Robert Kiyosaki tweeted about real estate and cryptocurrency trades. On his radio show, he warned of a global slump.
On Twitter, Robert Kiyosaki said that real estate and bitcoin deals should be anticipated. Additionally, he reiterated his warnings about the coming world depression on his radio program.
Since the pandemic, personal financial expert Robert Kiyosaki, author of “Rich Dad, Poor Dad,” has pushed “Bitcoin, gold, and silver” as ideal investments during times of economic crises worldwide.
He then repeated that sentiment on Twitter, urging people to prepare for the future by purchasing Bitcoin and real estate since prices will fall:
Regarding the state of the markets:
“This could be the largest drop ever recorded in human history. We may have a worldwide slump once again because of the global meltdown.”
On July 13, Kiyosaki and his guests on his radio program Rich Dad Radio also spoke about the global retirement issue that millions of people are now experiencing.
“I believe that the baby boom generation (1950–1963) ran out of time, but your generation [Millennials] still has time. This is a significant distinction since time plays a significant role in all of this, therefore it is excellent. The difficulty with our generation, my generation, is that we came of age, let’s say in 1970, so they are learning it early.
Rich Dad adviser Sarah Singer-Nourie remarked that the millennial age (those born between 1980 and 1993) likes quick pleasure and finds it with cryptocurrencies:
“They enjoy cryptocurrencies because they can purchase them right now, and they know that for a very long time, they went up, so they were making all this money and became these crypto millionaires and they’re learning harsh lessons right now,”