Warren Buffett explains the investment value of gold and the difference between non-productive and productive assets. Warren Buffett has warned against stock dumping, cash hoarding, and buying gold or bitcoin when war breaks out, as he believes that investing in businesses is the best way to build wealth over time. The related lesson refers to the advice of Warren Buffett, who explains the investment value of gold and the difference between non-productive and productive assets. Warren Buffett explained it well to show us that gold is a bad investment because it doesn't generate or produce anything.
The explanation for Buffett's aversion to gold and his enthusiasm for silver is due to his basic principles of value investing. One of Buffett's basic investment principles is that you should only invest in things that are useful and that serve some purpose and that entail some practical need that people have. So, are the headlines and tweets correct? Did Warren Buffett, at the age of 90, change his lifelong investment strategy and shorten the United States? Don't bet on it.