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Robert Kiyosaki: “When bitcoin price hits $27,000 I’ll buy more”

The fall of bitcoin price is great news for the author of the book ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’, Robert Kiyosaki, who returned to talk about the cryptocurrency this Sunday afternoon (30). The celebration has a reason: on Twitter, he suggested that the current moment is a great buying opportunity:

Robert Kiyosaki: “When bitcoin price hits $27,000 I'll buy more”

Robert Kiyosaki: “When bitcoin price hits $27,000 I’ll buy more”

“Bitcoin crashing. Great news. When price hits $27,000 I may start buying again.”

The tweet, however, came stuffed to the US central bank and the biggest US financial center, Wall Street. Kiyosaki said his next purchase of bitcoins will depend “a lot” on the global macro environment.

It is worth remembering that last year, Kiyosaki said that the dollar would rise and the assets he summarizes in the acronym GSBC (gold, silver, bitcoin and commodities) would be at low prices and on sale, and that would be the buying moment. However, according to his history of comments on social media, from time to time he changes his mind.

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  • This time, the author of one of the best-selling books in the world said:

    “Remember the problem is not gold, silver, or Bitcoin. Problem are the incompetents in government, Fed & Wall Street. Remember gold was $300 in 2000.”

    Since at least 2018, the author of the best seller Rich Dad, Poor Dad has defended the purchase of the same assets at various times. On other occasions, it did the opposite. “Don’t do what I did,” he wrote. “I bought gold, silver and bitcoin yesterday,” he said in another tweet from last September.

    Kiyosaki has also called the dollar a scam and bitcoin “people’s money”.

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