Robert Kiyosaki Talks About Saving Money and Buying Gold from KB Vision‏

Shooting the Sacred Cows of Money is an eye-opening mini-documentary that takes on our cultural myths about money and investing and takes you from the established mindset to the enlightened mindset about money—and to break the bonds of our culture’s destructive myths about money. In the process they’re putting a bullet to the head of bad financial advice. And helping you take charge of your financial future, which includes the necessity of buying gold to protect yourself against the widespread inflation that awaits.

Experts are advising their clients to have at least 5% – 25% of their assets in precious metals as a hedge against inflation. Discover the world’s first and only “private” Gold Bullion Savings program connecting the consumer directly to the Producer at KB Gold Vision. You can open up and start your own gold backed savings account for as little as $75. Refer others and get paid for doing so as well if you choose and accumulate more physical gold in your account.

Look around you. Do you really think your elected leaders have any clue on how we can emerge from our current financial disaster? You need to take action for yourself… right now! Start out by registering for your account at KB Gold and start buying gold today. Remember:

“Without financial education, your money flows to those who profit most from your financial ignorance.”

-Robert Kiyosaki

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