Robert Kiyosaki says the end of fake money is here – He shares 3 lessons to help investors in a market crash

After predicting the biggest crash in world history, Robert Kiyosaki, the best-selling author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, says the “the end has come” for counterfeit money. He reiterates three lessons that will help investors “behave properly in the event of a stock market crash“.

Robert Kiyosaki on the end of counterfeit money

Rich Dad Poor Dad author Robert Kiyosaki shared some of his opinions and investment lessons in a few tweets this week. Rich Dad Poor Dad is a book published in 1997 and co-authored by Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter. It has been on the New York Times bestseller list for more than six years. More than 32 million copies of the book have been sold in more than 51 languages and in over 109 countries.

On Tuesday, Robert Kiyosaki explained on Twitter why he thinks the end of the “fake” currency has arrived. The author wrote:

The end has come. I called Jerry Williams, my trusted gold and silver dealer. He said, ‘I can’t get any gold or silver coins. The Mint won’t sell me any more. To me, that means the end of counterfeit dollars.

He went on to reiterate his recommendation about silver. “As stated in the previous tweet, silver will go from $100 to $500. Buy some. Protect yourself“, he wrote. His advice follows another statement he made recently, that gold is expensive, and that he considers silver the best investment value today.

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Kiyosaki previously explained that when President Richard Nixon removed the U.S. dollar from the gold standard in 1971, “the U.S. dollar became fake money.“He pointed out that “This is because instead of being tied to real money“, like gold, “it was bound to the ‘full faith and credit’ of the United States.

In a tweet Thursday, he reminded investors of some lessons. “In Rich Dad Poor Dad, I laid out Rich Dad’s 3 lessons“, he described, elaborating:

1: Your home is not an asset. 2: Savers are losers. 3: Rich people don’t work for $.

“The rich are entrepreneurs who don’t need a job,” he added, noting that these people “create jobs, own assets, and do well in stock market crashes.” He then pointed out that “2022 is your time to get richer“.

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Last week, Kiyosaki urged people to “invest in real money“, citing gold, silver and bitcoin. He pointed out that the Federal Reserve “by raising interest rates, it will destroy the American economy.”

Robert Kiyosaki has repeatedly warned that the biggest crash in world history is coming. In April, he declared that all markets are crashing.

He recently urged his newsletter subscribers to buy crypto-currencies now, before the biggest crash in world history. He also said that for the past several months he has been waiting for the crypto currency price to bottom out before entering it. He recently stated that he was in a cash position, ready to buy BTC suggesting at some point that the crypto-currency price could test $1,100.

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