Advice for Average Investors From Author of 'Rich Dad Poor Dad'

NEW YORK (MainStreet) -- Robert Kiyosaki expands his Rich Dad Poor Dad brand in a new book that defines what it takes for the average investor to become a highly successful investor.

“The difference has nothing to do with gambling or luck or 401(k) plans,” Kiyosaki said. “The difference lies in research, planning and discipline.”

Who Took My Money? (Warner Business Books, 2014) outlines the strengths of different styles of investing by first tackling the mindset of the average investor and then defining new ways to think like a professional investor.

Complimentary copies of the e-book are available at www.richdad.com while supplies last.

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