Robert Kiyosaki Loves Bitcoin But He Also Loves This Precious Metal, Which 'Is Still 60% Below Its All Time High'


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Robert Kiyosaki, the author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, has been a vocal proponent of Bitcoin (Crypto: BTC) for years. He has even been buying more this year as he has said that not buying Bitcoin is “the biggest mistake you can make.“

However, Bitcoin is not the only asset he’s been telling his followers about on X, formerly Twitter. In a post earlier this week, he said:

“SILVER the best BARGAIN? Silver is not only a precious metal it is also an industrial metal and a strategic metal. With war all around the world demand for silver is soaring. Recently Elon Musks company Tesla just secured rights to several silver mines to insure the metal for Teslas EVs. Silver is still 60% below its all time high. And almost everyone in the world can afford one silver coin. Time to buy more silver? Take care.”

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This is not a new message from Kiyosaki either. In 2022, he posted that he thought silver was “going to $100 to $500,” and reiterated his confidence by agreeing with an opinion of Andy Scheckman, when Scheckman said that “silver is the most undervalued asset of a generation.”

Earlier this year, Kiyosaki posted a video on The Rich Dad Channel on YouTube explaining Why You Should Buy Silver Now.

For more information on investing in silver, check out Benzinga’s How to Invest in Silver webpage, which includes the iShares Silver Trust (NYSE:SLV).

It’s also worth noting that, aside from Bitcoin and silver, Kiyosaki likes gold.

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