they might just be some value. As far as I am concerned, I personally would have been very happy if ANYONE would have given me the same basic financial education (non existent in traditional curriculums) as he did. His Cashflow games are much better than monopoly and Cashflow for Kids is my daughter's favourite game. Obviously we are ALL wrong in your opinion. Maybe you will be kind enough to put a positive line about what we should be doing?

I'll be keenly looking out for your advice

Tibor
 
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From: Always Learning


Dear Eric

I know your little head keeps popping in to this forum to deposit a typically useless and inflammatory remark! Add some value or just go away!
 
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From: Mark Laszczuk


Congrats, Eric, you've done it again. I marvel at your ability to get people to respond, it's marvelous!

Mark
'no hat, some cattle'
 
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