Kiyosaki expects the price of Bitcoin to drop below its current levels in order to buy more of the cryptocurrency. The author had already anticipated a decline in October.
Investor Robert Kiyosaki, the bestselling author of the personal finance book “Rich father poor father“, considers the recent price drop seen in the digital currency market to be a “great news“.
The author and financial guru, who in the past has repeatedly recommended his followers to buy Bitcoin (BTC) as a haven asset for inflation, took to Twitter again to share his latest outlook around the cryptocurrency.
Unlike other traders, Kiyosaki was not worried about the price pullback in the market. In fact, he indicated that he expects the price of Bitcoin scroll down even further to buy. “«Your benefits are obtained when you buy, not when you sell»“, he said in advice to his 1.8 million Twitter followers, adding:
The price of Bitcoin is plummeting. Great news. I bought [BTC] at USD$6,000 and 9,000. I will buy more if and when [BTC] try $20k. The time to get rich is coming.
WOW:Words of Wisdom. “Your profits are made when you buy, not when you sell.” 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.
— therealkiyosaki (@theRealKiyosaki) January 24, 2022
Falling prices is time to buy, says Kiyosaki
The comment comes amid a steep price decline for the digital currency market that has seen Bitcoin lose support at $40,000. as reported DailyBitcoin, the flagship cryptocurrency has been recording a progressive decline since its price reached an all-time high near $70,000 in November.
The crash of almost 50%, which is affecting the main cryptocurrencies in the market, seems to be part of a response to the expectations of an increase in interest rates by the US Federal Reserve (FED), as well as the tightening of monetary policies. The downward trend has also spread to the actions of the US stock market.
According to data from CryptoMarkets, Bitcoin it is trading around $34,200 at press time, its lowest level since July 2021.
Kiyosaki’s statement echoes some previous comments. In October last year, the author had celebrated the price increase of Bitcoin at that time, after it reached a value above 60,000. But nevertheless, He said he anticipated a correction and said he expected to buy during the bear season.
Then, at the end of December, the investor had recommended to his followers during a YouTube broadcast to buy Bitcoin to protect against inflation. Kiyosaki at that time accused the US central bank of money printing policies, a measure to intervene in favor of the banks, as he himself indicated. He added that these actions will cause a significant economic decline.
In early January, the author took to Twitter to reiterate his stance, calling the price drop in the cryptocurrency market and stocks a positive. “The NASDAQ sinks 2%. Gold falls 0.2%. Bitcoin down 1.4%. Silver rises 0.01%. The S&P falls 1.6%. The markets crash. The FED does not print counterfeit money. Good news. Market crashes are the best time to get rich“, wrote.
Kiyosaki Recommends Bitcoin
This is far from the first time Kiyosaki has spoken about the power of Bitcoin in the face of economic inflation. For at least two years, the financial guru has described the new class of assets as an excellent protection, even better than gold, for the eventual scenario of economic decline that will be felt worldwide.
He has invited investors to try cryptocurrencies as haven assets while predicting that the price of Bitcoin will follow a long-term uptrend. Below you can find some related articles:
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