Here is the “Biggest Crash in History” – Protect Your Wallet with Gold, Silver and Livestock – Robert Kiyosaki

(Kitco News) – In Standard & Poor’s 500 It lost 18 percent of its value over the course of the year, and it’s only going to get worse, according to Robert Kiyosaki, bestselling author of the book. Rich Dad Poor Dad series. Kiyosaki suggested that investors protect their portfolios with “fixed assets” such as gold, silver and livestock, with the emergence of the “biggest crash in history.”

Kiyosaki spoke with Michelle McCurry, Editor-in-Chief and Lead Presenter at Kitco News.

“Anything that can be printed, like a stock certificate, or bond, or dollar, I don’t want it,” he said. “I’m a fan of gold, silver, oil and food…I’m a solid asset.”

He noted that these assets are “insurance” and not an investment.

“My answer is always to buy more gold and silver,” Kiyosaki said. “It’s not an investment…I buy gold and silver for one reason, because if the payment comes, I can spend it anywhere in the world.”

Kiyosaki’s latest book is capital statement.

Food shortage

In June, Kiyosaki tweeted that canned tuna is the “best investment,” as the potential for food shortages increases. Analysts have suggested that Europe may suffer from food supply shortages this winter, and the European Union’s farmers’ union Cuba-Kojica has warned of food shortages due to rising energy costs.

Kiyosaki previously stated that such a deficiency could reach the United States. He told McCurry that he is investing in livestock as a way to hedge against the possibility.

“I invest in wagyu cattle,” Kiyosaki said. “People talk about farmland and all that stuff, but I think cattle are great. You can always eat the thing.”

creeping marxism

Kiyosaki said Biden’s decision to shut down the Keystone XL oil pipeline, under the guise of protecting the environment, was part of a ploy to weaken the middle class, and to bring about Marxism in America.

“Biden is a communist,” he said. “When he removed the Keystone XL pipeline, he destroyed the middle class, because civilization runs on fuel and food… It does exactly what Marx said it did.”

Kiyosaki explained that “socialists come under the guise of being environmentalists,” increasing government control over the economy in order to achieve socialism. He also said that Marxists had infiltrated the education system in the United States.

In the year 1930, [Marxists] He directed Teachers College at Columbia University. “Our country is studying communism through academic teachers in the school,” he explained.

However, Kiyosaki emphasized that he would still fight for the freedoms enshrined in the United States Constitution.

“I am still fighting for our freedom,” he said. “Do you want to be a communist? It is your freedom. You want to be a Buddhist? I fight for it. You want to be a Christian? I fight for it. I fight for freedom.”

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