Chief Investment Strategist
Real Investment Advice
After having been in the investing world for more than 25 years from private banking and investment management to private and venture capital; Lance has pretty much “been there and done that” at one point or another. His common sense approach, clear explanations and “real world” experience has appealed to audiences for over a decade.
Lance is also the Chief Editor of the Real Investment Report, a weekly subscriber based-newsletter that is distributed nationwide. The newsletter covers economic, political and market topics as they relate to your money and life. He is also writes the Real Investment Daily blog which is read by thousands nationwide from individuals to professionals, and his opinions are frequently sought after by major media sources.
Lance’s investment strategies and knowledge have been featured on CNBC, Fox Business News, Business News Network and Fox News. He has been quoted by a litany of publications from the Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Bloomberg, The New York Times, The Washington Post all the way to TheStreet.com. His writings and research have also been featured on several of the nation’s biggest financial blog sites such as the Pragmatic Capitalist, Credit Writedowns, The Daily Beast, Zero Hedge and Seeking Alpha.
Mr. Roberts’s says the Trump tax cuts for corporations, while a good thing, have not accomplished what they were designed to do
We talk about tariffs, currencies and the imbalances that appear to be quite difficult to manipulate
All things go in cycles and we are at the end of a ten year strong bull cycle, that will not continue
How minimum wage was meant for temporary, first time employees, to bring them in at a fair wage to try them out, not for a living wage
Roberts’ says the median income for a small family to survive is $54,000 per year
The budget deficit may range up to 2 trillion in the red next fiscal year, with no debt limits in place again until 2021
Lance Roberts on the economy, investing and the Trump plans for same, August 12, 2019
August 14, 2019 @ 9:56 pm Greg
“Poor people in America have a three bedroom house and a swimming pool in the back yard.” What planet is this guy from???? I do see his point on the minimum wage….but that point is not valid in the real world. Employers do not look at the wage structure like that. Employers want cheap wages period. “A raise???? are you kidding me??? You’re lucky to have this job. Get back to work.” His example of the cause of the inflation of the 70’s, in explaining economic theory, completely ignores the closing of the gold window, and subsequent money printing, as a reason for that inflation. This guy is a bit out of touch….but then so are the people he works for. Just sayin.