Jeff Brown’s Claim of $2.1 Quadrillion “World IPO Day”
- Is It Legit or a Scam?

November 12, 2021

According to Jeff Brown, whom we have been following for years and have highly profited from, there is something called "G.T.E. Technology" which will unlock the potential of the $2.1 Quadrillion opportunity that he is calling "The World IPO Day."

Note that Brown isn't predicting 20,000 IPOs in a year (the current record is 547 back in 1999), but in a single day ... and saying it could repeat each and every day as there is a major shift occurring in the global markets.

Forbes is calling this
A Once In A Generation Opportunity.

Warren Buffet
(Legendary Investor)

Michael Jordan
(Chicago Bulls legend and NBA Hall of Famer)

Elon Musk
(CEO of Tesla)

Current Investors:

Warren Buffet
(Legendary Investor)

Michael Jordan
(Chicago Bulls legend and NBA Hall of Famer)

Elon Musk
(CEO of Tesla)

Richard Branson
(Founder of Virgin)

Mark Cuban
(Owner of NBA's Dallas Mavericks and regular investor on Shark Tank)

Jack Dorsey
(Twitter Founder)

Back to Jeff Brown, author of The Near Future Report, there’s a global shift happening, that the top financial consulting firm in the US, Deloitte, says will disrupt many industries, but mainly the financial industry, and it could leave many people behind who are not prepared for this upcoming shift.

Can you really get involved as an investor for just $25? Of course, but understand, with the potential of this opportunity, the more you invest, the greater your actual return.

For example, in Super Bowl 55, the Kansas City Chiefs were favored to win the game by three points. No expert saw the huge upset coming as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers routed the Chiefs 31-9. Had you placed a bet the Bucs would win by 18-24 points, it paid out 42-1.

Betting $25 would have returned $1,050, which is a great return, however, betting $1,000 would have resulted in $42,000. That is a HUGE difference and the same can be said with any investment. The more you risk, the more you gain. That is the rule of life.

“Your #1 Easiest Way to Profit from a $2.1 Quadrillion World IPO Day,”

Jeff Brown Why “Tokenization” Could Be Your Ticket To Early Retirement

I mentioned G.T.E. Technology to open this review and that is exactly what is behind this huge push globally. The $2.1 quadrillion will be in the form of a "private economy online" which makes logical sense with the shift we have already seen in how we work, shop, and interact since the global pandemic of COVID-19 hit. The world is not the same as it was pre-2020 and may never get back to that level - ever.

To be clear, the term IPO is Initial Public Offering and it refers to when a private company goes public to be openly traded on a stock market or exchange. It is an exciting time for a company and there is a lot of red tape that goes into getting the IPO launched.

This isn't exactly what Jeff Brown is referring to, 20,000 companies going public in a single day. Instead, he is referring to new "tokens" but doesn't confuse the term "tokens" with NFTs (Non-fungible tokens) as Jeff outright says that is not what he is referring to as NFTs are the "small game" in the overall system.

So how can this actually happen? Thanks to a recent Blockchain Update, the technology is in place for this to occur using the G.T.E. Technology.

What Exactly Is G.T.E Technology and How Can It Help You Become a Millionaire?

G.T.E (GTE Technology) simply stands for “Global Token Exchange.

Is there a Global Token Exchange? Not exactly. While there is a Global Token (GLT), what Brown is actually referring to is the process of converting digital and physical assets into publicly-traded tokens such as the ones you have been seeing lately going for unreal amounts to "own" them.

This is also why the recent update to Blockchain Technology was vital as this update allows for not just the creation of these digital tokens, but also in the transactions of buying and selling said creations globally.

Now, think for a moment, the sports card collection you have sitting in your attic could be tokenized and traded. Vintage movie posters. Much of the nostalgia from your childhood could soon be on the exchange. But think bigger. Art. Jewelry. And even bigger still to businesses and real estate.

What is the benefit? Can it really be done? According to Jeff, tokenization can allow you to partly own an expensive asset, such as a piece of art or real estate. Could this be the end of time-shares as we know them?

The Straight Talk - What All This Means

In the world economy, you would most likely agree that the majority of assets are owned by one person or company. In my earlier reference to "timeshare", that process works with multiple owners owning one piece of real estate, usually a vacation property. The process makes sense logically that most people can't afford a vacation home themselves, so they split up the ownership among 50 other owners and each takes one week of the year to stay with two weeks set aside for maintenance and upgrades.

Where timeshare is limited based on "usage" there is no limit in tokenization as an asset can be carved up in an infinite number of pieces to own.

The biggest question on most experts' minds is,
"How will it be regulated and by whom?"

If the shift to tokenization does occur, it could be the beginning of, as Jeff Brown states, the “biggest wealth shift in human history.” That would be an opportunity you don't want to miss as an investor. With that shift, Brown continues, “Global Token Exchange could open an opportunity 1,000 times bigger than crypto and NFT combined.”

Wow.

What Exactly Is “World IPO” Day and When Will It Happen?

As mentioned above, I clarified the term "IPO" as it is generally known (Initial Public Offering) to what Brown is referring to (Different Tokens Launching).

An exact date of when this will happen was not given due to it is unknown as certain things have to occur in order for the tokenization to take root at the level Brown expects.

What Is EIP-1559 and What Will It Do To The Ethereum Price?

There is a soon-to-be-released update, which has been code-named London (Ethereum Protocol), which includes a portion which is called Ethereum Improvement Proposal 1559, thus, EIP-1559. The aim of this update and proposal is to change and/or modify the way in which transaction fees are estimated on the open market, by making them more predictable and far more affordable.

Currently, for these transactions to occur, users must FIRST bid on the amount they are willing to pay, upfront, to have their proposed transaction picked up by a miner for timely completion, which, due to high demand, can be costly, and in some cases of extreme demand, can accelerate the cost dramatically.

If this trend catches the market and investors at just the right time as Brown anticipates, tokenization as we know it could be sent to the moon as they say in the form of trillions of dollars invested and traded. All of this could happen at levels never before seen in a time span a fraction of past exploding markets have realized.

How much was Apple stock in 1980?

Apple (AAPL - Nasdaq) went public on December 12, 1980, at the price of $22.00 per share. Apple's stock has split five times since the IPO in 1980, taking into consideration with a split-adjusted basis, Apple's IPO share price was a mere $0.10.

What was Google's IPO price?

In one of the biggest and most sought-after IPO offerings, Google went public on August 14, 2004. 19,605,052 shares were offered at a price of $85 per share. However, the shares were offered using an online auction format, which confused many would-be investors as share prices varied in the $108 - $135 range for smaller investments. At the closing of the IPO, Google had a total market capitalization of more than $23 billion.

When did Microsoft go public?

Microsoft went public on March 13, 1986, with an IPO price of $21.

What was the IPO price of Amazon?

Amazon went public on May 15, 1997, at the price of $18 per share.

What is Asset Tokenization?

Asset tokenization is a process where an issuer creates digital tokens on a blockchain that represents an asset, which can be physical or digital goods. The blockchain guarantees that when you buy tokens of an asset, no one can erase or alter your ownership, so your ownership is "locked-in" or in other words, immutable.

The most popular asset being tokenized currently is artwork. Other popular assets are investments, real estate, exotic sports cars, and even racehorses. We could see in the near future sports teams allowing for tokenization ownership. The Dallas Cowboys and Las Vegas Raiders have been rumored to be putting up to 10% of the ownership of the respective franchises for fans and investors.

This is no longer just about technology companies (tech stocks) being involved, this is an investment opportunity which could reach every sector in the US economy, the European Union economy, as well as the entire world economy. 

If you lack confidence in your investing experience, or you are looking into investing seriously for the first time in your life, going on a hunch, or a rumor, often turns out badly. Our advice is to get information that has been proven from investment analysts such as Jeff Brown.

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