Albert Lu

Investment Advisor

Albert offers separate account portfolio management for individual high net worth investors.

In building client portfolios, Albert’s methods aim for long-term success while minimizing short-term market volatility. This is achieved through a long-only, diversified strategy, which incorporates a wide range of asset classes including equities, bonds, and precious metals.

He is the host of The Power & Market Report, a market news and opinion videocast. His opinions have appeared in popular news media including MarketWatch, SmartMoney Magazine, The Daily Caller, and

Mr. Lu, a proponent of the Austrian school of economics, holds a master’s degree in electrical engineering from McGill University.

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Houston Chronicle: What Happens to the Interest Rate During a Recession?
Interest rates affect all businesses, large and small, and interest rates typically fall during a recession. There are several reasons
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MarketWatch: Gun stocks may be losing their fire power
By Karen Talley With the debate over gun control showing no signs of quickly abating, firearms stocks may be in
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Financial Advisor Magazine: A Golden Age
Others prefer a mixed approach. “We recommend a combination of physical gold and ETFs,” says Albert Lu, a managing director
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International Business Times: US Economists Warn The Fed Is Setting Us Up For Deflation
“Essentially, as soon as the government stops the expansion, you are going to hit one of these deflationary corrections with
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The Daily Caller: Economic rebound in doubt as 10 percent of all US workers employed just ‘part-time’
Some experts think the U.S. economy will recover if left to its own devices, however, without targeted tax cuts or
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The Daily Caller: US-China trade deficit now largest in world history
“The deficit problem is a much bigger problem for China than for the U.S.,” WB Advisors managing director Albert Lu
Read more. Deflation: Is it real? What can you do?
Time to panic? The good news is that deflation is not the most likely outcome of the current economic environment.
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