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'Rich Dad Poor Dad' Author Robert Kiyosaki Sees Opportunity In Bitcoin Crash, Says Will Buy At $20K

"Rich Dad Poor Dad" author Robert Kiyosaki sees opportunity in the crashing price of Bitcoin. In a tweet Monday, he said that he will buy more Bitcoin when it touches $20K. "Price of Bitcoin crashing. Great news. I bought BC at $6K and 9K. I will buy more if and when BC tests $20K. Time to get richer is coming. Silver best bargain today. Silver still 50% below high," Kiyosaki said in a tweet.
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Crash and depression coming to US Robert Kiyosaki

Famed writer and economist Robert Kiyosaki has warned investors that the stock markets are about to crash and the US economy is heading into a ?depression.?. "Crash and depression coming. Gold, silver, bitcoin, real estate will crash too," the author of the iconic 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' book, which promotes financial intelligence, wrote in a Twitter post on Thursday.
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Is Robert Kiyosaki right about Bitcoin and Gold?

Talk about inflation has been all over over the news lately. Many people are starting to worry about inflation and wondering what they should do about it. Robert Kiyosaki is one of the people that are extremely worried about it. He feels that it will cause a giant crash that will be followed by a depression.
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Spotlight: Robert Kiyosaki

Robert Kiyosaki loves to talk about money – and people who have money. Based on his own upbringing, Kiyosaki’s bestselling financial literacy book, Rich Dad Poor Dad, illuminates what wealthy fathers (in this case, the father of his best friend) teach their kids about money that working-class fathers (his own dad) don’t. The book, which transformed Kiyosaki into something of a folk hero to wealth-building dad types across the U.S., has sold more than 32 million copies since its publication in 1997 and earned the public praise of such media magnates as Oprah Winfrey and Will Smith. Originally from Hilo, Hawaii, Kiyosaki has lived in Phoenix since 1994. The 74-year-old entrepreneur talked to us about his affinity for former President Donald Trump, skepticism about COVID-19 mitigation efforts and new, updated edition of his financial board game.
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After Predicting An October Crash, 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' Author Robert Kiyosaki Declares His 'Love' For Bitcoin

After predicting a “giant stock market crash” in October, Robert Kiyosaki is now saying he “loves” Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC) although he doesn’t trust federal officials. What Happened: The "Rich Dad Poor Dad" author on Friday tweeted his support for the apex cryptocurrency, but said he distrusts the Federal Reserve, Treasury Department and Wall Street.
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‘Biggest crash in world history’: Personal finance expert Robert Kiyosaki predicts economic crisis in October

The author of bestselling Rich Dad Poor Dad predicts that a "giant" market crash coming in October has already been triggered and will bring down gold, silver and Bitcoin with it.Personal finance expert Robert Kiyosaki warned the crash is coming regardless of whether the US debt ceiling is raised or what measures are imposed by Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen or Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell."This is going to be the biggest crash in world history. We have never had this much debt pumped up… the debt to GDP ratio is out of sight," Mr Kiyosaki said.Mr Kiyosaki said the...
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9 Priceless Lessons By Robert Kiyosaki Every Entrepreneur Should Follow

While Robert Kiyosaki is mainly known for his popular book Rich Dad, Poor Dad, he’s also an investor and the founder of several businesses. His estimated net worth is $80 million and his teachings have already helped millions of people to improve their financial literacy. For many years, he’s influencing and teaching millions of people worldwide. His products and services teach how to handle money correctly and build wealth, even if you start from scratch.