Rich Dad Cashflow 202
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It also comes with CDs which are NOT required for the game and are pretty much useless in my mind. It's just Kiyosaki talking to his wife, their friends, and some other financial people about what they do and why 202 is great.
You MUST have the CashFlow 101 game board, money, tokens, cheese, and some dice to be able to play. You may be able to download the game board online or borrow it from someone, but that is a pain. Monopoly money won't work since these transactions can easily get into the millions.
Cashflow is an excellent game that teaches you basic skills of accounting and managing money. 202 adds very complex trading (shorting stock, call and put options, and the market is tumultuous). So Beware! and buy insurance if it comes up!
The rules of trading (in the game and real life) are quite complicated, so you may want to practice how to buy calls and puts and/or short stocks (in the game NOT real life) before inviting a bunch of friends over. Same goes with the cashflow accounting if you haven't played 101 or don't have great accounting skills.
I'll admit I just got the game and have just finished reading the rules, so there's not much I can say about the actual playing, but boy am I ever anxious to do so. The game seems more focused on teaching the basics of technical investing, but the real estate and business aspects have also been expanded, now allowing negotiating deals and partnerships with other players. All in all, there's just more you can do, more can happen, and some rules have been modified to keep things challenging.
Thus far I've just been playing Cashflow 101 with my wife, which is great for increasing basic financial literacy, but Cashflow 202 seems better suited for more players, so we'll probably have to find some friends to get in on the action. Of course, we'll play a bit on our own first to gain a bit of an edge from practicing ;)
1. DVD atleast 3 of them
2. Paper sheets for balance sheets for your work or job
3. Notes or list
P.S. It is very helpful to listen to DVD first then move on next to category. Take it slowly but surely while playing PCH.com day and night you can listen to it after you finish. Ask your household for their income and taxes and right it down or even yours to compare how much assets or liabilities and expenses and income you may have.
Ricardo B. Autida Jr.