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Robert Kiyosaki Says in Cash Position Waiting to Buy Bitcoin — Asset Prices Are Crashing, ‘Greatest Sale on Earth’ Incoming

Robert Kiyosaki Says in Cash Position Waiting to Buy Bitcoin — Asset Prices Are Crashing, ‘Greatest Sale on Earth’ Incoming

Robert Kiyosaki Says in Cash Position Waiting to Buy Bitcoin — Asset Prices Are Crashing, ‘Greatest Sale on Earth’ Incoming

The famous author of the best-selling book Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki, has advised investors not to miss “the greatest sale on earth.” He said asset prices are crashing and indicated that he is waiting in cash position to pick up bargains, including bitcoin.

Robert Kiyosaki Waiting to Buy Bitcoin
The author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki, reiterated this week that he is waiting to buy bitcoin, emphasizing that “the Greatest Sale on Earth” is coming as asset prices are crashing.

Noting that his “Favorite 4-letter word is SALE,” Kiyosaki tweeted Monday:

Kiyosaki has warned about asset bubbles and markets crashing many times. He said in March that we are in the “biggest bubble in world history,” noting there are bubbles in stocks, real estate, commodities, oil, futures, and even bitcoin. In June last year, he said the biggest bubble in world history is getting bigger, predicting that the “biggest crash in world history” is coming.

Kiyosaki has also warned about an impending depression, hyperinflation, and civil unrest in the U.S. In November last year, he said he was buying more gold, silver, bitcoin, ethereum, rental real estate, and oil as inflation escalated. He blames President Joe Biden and the Federal Reserve for inflation, predicting that the U.S. is sliding into a recession. “Fed will raise interest rates causing stock, bond, real estate & gold crash,” he previously warned.

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