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Cashflow investor game by Robert Kiosaki

Cashflow investor

The aim of the game is to learn how to manage money so that it works for you and not you for it.

The game is playable in large groups of up to 8-12 people. At the beginning of the game you get to the rat race wheel and your first goal is to get out of there. As you move forward, you get richer, stronger and bigger. But this will only happen if you do things right and don’t make mistakes, for example, you may buy a boat and think it shows your status and luxury… But later that boat may turn into big expenses and debts for you.


The game doesn’t teach you to give up the beautiful life, but teaches you to understand when you can do it and when you can’t. The game includes stocks, real estate, business, marketing and banking.

The author wanted to help people learn how to manage their assets as efficiently as possible, to navigate the variety of financial instruments, stocks, real estate, prices. Maintain reports and have complete control over their money.

Cashflow is intended for all ages.

Cashflow 202 is a continuation of the first game in which you will learn how to invest in securities, use broker techniques and learn how options work.
The games simulate different situations from which your life can change considerably.

The game comes in a big box, containing a playing field, dice and other necessary attributes. A computer version is also available. The game will be of interest to all working people.

Robert Toru Kiyosaki

The Money Flow game is designed to give each player personalized feedback and a sense of choice. If a person draws a card with a boat drawn on it, and the boat turns out to be in debt, the question becomes, “Well, what can we do now?” The aim of the game is to teach players to think and find a way out of any situation.”

Robert Kiyosaki

Роберт Кийосаки

Robert Kiyosaki is an outstanding man who has figured out himself and the laws of money and the laws of the market. I recommend reading his books “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”, “The Cash Flow Quadrant”, “Get Out Young and Rich”.

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