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This book written by the author of Rich Dad Poor Dad , was written over the internet. Its a step ahead to Rich Dad Poor Dad and have practical implementation of the financial fundas principal through the tumultous times. This book as written over the intranet . Please do share your views on this . You may view the video interview of the author on the book : Conspiracy of The Rich : Rich Dad - Welcome to Rich Dad! <link updated to site home> ( Search On Cite | Search On Google )
About the Book

<link outdated-removed> will share Kiyosaki’s view of global economics and explore why people are now finding themselves challenged by these turbulent times. Kiyosaki will not only provide people with solutions to their financial problems, but explain what created today’s economic chaos — and how it can be eased. <link outdated-removed> will reveal that what appears to be the worst of times is actually an opportunity in the making, and a chance for people to invest in their financial education.
Read an excerpt from the book:
Back to the Future

Faced with such an overwhelmingly bad economy, President Bush pushed through a landmark bailout plan aimed at saving the economy, saying, “This legislation will safeguard and stabilize America’s financial system and put in place permanent reforms so these problems will never happen again.”
Many people breathed a sigh of relief, thinking, “Finally, the government is going to save us!” The problem is those are not the words of President George W. Bush. Those are the words of his father, George H.W. Bush. In 1989, the first President Bush asked for $66 billion to save the Savings and Loan (S&L) Industry. The $66 billion did not solve the problem. The S&L industry disappeared from sight. On top of that, the estimated $66 billion rescue package eventually cost taxpayers over $150 billion – over twice the amount originally estimated. Where did all that money go?
Like Father Like Son

Twenty years later in September 2008, President W. Bush asked for $700 billion making a similar promise, “We’ll make sure, as time goes on, this doesn’t happen again. In the mean time, we got to solve the problem. And that’s why people sent me to Washington, D.C.
Just as with the first President Bush, the estimated bailout cost was severely undervalued. By November 2008, the total bailout pledge through various Treasury <link updated to site home> programs was up to $7 trillion and today is expected to go higher. Where is all this money coming from, where is it going…and to whom?

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Incase you wish the chapters: Conspiracy of the Rich - update-74

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Prior to the concept of writting a book over the internet, here how it was written over the mobile phone. It was first published in Tokyo by Yoshi in 2003. This became very popular as it was convinient to write. The first Indian mobile novel ‘Neelakannukal’ (Blue Eyes) has been written in Malayalam and has been distributed free of cost to 600 mobile users.
For those who find ideas while waiting in the traffic or away from their laptops . Here's a suggestion to pen their work in their cellphone. A convinient suggestion is to note down those ideas in the calendar/notes section of your mobile phone so that you can download it to you pc/laptop to compile them into a full flegged book!
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