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By author Morgan Jassen on wieldsilver.com

2021-01-23 20:31

Review of “CASHFLOW® Classic” (FREE) Game Online

In 2020 was the second time I actually played the "CASHFLOW® Classic (FREE)" game online. (At https://www.richdad.com/products/cashflow-classic (in 2020.)) My reactions: * I'm glad the Rich Dad¹ book previously introduced the following to me: income statement, assets sheet, and more. * I'm thankful I read the Rich Dad book previously because Lechter's persona in the book told how to play, how to win, and that it may be hard. * I am glad the online game can be a 1-player game to start, and no time limit. Thus no rushed feeling nor competition emotion. * I'm thankful I previously read an online review about someone doing solo playing. Thus solo playing seemed normal. * The online CASHFLOW® Classic game shares concepts with a Youtube product review: "Cashflow for Kids Game | Teaching kids how to manage money" ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98krMlG-OxQ on the "Young Money Masters" youtube channel (in 2019 or 2020)). * Having previouslywatched ^this Youtube product review, set my expectaions and set me up for winning! * I was glad to play any CASHFLOW game. Fortunate to play for free. (only needed to sign up for a free account first) * As I have been too frugal (i.e. cheap) to front the 75 or so silver-grams² price tag for the real Cash flow board game. * This, my second time playing, I was able to "get out of the rat race" within about 30 minutes, after some few dozens of dice-rolls. * I noticed I was excided to need to grab a calculator! * While playing, I wanted to calculate the value of different assets, liabilities, and opportunities. * I wanted to calculate assets' positive and negative monthly cash flows and compare them to each other. * I wanted to accurately decide what were good deals and what were not good deals. In summary, I liked the game, and even after a couple of games have already learned a lot from it. Later I will play more and learn more! ¹ Rich Dad, Poor Dad - Robert T. Kiyosaki - Warner - 2000 - https://bpl.bibliocommons.com/item/show/4682215075 ² Silver Spot XAG=X | USD $26.74 | https://www.reuters.com/quote/XAG=X | Therefore 2020-09-11 (SILVER 1 gram = USD $0.94) Scratch calculations: * ~~~ Silver Spot XAG=X | USD $26.74 | https://www.reuters.com/quote/XAG=X 1 ounce = 28.35 gram, therefore: ( $x / 1g. ) = ( $26.74 / 28.35g. ) Now: 2020-09-11 SILVER 1 gram = USD $0.94. Previous: 2020-05-25 SILVER 1 gram = USD $0.54 ~~~ This blog post first published at https://wieldsilver.com/2021/blog/ Copyright © wieldsilver.com and individual authors (unless otherwise noted) wieldsilver.com statement - I blog about products for which I own company shares.