Videos

VLOG: Why U.S. Household Wealth Is In A Bubble

Written by Jesse Colombo | Oct, 17, 2018

Since 2009, the U.S. has been experiencing a household wealth boom due to soaring stock, housing, and bond prices. Unfortunately, this wealth boom is driven by cheap credit and asset…

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VLOG: Why The Stock Market Is Heading For Disaster

Written by Lance Roberts | Oct, 12, 2018

In this presentation, Clarity Financial’s economic analyst Jesse Colombo explains why the U.S. stock market is experiencing a dangerous bubble that is going to burst violently and cause serious damage…

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VLOG: A Guide To The U.S. Corporate Debt Bubble

Written by Jesse Colombo | Oct, 10, 2018

In this special video presentation, Jesse Colombo explains the U.S. corporate debt bubble that is inflating in the U.S. While the soaring stock market has attracted the most attention, a…

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VLOG – Why $1 Million Ain’t What It Used To Be

Written by Lance Roberts | Sep, 27, 2018

Clarity Financial Chief Investment Strategist Lance Roberts reviews the ugly truth behind numbers revealing that being a millionaire doesn’t quite have the same cache it did 30-years ago. Also, why…

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VLOG – Are Markets Set To Soar Like 1992?

Written by Lance Roberts | Sep, 26, 2018

Clarity Financial Chief Financial Strategist Lance Roberts reviews the history of stock valuations, the CAPE, and how what happened in the early ’90’s is relevant to investors of the twenty-teens….

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VLOG – Markets Diverge From The U.S.

Written by Lance Roberts | Sep, 19, 2018

Clarity Financial Chief Investment Strategist Lance Roberts examines the divergence of world markets to the U.S. and discusses the message they may be sending to investors.

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VLOG – A Shift In Valuations & Investor Perspectives

Written by Lance Roberts | Sep, 19, 2018

Clarity Financial Chief Investment Strategist Lance Roberts examines stock valuations vs investor sentiment, and agrees with Prof. Robert Shiller’s assessment that investors have become complacent to the risk of higher…

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Video: Where’s The Value

Written by Lance Roberts | Apr, 27, 2018

“When you see a bubble, get out of the way.” John Coumarianos recently penned a discussion of a Research Affiliates notes on the over-valuation of U.S. stocks versus international. Read…

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Video: The One Question To Ask Your Advisor

Written by Lance Roberts | Apr, 13, 2018

On Wednesday, during the Real Investment Hour, I discussed a recent comment by David Rosenberg regarding “the most important” number, right now.  His answer: 13,000,000. That is the number of individuals…

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Video: Investing – Safety, Liquidity Or Return?

Written by Lance Roberts | Apr, 12, 2018

Yesterday, during the Real Investment Hour, I discussed the three components of any investment – safety, liquidity or return. Importantly, as an investor, you can only have 2 of 3 components…

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Danielle DiMartino-Booth: What Powell Really Said

Written by Lance Roberts | Mar, 28, 2018

Yesterday, on the “Real Investment Hour” I spoke with my dear friend Danielle DiMartino-Booth, best selling author of Fed Up, about the recent Federal Reserve policy announcement. Danielle takes a…

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VIDEO: It’s A Turkey Market

Written by Lance Roberts | Nov, 15, 2017

Earlier this week, I wrote about the “Turkey” market. What’s a “Turkey” market?  Nassim Taleb summed it up well in his 2007 book “The Black Swan.” “Consider a turkey that is fed every…

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VIDEO: Why You Suck At Investing

Written by Lance Roberts | Aug, 24, 2017

The three biggest deterrents to investment success for most individuals over time are fees, lack of capital to invest and human psychology. In this video we cover the 9-common psychological…

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VIDEO: Valuations Matter – Even For Millennials

Written by Lance Roberts | Aug, 24, 2017

I recently wrote a blog discussing some of the fallacies and myths surrounding “real” long-term investing especially as it relates to young millennial investors. The valuation levels when you start…

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