Rough month provides a buying opportunity, Robert Kiyosaki says

Bitcoin prices are headed for their worst month since 2011 and one prominent investor says thats great news.Bitcoin crashing. Great news, tweeted Rich Dad, Poor Dad author Robert Kiyosaki on Sunday, saying it provides a good buying opportunity. When price hits $27,000 I may start buying again. Lot will depend upon global-macro environment. Remember the problem is not gold, silver, or Bitcoin. Problem are the incompetents in government, Fed & Wall Street. Remember gold was $300 in 2000.In April, Kiyosaki predicted in an interview that bitcoins price would top $1 million in the next five years. Still, he said he prefers gold and silver as an investment, calling it Gods money.
Gold futures
are currently trading above $1,900, up 8% this month, while silver
is above $28, also up about 8% in May.
Kiyosaki is an outspoken critic of the Fed, the Treasury Department and the Biden administration, calling them losers and socialists, and predicting the demise of the dollar.
Crypto prices seesawed moderately over the Memorial Day weekend, avoiding the worst fears of some investors who predicted a bloody weekend of bearishness.
While bitcoin
fell about 5% on Saturday, it rebounded Sunday and was up about 4% over the previous 24 hours, as of Sunday evening, trading in a range between $33,000 and $37,000. Ethereum
prices similarly slid about 6% Saturday and recovered Sunday, up more than 5% over the previous 24 hours. Dogecoin
also bounced around Saturday and Sunday, and prices were last about even with Fridays end of session.
Cryptocurrencies trade 24 hours a day including Memorial Day on Monday and each days session ends at 5 p.m. Eastern.
But bitcoin is down more than 37% so far in May, the digital currencys worst monthly performance since September 2011. Bitcoin prices later bottomed out around $2 in October 2011.
Since its mid-April peak near $65,000, bitcoin has tumbled about 45%.
Despite a rough couple of months, bitcoin is still up 24% year to date, and up about 270% over the past year.