EB Tucker: Every Dollar Will Be Tracked; Why the Fed Doesn’t Want You Owning Gold

Stansberry Research, Released on 3/14/22

Real inflation readings are showing, “about 10%,” which is detrimental for bank accounts and a really bad scenario for individuals, asserts E.B. Tucker, bestselling author of “Why Gold, Why Now?” Right now, “a net zero carbon economy is emerging,” Tucker says to our Daniela Cambone, and the carbon credit market will exponentially take off as we near 2030. “Eventually carbon will be used as a tax on the individual,” he predicts, which will equate to paying a fee to offset your overall carbon footprint sum. “Not all carbon credits are the same,” Tucker asserts, saying blue carbon is the juicy tenderloin of the carbon market, and it’s really a unique time to focus on [this sector]. Fedcoin will be a, “closed loop blockchain that the Fed controls, and it will track and trace every dollar,” Tucker says, when differentiating cryptocurrencies as they are known today. The physical gold to back the trades in the gold futures market does not exist,” he warns, concluding that it makes absolutely no sense that the gold price is not much higher.

Mr. Tucker is a director of Metalla Royalty and author of “Why Gold, Why Now” in addition to writing The Casey Report, a monthly investment advisory founded by legendary resource speculator Doug Casey. Prior to joining Casey, he served as the analyst and lead analyst on Stansberry’s Investment Advisory and The Bill Bonner Letter respectively. Before joining Stansberry, Mr. Tucker was a founding partner of KSIR Capital Management; an asset management firm focused on precious metal equities. He also co-founded KSIR Capital, a corporate finance advisory firm focused on the precious metals industry. He holds a B.Sc. in Business Administration with a focus in Finance from the College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina.

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