Robert Kiyosaki has again taken to Twitter to talk Bitcoin to his followers in the context of the QE measures that the Fed Reserve resumed last week. He also reminded the community that three weeks ago, the US Congress suggested giving the Fed access to $425 bln so it could “extend emergency support to failing businesses or struggling localities”, as reported by The New York Times.
The ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’ author said that ordinary people should buy more Bitcoin, as well as other safe haven physical assets – here’s why.
‘Buy more Bitcoin, gold and silver’
The famous investor Robert Kiyosaki, who made a fortune after the 2008 financial crisis on real estate and the author of a bestselling book on finance and investments, recently proved to be a major Bitcoin supporter. Unlike other BTC bulls, he does not put gold and Bitcoin into opposing camps.
In his recent tweet, he reminded the community about the recent suggestion from republican US senators to create $425 bln in funding to be used by the Fed Reserve in order to support its emergency cash printing.
Kiyosaki referred to that with a rhetorical question, ‘Is Fed broke?’. The investment guru reminded his followers that the Fed has been printing extra cash since 2008. He fears that after the US Central Bank prints tons of money to bail out large corporations and SME, someone will have to bail out the Fed itself. The investor fears that, eventually, it might have to be ordinary people.
‘People can lose confidence in Fed & USD’
In an earlier tweet, Kiyosaki said that the Fed could hardly go broke. However, he added, it could lose the population’s trust. In that case, Kiyosaki believes, the IMF will step in to support the fiat USD.
Robert Kiyosaki emphasized his skeptical attitude about the international monetary fiat system overall as well.
“FED CANNOT GO BROKE in theory. But people can lose confidence in Fed & US $. The $425 Billion US gave Fed secretly will expand to $4.25 Trillion of fake $ into economy for over $9 Trillion in fake Fed $. When confidence goes game over. IMF steps in. IMF stands for I M Fkd."