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Rich Woman: A Book On Investing For Women

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A Book on Investing for Women, Take Charge Of Your Money, Take Charge Of Your Life by Kim Kiyosaki,

Why do so many women accept the myth that men are better at investing? RICH WOMAN – which was self-published by The Rich Dad Company — addresses this self-sabotaging habit head on and teaches women the essentials about finance. Key sections include:

The First Four Keys to Being a Successful Investor – Arm yourself with some financial education, start small, put a little money down, and stay close to home.

How to Get Smarter Quickly – Financial jargon can be intimidating. Kim Kiyosaki teaches the three easy rules to raising your financial IQ — increase your vocabulary every day, ask the basic questions about money, and don’t worry about asking the wrong questions.

Why Women Make Great Investors – A recent Merrill Lynch report revealed that only 35 percent of women hold onto a losing investment for too long while 47 percent of men are guilty of the same mistake. Learn the strengths that women often have as investors.

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This book is for you if you:
• never want to lose sleep over money again
• want to take control of your financial future
• and are tired of looking for a “rich Prince Charming” and demand financial independence!

About the Author

Kim’s business career began in advertising, and her entrepreneurial spirit emerged shortly thereafter. She launched her first business venture in 1984. Since then she and her husband, Robert, have built several successful companies, the latest, along with partner Sharon Lechter, being The Rich Dad Company best known for the bestselling book RICH DAD, POOR DAD. Kim began her investing career in 1989.

After her first investment she soon realized that investing would be her road to freedom, and she pursued it fervently. Today she controls millions of dollars of investment property as well as other investment assets. A businesswoman and investor, Kim is passionate about teaching women the importance of investing and taking control of their financial futures.

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