The 7 Levels of Investors – Part 7

Level 6: The Capitalist

This is the final level of investor in The Cashflow Quadrant™ by Robert Kiyosaki and Money Secrets of the Rich by John Burley. It is a level attained by very few people and even those that do get there often do not remain here.

These people usually come from the “B” and “I” quadrants (from the Cashflow Quadrant™) and are often in both. They have two principle motivations: to be good steward of their money and to create and leave a legacy.

These people are the movers and shakers of a country and have provided jobs and security for many. Many people think of rich people as greedy and ruthless however at this level they are almost always generous people who contribute hundreds of millions of dollars to causes and charities. Such examples include Bill Gates, The Rockefellers, Dick Smith and Richard Pratt family (Aussies) and my all time favourite Entrepreneur Richard Branson.

Level 6 people not only create large amounts of wealth they also create legacies of innovation, efficiency, employment, and philanthropy.

As we complete the 7 levels of investors ask yourself the question “what level am I?” Be honest with yourself … and then ask yourself another question “What level of investor do I want or need to be in the future?”
If the answer to these two questions is different then I encourage you to become educated.

Please let me know if you have enjoyed reading about the 7 levels of investors and any distinctions you may have made.

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