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Rich Dad's Advisors: Guide to Investing In Gold and Silver: Protect Your Financial Future Paperback – August 28, 2008
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About the Author
Michael Maloney is a precious metals investment expert and historian and the founder and principal of GoldSilver.com. He serves as an advisor on Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad team and speaks frequently on commodities investing.
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A fiat currency means there is nothing behind the given currency. They are all just paper and ink "deemed" Currency. Mike has the heart of a teacher, and a good one!
There was not enough information about the Gold Confiscation of 1933. Maloney makes a good argument why people shouldn't worry about this on his web site at goldsilver dot com. I think he should have provided more explanation on reporting requirements and taxation, and I wish he would provide more explanation on the price manipulation of gold and silver, who is behind it and why.
I give him credit for not shamelessly promoting his own firm, because he had many opportunities to do so. Since his firm sells bullion, he glossed over some of the downsides of owning bullion and exaggerated some of the downsides of investing using other methods. For example, he neglects to mention the high capital gains taxes on bullion and how expensive it can be to store it. I think its reasonable to forgive some bias in return for the education you get out of the first 13 chapters, but you should take part four with a grain of salt.
I think anyone who takes their investments seriously will find the money and time spent on this book well worth it, but you shouldn't stop here. The author lists web sites, subscriptions, and suggested reading titles at the end of the book that you should also read to get a complete picture before you make any purchases.
Also recommended: Peter Schiff's 'Crashproof 2.0' and Turk's 'The Collapse of the Dollar'.
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