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Robinhood users steal from the rich to fill their Bitcoin pockets, says Max Keizer

June 8, 2020

The renowned and bullish announcer of Bitcoin (BTC) Max Keizer has Warren Buffett, an experienced investor, in one Tweet released on June 8th.

Keizer claimed that users of the popular stock and cryptocurrency trading app Robinhood Buffett had stolen money by benefiting from his recent losses in the aviation industry.. He also suggested that profits from Buffett’s unfavorable share sales be invested in Bitcoin.

Steal from Buffett

Early May, Buffett informed Berkshire Hathaway shareholders that he had sold all of the shares in the airline, which brought him a huge loss. due to concerns that the sector would not recover from the coronavirus pandemic.

Robinhood users steal from the rich to fill their Bitcoin pockets, says Max KeizerRobinhood users steal from the rich to fill their Bitcoin pockets, says Max Keizer

However, Robinhood Business app users with no commission plunged, bought and participated in Delta and American Airlinesaccording to Business Insider.

Since the airline’s shares started rising, Keizer has been talking about his old enemy, stating that Robinhood users have “stolen” his money. “Creating prosperity for poor children of generation Z”. He went on to suggest to users:

“They’re picking up the body of Warren Buffett’s career; They reserve big profits from selling unsuitable stocks and then invest that money in Bitcoin

A story of hostility

Keizer has a history of hostility towards Buffett, which in the past famously referred to as “rat poison in the square”. Last month suggested that Buffett’s stance on Bitcoin “killed his reputation.”

However, the President of the United States, Donald Trump warned Buffett to sell his stake in the airline and claims he made a mistake.

For his part The Robinhood app is going well;; A recent round of funding raised $ 280 million to exceed funding goals.

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