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Luke Lloyd

Wealth Advisor & Investment Strategist,

Strategic Wealth Partners

  • Wealth Advisor & Investment Strategist at Strategic Wealth Partners
  • Frequent Media Contributor on Fox Business, Fox News, and CNBC
  • Outspoken Advocate for Capitalism and Free Markets

About Luke

As an entrepreneur at heart, Luke Lloyd realized his love for business when he created his first one at the age of 17. Armed with an analytical mind and a background in mathematics, Mr. Lloyd is particularly adept at analyzing stock market trends through technical and fundamental analysis. An outspoken advocate for capitalism and the free markets, he is able to share his expertise on the economy and stock market through his national media appearances on Fox Business, Fox News, and CNBC.

Luke's Videos

Technology has always replaced jobs, but it has also always created new jobs. Are we close to a point where AI and technology will just replace jobs without creating new jobs? If that’s the case, companies will implement technological innovations to make their businesses more efficient and profitable, which is great for investors. The government will push more socialistic policies on us. As this scenario unfolds, what are some underrated and less looked at AI/Technology investments that you could look at? Luke will try to answer how this could unfold and where you should be looking. 

These are unprecedented times. Are we in a recession? Is the job-market strong enough to hold up this economy? Has inflation peaked? Will the Federal Reserve pivot this year and become more accommodative? There are so many variables that impact today's stock market. What even is rational or irrational anymore? Good news seems to be bad news and bad news seems to be good news. The biggest question of all, and the key to today's stock market, is understanding when good news will become good news again and bad news will become bad news again. Throughout this presentation, Luke tries to shed light on that fundamental question and how to control risk in your portfolio.

Over the past decade, we were spoiled with double-digit market returns and a low inflation environment. Over the next decade, it's entirely possible that single-digit returns are the norm with a dramatic increase in inflationary pressures. How do you hedge against these additional inflationary pressures? Do you have to take on more risk, or just use alternative investments? What should be your expectations over the next decade and how can you get the most out of your portfolio by eliminating the traditional stock and bond portfolio?