• LAID OFF? RETIRING? OR PLANNING FOR YOUR FUTURE?

  • CONCERNED ABOUT WHERE WE ARE HEADED ECONOMICALLY?

  • IS THE BULL MARKET SET TO CONTINUE OR IS THE “BEAR” APPROACHING?

NEED THE ANSWERS TO THESE QUESTIONS AND MANY MORE?

YOU NEED TO PRE-REGISTER NOW FOR THE RIA:

2017 Economic & Investment Summit

(Brought to you by Real Investment Advice, Lance Roberts Show and KSEV Radio am700)


Come join Lance Roberts, one of the most trusted financial experts in Houston, along with his special guests:

  • Danielle DiMartino-Booth – Author of “Fed Up,” & President of Money Strong
  • Greg Morris – Author of “Investing With The Trend,” former manager for Stadian Mutual Funds.
  • Dave Collum – Professor, Cornell University, and;
  • Michael Lebowitz – President of 720 Global Research

We will discuss:

  • The state of the economy.
  • The risk of a severe market correction.
  • Interest rates, inflation and monetary policy.
  • Trump and the reality of fiscal policy in the current economy. 
  • The long-term outlook for the markets & your money, and;
  • What you should be doing now to protect yourself.

This is an educational and informational presentation to help you make better financial decisions for your future. It is not a “sales pitch” to sell you gold, guns, ammo, or oversized cans of “beanie-weenies.”

This event is for everyone whether you are a novice or an advanced investor. Lance uses the same easy to understand language, analysis and methods to explore the real data, without the media spin, to show you what is happening right now and why you need to pay attention to your money.


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Get your copy of INVESTING WITH THE TREND by clicking here:


It’s Your Money… Shouldn’t You Pay Attention To It?

  • Date: Saturday, April 1st – 8am to 2pm (Registration opens at 7am)

  • Location:

Please register today to reserve your seat now. These events are limited in size and they do sell out quickly. 

>> REGISTER NOW FOR THE NEXT EVENT: April 1st, 2017.

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