Robert Kiyosaki, the author of the best-selling book “Rich Dad Poor Dad,” shared his views on the concept of wealth in a recent post on social media platform X. According to him, the rich don’t work for money, but instead for assets that provide tax-free income, such as rental properties, oil, and food production. He also emphasized the importance of saving real assets like gold, silver, and bitcoin, which provide lifelong financial security and freedom.
Kiyosaki explained that the poor and middle class often fall into the trap of seeking jobs that promise a steady paycheck but offer no job security. They also work at jobs that pay taxable income, which further contributes to their financial woes. In contrast, the rich know how to save real assets, which can help them achieve financial stability.
The author has been a vocal proponent of investing in gold, silver, and bitcoin. He has made several predictions related to the prices of these assets, including a recent forecast that BTC is headed for $135,000 while gold will soon take off. He has also warned about the potential crash of real estate, stocks, and bonds, cautioning that the Federal Reserve raising interest rates could crash the U.S. dollar.
Kiyosaki’s investment allocation strategy, which he revealed recently, aims to help investors survive what he believes to be the “greatest crash in world history.” He has also shared his own investment strategy, emphasizing that he is not trying to emulate Warren Buffett, the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway.