After predicting the biggest recession in the history of the world, Robert Kiyosaki, the best-selling Rich Dad Poor Dad, told Fake Money that “the end is here.” He reiterated three lessons that help investors “do well in market crashes.”
Robert Kiyosaki at the end of fake money
Rich Dad Poor Dad author Robert Kiyosaki shared some of his insights and investment lessons in two tweets this week. Rich Dad Poor Dad is a 1997 book co-authored by Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter. It has been on the New York Times bestseller list for over six years. More than 32 million copies of the book have been sold in more than 109 countries in more than 51 languages.
Kiyosaki explained on Tuesday why he thinks the “fake” money has come to an end. The famous author wrote:
The end is here. My trusted gold and silver dealer is Jerry Williams. He said, “I cannot find a gold or silver coin. He will not sell mint to me.’ To me this means the end of fake $ is here.
Silver continued with his advice. As mentioned earlier on Twitter, silver ranges from $100 to $500. Get some. Take care of yourself,” he wrote. His advice follows another statement that gold is expensive, calling silver the best investment value today.
Kiasaki previously explained that when President Richard Nixon took the US dollar off the gold standard in 1971, “the US dollar became a fake currency.” “This is because it is tied to the ‘full faith and credit’ of the United States, rather than tied to real money like gold,” he explained.
In a tweet on Thursday, the popular author reminded investors of some lessons. “In Rich Dad, Poor Dad, I said 3 Lessons of Rich Dad,” he explained:
1: Your home is not a treasure. 2: Savers are losers. 3: Rich people don’t work for $.
“The rich are entrepreneurs who don’t need jobs,” he added, adding that these people “create jobs, they create.” [their] own property and perform well in market crashes. He further emphasized that “2022 is your time to become more prosperous.”
Last week, Kiyosaki named gold, silver and bitcoin so that people could “invest in real money”. The Federal Reserve emphasized that “Raising interest rates will destroy the US economy.”
Kiasaki repeatedly warned that the greatest disaster in world history was coming. In April, he said all markets were collapsing.
He recently urged his mailing list subscribers to buy cryptocurrency now, ahead of the biggest crash in world history. The famous author has said for months that he was waiting for the secret price to drop before jumping in. He recently said he was in a cash position to buy BTC, suggesting that it could once be the price of the crypto. Trial $1,100.
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