Personal Finance Expert Suze Orman Says ‘I Love Bitcoin’ — Advises How to Buy BTC, Praises Paypal – Bitcoin News

American financial advisor Suze Orman says she loves bitcoin. She has provided some advice on how to invest in the cryptocurrency a month, noting that she prefers to buy bitcoin through Paypal’s crypto service because the payments giant has made it easy to do so.

Suze Orman Loves Bitcoin

Suze Orman said she loves bitcoin in an interview with Yahoo Finance published Friday where she shared her bitcoin investing strategy and advised listeners how they should start investing in the cryptocurrency.

She founded the Suze Orman Financial Group in 1987 and her Suze Orman Show ran on CNBC from 2002 to 2015. She has written 10 consecutive New York Times bestsellers about personal finance and was named twice on Time Magazine’s list of the 100 most influential people. In addition, she won two Emmy Awards and eight Gracie Awards. In 2016, she was appointed as a personal finance educator for the United States Army and Army Reserve.

Orman was asked Friday, “what is your take on bitcoin?” Referencing one of her recent podcasts dedicated to cryptocurrency, she replied:

I love bitcoin. I like the universality of it.

She elaborated, “I like that it’s just there and the corporations that are investing in it.” However, the two-time Emmy-Award-winning television host added: “I do not like bitcoin as a currency. I don’t like it where you’re going to buy a Tesla or you are going to buy something with it. I like it as a possible replacement for gold, as an investment.” Recently, Elon Musk’s electric car company, Telsa, said that it will soon start accepting BTC as a means of payment for its products.

Orman further revealed: “I personally played bitcoin through Microstrategy. In June of last year, I bought Microstrategy at about $125 a share, right around there.” She explained that “There was something about the CEO,” Michael Saylor, who made her think, “this man is making sense to me.” Microstrategy has been buying…

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