Robert Kiyosaki, famous author of the world bestseller “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” advises everyone to invest in precious metals and Bitcoin.
The crisis is just around the corner and the time is running out.
The banking crisis is knocking on the door
Large investors are selling bank shares and investing in precious metals mining. For example, this was done by American investor and billionaire Warren E. Buffett. He reportedly got rid of shares in Wall Street banks, including JP Morgan Chase. And this was not the first time. He sold his shares in Goldman Sachs Group in May, even though he was a major shareholder.
After the sale of the shares, his company Berkshire Hathaway bought shares in the mining company Barrick Gold for almost $ 564 million. So investors are seeing the coming crisis.
Invest in BTC and precious metals
Robert Kiyosaki, who owns both BTC and ETH, is a longtime supporter of Bitcoin. On his social networks, he constantly encourages young people to invest in cryptocurrencies and precious metals, mainly because both assets will survive the US dollar. According to him, the dollar is just a scam.
He goes on to say that Bitcoin not only makes people richer but also smarter and gives Americans the opportunity to fight corruption. Last but not least, cryptocurrencies educate millennials.
What to take from Robert Kiysoaki’s advice
Robert Kiyosaki is right. Because of the pandemic, we are rushing into a crisis that none of us experienced before. Governments are behaving strangely and it is necessary to protect yourselves and your property from inflation. You do not have to invest large sums of money, small amounts are fine, just invest regularly. You can buy only Bitcoin or spread your investment over multiple cryptocurrencies. And the sooner you start, the better for you.
We are just entering a crisis that is unparalleled. We do not know what the consequences will be. Therefore, instead of putting money aside and saving them, it is better to let your money work and invest. Cryptocurrencies offer you a choice. Just remember the golden rule – only invest as much as you can afford to lose.