Jeff Brown is a stockbroker. He essentially charges you to convert your money into stocks. He charges you quite a bit too. And he has a big deal coming up on July 25. He’s doing this for a good reason.
The S&P 500 has closed at a record high for the fifth consecutive day. Jeff Brown thinks it’s a good time to take a closer look at the big numbers and give it a “World IPO Day” title. And this is an “Article” and not a blog post, because I’m not allowed to comment on this subject.
Jeff has written up a post about his share portfolio (which seems to be very large), and it’s getting some attention. The post discusses his portfolio of shares, and he’s made comments about why he bought them, and what he’s doing with the portfolio. The post also discusses his views on how he feels about the market, and why he feels the way he does.
Today, I’m going to look at Jeff Brown’s newest presentation on benefiting from a $2.1 quadrillion “World IPO Day,” which he claims will be unlocked by “G.T.E Technology.”
According to Jeff, the “biggest wealth change in human history” is being created by a worldwide movement toward “tokenizing” everything from real estate and automobiles to software and art. And it seems that all it takes is $25 and a few minutes to benefit from it.
It was an intriguing presentation, however it was also a little hazy. I couldn’t figure out what he was talking about or what he was suggesting.
Which may have been the goal all along.
Because, towards the conclusion of the presentation, he claims that all the specifics are in a paper titled “Your #1 Easiest Way to Profit from a $2.1 Quadrillion World IPO Day,” which you can only receive as a bonus by signing up for his paid advice service, The Near Future Report.
Anyway, to cut a long tale short, I decided to investigate more. And in this post, I’ll show you what I discovered regarding the technology he’s talking about, as well as the “opportunity” I believe he’s hinting to.
Presentation by Jeff Brown on “Tokenization”
The presentation we’ll be reviewing is available on the Brownstone Research website and consists of an interview between presenter Chris Hurt and financial expert Jeff Brown.
It starts with Jeff claiming that a “new technology is tearing across the financial world” called G.T.E, which has the potential to become 48 times larger than the stock market. Billionaires such as Elon Musk, Mark Cuban, and Michael Jordan are reportedly investing in it.
brownstoneresearch.com is the source for this information.
Everything from real estate, technology, and energy to healthcare, entertainment, and automobiles will be disrupted, according to Jeff. Essentially… everything.
G.T.E technology is “set to revamp the whole global economy,” according to Jeff Brown, and “bring a $2.1 quadrillion “private economy” online.”
…the world’s most astute investors are circling… Because “G.T.E.” is expected to completely transform the global economy.
Although it may seem implausible, “G.T.E.” will bring a $2.1 quadrillion “private economy” online… Every day, hundreds of ‘IPOs’ are launched.
To put that in perspective, $2.1 quadrillion is $2,100 trillion.
And if you read the Brownstone Research website’s “details and disclosures” page, you’ll find that Jeff’s estimate of the monetary worth of just about everything is $2.1 quadrillion.
Everything: global riches, global debt, fiat money, commodities, crypto…
He also mentions a day he refers to as “World IPO Day.”
Which isn’t about IPOs (Initial Public Offerings) or any particular day in the future, as I’ll explain soon (lol). It’s basically Jeff’s way of explaining how, if G.T.E Technology is implemented, 20,000 new “tokens” might become publicly traded every day.
According to Jeff, this may happen very soon as a result of a recent “blockchain upgrade.”
He also mentions a particular investment opportunity that may “cut you in” on this technology for as low as $25 and possibly “put early investors on the road to billionaire territory.”
But first, let’s clarify what he’s referring to in terms of the underlying technology, the breadth of the potential, and what “World IPO Day” has to do with it.
What Is G.T.E Technology, and How Does It Work?
G.T.E stands for “Global Token Exchange,” according to Jeff Brown.
Despite the name, it does not seem that a Global Token Exchange exists. Instead, Jeff uses this word to refer to the technology underlying “tokenization,” the process of turning digital and physical assets into publicly traded tokens.
So, when Jeff says “Global Token Exchange,” he’s actually talking to the blockchain technology that allows these digital tokens to be created and traded.
“G.T.E.” stands for “Global Token Exchange.” It’s the technology that powers the creation & transaction of these digital tokens.
Almost anything, according to Jeff, may be tokenized in the near future.
From real estate, art, and jewelry to automobiles, software programs, and companies, there is something for everyone. After that, he claims that anybody may purchase and exchange tokens with one another.
Tokenization, he claims, is establishing a “private economy” in which everything may be tokenized and sold, similar to the stock market. Except you’re not buying and selling stocks; instead, you’re buying and selling digital tokens. One of the advantages of tokenization, according to Jeff, is that it enables fractional ownership of high-priced assets like real estate.
Is there any truth to any of this?
Jeff is correct about tokenization in general, but whether it will grow to be a $2.1 quadrillion industry is a another matter.
Nonetheless, this edition of Deloitte’s Inside Magazine provides some fascinating insight into the topic of tokenization. Deloitte estimates that:
The act of creating a blockchain token (particularly, a security token) that digitally reflects a real marketable asset is referred to as asset tokenization. It is comparable to the old method of securitization, but with a contemporary twist.
The rights and legal obligations of the token holder, as well as an immutable record of ownership, may be encoded directly into a security token.
www2.deloitte.com is a good place to start.
In essence, the Deloitte paper discusses how ownership rights to actual, physical things may be tokenized and exchanged among people in the same way that shares can.
Fractional ownership, reduced trading costs, and making illiquid assets more liquid are just a few of the possible advantages, according to this Forbes article.
So, based on my study, Jeff’s remarks regarding tokenization seem to be valid in general. However, it seems that he is mostly discussing NFTs (non-fungible tokens), since what he explains is (more or less) how NFTs operate.
However, when Jeff speaks about tokenization, he doesn’t seem to be talking about NFTs.
Chris: Okay, and I’ve been hearing a lot about the NFT craze lately. Are you referring to NFT if this technology isn’t crypto?
Jeff: No, NFTs, or “Non Fungible Tokens,” are the tiniest and most easily recognized kind of tokenization.
Later in the lecture, he mentions NFTs, but they aren’t central to his tokenization forecast. He refers to tokenization as the digitization of fractional ownership of “nearly everything” when he says it. There’s a lot more to it than digital art, collectibles, and other types of media.
But here’s what tokenization really means:
Most assets in today’s society are owned by a single person.
However, in the realm of tokenization, every asset may be divided into an unlimited number of parts. Hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of individuals could buy small shares in virtually everything.
In any event, although tokenization is a real phenomenon with potential advantages, there are still technological hurdles to overcome as well as regulatory concerns.
Nonetheless, Jeff believes that the move to tokenization may herald the “greatest wealth transfer in human history” and that the “Global Token Exchange could create an opportunity 1,000 times larger than crypto and NFT combined.”
In the next weeks, he says, “trillions of dollars may start flowing into this digital trade.” And he warns that if you don’t act now, you may have to wait decades for another investment opportunity as large as “World IPO Day.”
What Is “World IPO Day” All About?
During his presentation, Jeff mentions what he calls “World IPO Day” as one of the major points of his forecast. Despite this, he never fully defines it.
We’ll get into the specifics later, but consider a “World IPO Day.”
Where 20,000 “IPOs” all go public on the same day… and then another 20,000 every day after that… indefinitely.
Although it may seem implausible, “G.T.E.” will bring a $2.1 quadrillion “private economy” online… Every day, hundreds of ‘IPOs’ are launched.
About be clear, I’m not referring to initial public offerings in the conventional sense. These “IPOs,” as I’ll describe today, are an evolution of the kind you’re acquainted with.
Based on what Jeff says in the presentation, it’s obvious he’s not referring to any particular day, nor is he referring to a genuine company’s initial public offering (IPO).
It’s sort of amusing that he calls it “World IPO Day” (lol).
What exactly is Jeff alluding to?
When Jeff mentions “IPO,” I assume he’s referring to the establishment of the publicly traded coins I described previously.
So he’s basically referring to “globally marketable tokens that will be issued each day” on the “Global Token Exchange” as “World IPO Day.”
At least, that’s how it sounds.
It would be a lot less perplexing if everything wasn’t so mysterious. But then again, I suppose that’s the point of these talks; they’re meant to pique your interest.
Anyway, before we get into what I believe he’s suggesting, I’ll take you through one last piece of the jigsaw in the following part.
What Is EIP-1559 and What Does It Mean?
I wanted to delve into one last point Jeff made regarding something called EIP-1559 before we get to the opportunity that Jeff teases in the presentation.
This upgrade, dubbed EIP-1559, may put tokenization into overdrive on a worldwide scale in a matter of days… and start pouring billions of dollars into the blockchain
According to the blockchain update described in this paper, the deployment may begin very soon… a moment that, in my opinion, could put early investors on the fast track to billionaire status… in record time.
What is EIP-1559, exactly?
EIP-1559 is for Ethereum Improvement Proposal 1559, and it refers to a “update” to the Ethereum protocol known as “London,” which, according to Coindesk, is intended to make transaction fees less unpredictable and predictable.
It’s unclear how this would “put tokenization into hyperdrive on a worldwide scale,” as Jeff says in his presentation. But I believe it has something to do with the ERC-20 standard, which is the technical standard for Ethereum-based tokens.
ERC-20 is defined as follows by Investopedia:
ERC-20 tokens are digital assets that may be transferred and received on the Ethereum network. The main distinction is that ERC-20 tokens are issued on the Ethereum network rather than on their own blockchain.
Another post will cover how blockchain and cryptocurrency operate.
But, in general, Ethereum is a popular altcoin (alternative cryptocurrency to bitcoin), with a slew of other altcoins relying on its network and ERC-20 standard tokens.
What does this have to do with Jeff’s prediction?
The EIP-1559 upgrade that Jeff mentions in his presentation is mainly about lowering Ethereum network costs. And, although it’s unclear how he believes this upgrade would affect “tokenization,” it might potentially lead to a rise in Ethereum network activity.
As a result, cryptocurrencies that utilize Ethereum’s ERC-20 standard tokens may gain.
And, as it turns out, one firm that uses the ERC-20 token claims to be the key to unlocking the entire potential of tokenization. And it’s presently worth $25.
Jeff is teasing you with a $25 opportunity.
Most of the presentations I look at give me a lot of hints about what the person behind it is suggesting, so I can usually figure it out.
However, Jeff does not provide us with many clues in this instance. Instead, he focuses on the technology itself, which could be used to a wide range of businesses, and the promise he sees in it.
Here are a few of the hints Jeff gives throughout his presentation:
All you have to do is kick back & watch. As the traffic flows… your wealth grows.
That’s the kind of opportunity you may expect today…
Because when quadrillions of dollars begin moving onto this digital exchange… it could drop a giant payday in your lap. All from one buy & hold investment.
Consider this scenario: you own a tollbooth on a private road, and everyone who goes through pays a charge.
Trillions of dollars may start flowing into this digital market in the coming weeks. Every day, up to 20,000 “IPOs” are launched… and you may earn from all of them for only $25.
Unfortunately, as you can see, we don’t have a lot of information to work with.
However, given on the information he gives and what we’ve previously covered in this post, I think he’s referring to Chainlink, an altcoin.
The following is a summary of why I believe this:
- The firm speaks about how their “dectralized oracles” are all about enabling asset tokenization “achieve its full potential” in a post on the Chainlink blog.
- It utilizes ERC-20 tokens, which are part of the ethereum network, and according to Jeff, the EIP-1559 (ethereum) upgrade “could put tokenization into hyperdrive.”
- At the time of writing, it was trading for about $25. (August 2021).
I acknowledge that this isn’t a sure thing, and I might be completely wrong, but after hours of research, this is my best estimate. It corresponds to the majority of Jeff’s points.
In any case, you should read Jeff’s article headlined “Your #1 Easiest Way to Profit from a $2.1 Quadrillion “World IPO Day,” which you receive as a bonus when you join his premium advice service, Near Future Report, for $49.
Is it worthwhile to follow Jeff Brown’s advice?
Jeff has suggested a number of successful tech stocks over the years, including bitcoin in 2015, therefore I believe he is someone worth following.
However, as I’ll explain in the following part, I don’t believe altcoins are as promising as some claim, and I believe the entire “this is larger than bitcoin” story is exaggerated.
Is Jeff’s forecast 2,000 times bigger than Bitcoin?
One of Jeff Brown’s major arguments in the presentation is that G.T.E technology will be “2,000 times larger than Bitcoin.” “Blockchain extends light-years beyond Bitcoin,” he adds.
Is this, however, the case?
No, not in my view.
To be clear, I am not, nor do I pretend to be, an investment expert like Jeff Brown. However, I have a good grasp of how bitcoin works. I’m afraid I’m going to have to disagree with him on this one.
In fact, I think I’d disagree with a lot of tech-investing experts on this.
Because many well-known experts seem to suggest something along the lines of, “Bitcoin was a huge deal, but this new (insert altcoin or blockchain business) is going to be even bigger.”
Teeka Tiwari, in his Genesis Technology presentation, Eric Wade in his Freedom Fuel presentation, and Matt McCall in his Crypto Investor Network presentation, for example, all indicate this.
Personally, I believe bitcoin is superior to all other cryptocurrencies.
Why am I so enthusiastic about bitcoin?
To be clear, I have a personal investment in bitcoin, therefore I am prejudiced. And I strongly advise you to do your own study on bitcoin before making a decision.
However, I think it has a number of benefits over cryptocurrencies.
For example, bitcoin uses “proof of work,” a more inclusive, decentralized, and secure consensus process, and runs on the most decentralized network, has the largest network impact, has a capped supply of 21 million coins, and uses the most decentralized network.
In terms of innovation, a second layer protocol dubbed the lightning network, which interacts with bitcoin’s safe foundation layer, is presently undergoing a lot of it.
Simply said, the lightning network is a huge thing.
It has the potential to provide near-instant peer-to-peer payments for less than one penny per transaction. According to a Business Insider story, the lightning network may allow bitcoin to handle more transactions than Visa.
Why am I disclosing all of this to you?
It’s not because I’m attempting to promote bitcoin. It’s because I believe it’s critical to emphasize that the whole “larger than bitcoin” narrative is simply that: a story.
It’s also OK if you don’t accept my word for it. In fact, I suggest that you conduct your own study and make your own decision rather than taking my word for it.
Another point I’d want to bring up concerns Jeff’s remark regarding bitcoin:
I adore Bitcoin, but the price has risen to almost $60,000 per coin this year. Most investors will be unable to afford it because of this.
The point is, you don’t have to purchase a whole bitcoin – you can buy a portion of one.
In reality, you may purchase a single “satoshi.”
A satoshi isn’t a coin; it’s the term given to the tiniest fraction of a bitcoin that may be purchased. And each bitcoin is made up of 100 million satoshis, which means you may own a bitcoin for less than one penny at the time of writing.
As a result, bitcoin is now “within reach” of any investor on the globe.
Jeff Brown: Who Is He?
Jeff Brown is the founder of Brownstone Research, a financial publishing firm, and the editor of The Near Future Report, the firm’s main consulting service.
His study on technology investment is perhaps his most well-known contribution.
Jeff, on the other hand, has over 25 years of expertise as a technology specialist, according to his profile on the Brownstone Research website. He’s worked with NXP Semiconductors and Qualcomm, among other major tech firms.
Jeff is also an active angel investor, which means he makes investments in early-stage technology businesses. One of the reasons his perspectives are distinctive is that hardly everyone has the same level of expertise investing in and developing companies as he has.
Jeff has also given some outstanding suggestions throughout the years.
According to the presentation, he suggested bitcoin in 2015 when it was about $240, NVIDIA in 2016 before it soared over 3,000 percent, and Tesla in 2017 before it soared 1,155 percent.
These are, of course, the exception rather than the norm. However, according to the Brownstone Research website, Jeff’s suggestions gained an average of 39.4 percent in 2020. And this is still respectable, given that it takes into consideration his winning and losing 2020 predictions.
What Is The Report On The Near Future?
The Near Future Report is a subscription-based advice service run by Jeff Brown that aims to assist members profit from the newest technological developments.
He suggests possibilities based on artificial intelligence, autonomous cars, robots, 5G, and blockchain technology, for example.
In this way, it’s comparable to other stock advisors I’ve looked at, such as Banyan Hill’s Strategic Fortunes and Stansberry Research’s Visionary Investor. The Near Future Report, on the other hand, focuses more on large-cap companies, among other things.
What do you receive if you become a member?
The monthly editions of The Near Future Report, which include Jeff Brown’s most recent suggestions and observations, are the primary item you gain access to.
However, you will have access to tools such as the model portfolio, where you will be able to view all of his most recent suggestions as well as get frequent updates on the model portfolio.
If you join through the “tokenization” presentation, you’ll also receive access to the bonus reports below, which explain Jeff’s suggestions for “G.T.E Technology.”
- The Easiest Way for You to Profit from a $2.1 Trillion “World IPO Day”
- 5 Turbo-Charged Token Companies on the Verge of Explosion
- Your Step-by-Step Guide to Cashing in on the NFT Gold Rush
- How to Make a Fortune Without Paying Taxes With Cryptocurrencies
In addition, membership in The Near Future Report is usually $199 per year, but you can enroll just $49. It also comes with a 60-day money-back guarantee, so you can give it a try for a few months and receive a refund if you don’t like it.
Jeff Brown’s tokenization talk is all about how G.T.E Technology will unlock “World IPO Day” and become a $2.1 quadrillion “private economy” in the future. And how, for $25, you can own a piece of the whole “Global Token Exchange.”
None of this, of course, explains anything.
So, in terms of translation…
Jeff discussed how blockchain technology is allowing practically any asset on the world to be tokenized, and how he believes this is a tremendous opportunity.
In a bonus report you receive for joining The Near Future Report, he discloses the specifics of one particular suggestion he claims may help you benefit from this.
On the one hand, I believe that asset tokenization, decentralized finance (Defi), and smart contracts are all fantastic ideas with enormous promise.
On the other hand, there’s no assurance that tokenization will grow into a $2.1 trillion “private economy,” as Jeff claims, or that following his advice would earn you money.
Even virtually all kinds of investment entail risk and speculation, I think cryptocurrency speculation requires additional care.
Over the years, some individuals have earned a lot of money betting on tiny alternative cryptocurrencies, but there are plenty of unsuccessful crypto ventures and frauds as well.
I’m not claiming that all altcoin initiatives are frauds, but I don’t invest in them any more, and I don’t believe that bitcoin is obsolete. Because, to be honest, it isn’t.
In any event, Jeff Brown has a history of identifying new technology trends and businesses that are at the forefront of these trends. Even if his tokenization forecast fails to materialize, The Near Future Report is still worth reading.
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