Keiser calls Warren Buffett a fraud, then Peter Brandt calls Keiser a fraud

25 Feb, 2019 | Updated: 25 Feb, 2019
by Alberto Arnaldo
Keiser calls Warren Buffett a fraud, then Peter Brandt calls Keiser a fraud

Bitcoin defendant and expert Max Keiser has been very vocal as of late when it comes to critizicing stock market tycoon Warren Buffet. First he ironically attributed the weekend bull run on The Oracle of Omaha, and later he dubbed Buffet as a fraudster on an interview with the Kremlin-funded media outlet Russia Today.

Keiser is recognized by many as an anti-establishment actor in the cryptocurrency space, and over the last couple of days he has certainly been playing that role. It all started with the following tweet last Saturday:

The letter that Bufffet sent to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders did not include a single mention to bitcoin, cryptocurrencies or even the often-used as a pseudonym term “blockchain” in the finance and business world when referring the sector. Regardless, on his weekly space in RT, Keiser delved deeper in his criticism.

In Keiser’s defense, it can be argued that this war was actually started by Buffet. He has called Bitcoin “rat poision” and also an asset that creates nothing. However, Peter Brandt, well known TA expert who keeps an eye on crypto as well, tweeted (and deleted) this:

Commenters have been replying on Twitter to the deleted message, with most reflecting on the rather poor twitting skills of Brandt:

Regardless of the aborted scuffle between Brandt and Keiser, one thing is clear: Max is not a fan of Warren Buffet, as a small selection from his tweetline shows:

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