What You Will Learn from Reading this Book

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) of the United States defines an individual as an Accredited Investor if the individual has:

1. $200,000 or more in annual income or

2. $300,000 or more in annual income as a couple, or

3. $1 million or more in net worth.

The SEC established these requirements to protect the average investor from some of the worst and most risky investments in the world. The problem is, these investor requirements also shield the average investor from some of the best investments in the world, which is one reason why rich dad's advice to the average investor was, "Don't be average."

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Thinking Big and Getting Rich

Thinking Big and Getting Rich

From rags to riches – it happens more often than you might think. In fact, it could be you! Are you content with life as it is or do you find yourself dreaming your way to riches? If you answered yes, then you are definitely on the right track because without your imagination – without dreaming – you are not going to get there.

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