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Do You Have the Midas Touch? An Interview with Robert Kiyosaki

FTMWeekly Radio Show – Do You Have the Midas Touch? An Interview with Robert Kiyosaki

by on October 15, 2011 · 3 comments


Do You Have the Midas Touch? An Interview with Robert Kiyosaki

On this week's edition of Follow the Money Weekly radio, Jerry Robinson discusses the latest issue of the FTMQuarterly newsletter, provides a brief update on the stock market, and speaks with our latest addition to the Christian Financial Advisor Network, Jay Peroni, CFP. Jay is a 16 year veteran investment advisor that uses his own unique version of our P.A.C.E. investing philosophy. Also, Tom Cloud is here with his insights on gold, silver, and palladium prices in this week's Precious Metals Market Update.

Later, Jerry is joined by the author of the best-selling personal finance book of all time, Robert Kiyosaki. Robert recently teamed up with real estate mogul, Donald Trump, to write their latest book, Midas Touch: Why Some Entrepreneurs Get Rich – And Why Most Don't

And finally, we conclude the program with four questions that every senior should be asking right now about Medicare in this week's Retirement Minute

Friends, we have a great program lined up for you this morning… So get ready… You are listening to Follow the Money Weekly. The best hour in radio begins… right now!

Your Host: Jerry Robinson

(Economist, Best-Selling Author)

Jerry Robinson is an economist, published author, columnist, radio talk show host, and international conference speaker. Robinson has been quoted as an economic authority by USA Today, FoxNews and many other news agencies. His columns have appeared regularly in numerous print and web publications, including WorldNetDaily, Townhall, and FinancialSense. In addition, Robinson is also the Editor-in-Chief of the popular economic newsletter, Follow the Money Quarterly. He resides in Texas with his beautiful wife.

Special Guest Interview: Robert Kiyosaki

(Entrepreneur, Educator, Investor) Robert Kiyosaki is a successful entrepreneur, a financial educator, and a lifelong investor. He believes that the world needs more successful entrepreneurs. His latest book has been co-authored with real estate mogul, Donald Trump, and is entitled, Midas Touch: Why Some Entrepreneurs Get Rich – And Why Most Don't. You can learn more at

Precious Metals Market Update

Tom Cloud, Precious Metals Expert (Turamali, Inc., President) 

Thomas Cloud is the Chairman of the Board of Turamali, Inc. and has a long and successful advisory track record in both financial planning and tangible assets. His expertise as an financial counselor and thorough knowledge of the products he recommends has attracted an impressive list of individuals and major institutions from across the United States. Since 1977, Mr. Cloud has devoted his attention to all areas of tangible asset investing offering a "hands on" approach to each and every Turamali, Inc. client. For more information about Precious Metals Investing, click here.


The Retirement Minute with John Bearss

John Bearss, Retirement Specialist (Christian Financial Advisor Network) 

John R. Bearss is a Retirement Specialist with the Christian Financial Advisor Network. He has been successfully helping clients nearing retirement generate lifetime income streams for 25 years.



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Jim Paris October 17, 2011 at 4:13 pm

I have heard both good and bad about Robert Kiyosaki.  Some say he is just another 'infomercial guy' others really like his teachings.  What was your impression of him?  Is he a Christian?  Just curious.
Jim Paris, Editor-In-Chief


Curt Gandy October 18, 2011 at 6:52 am

After having listened to the interview with Robert Kiyosaki, I have to say that I would be ashamed to feature this man on my program if I were you.  This person, regardless of how much money he has, came across as arrogant, greedy, and a person of questionable moral character.  Certainly, his view of what Capitalism is diverges from my own viewpoint from the starting gate, as he seems to think it is defined by the adage "he who dies with the most toys wins".  To say things like 'working hard at your job will not get you anywhere' (my paraphrase, Kiyosaki was answering a question from Jerry as to how one would go from a lowly $50k a yr laborer to the lofty heights achieved by the author) comes across as the same advice I could get anywhere from any shyster on the street who is adept at pilfering money in one fashion or another from others who have more scruples.  You should take a look at the post on Tom Cloud's recent daily email to find out what I believe most of us with a right perspective on our economic situation would espouse, and forget about this person's greed based snobbery. It certainly doesn't come across as Christian advice to anyone listening in.

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