Creator & Host, The Power & Market Report

Albert Lu is the managing director of WB Wealth Management, an investment advisory firm, and host of The Power & Market Report, an alternative market news and opinion program.

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Big Copper-Gold In Chile: Interview With Wojtek Wodzicki
Among the elements of copper's bright future - the increasing need for copper wiring in electric vehicles.
Rick Rule: Why Should We Buy Miners?
Why buy the miners? Rick Rule explains.
How To Invest In New Discovery Plays
How to identify and invest in new discover plays?
If There Are Reserves - That's Value
Whitney George explains how his method of value investing differs from that of Warren Buffet, particularly when it comes to resource holdings.
Fed Will Continue To Raise Rates?
The Fed will continue to raise rates and stall the economy.
Why Cobalt?
Cobalt may be the beneficiary of the anticipated battery boom.




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Work Experience

Presenter / Producer
The Power & Market Report
June 2014 - Present (7 years 5 months)

The Power & Market Report is a top-rated alternative market news and opinion podcast.

Managing Director
WB Advisors, LLC
December 2010 - Present (10 years 11 months)

A Registered Investment Adviser.

The Woodlands Bullion Company
January 2009 - Present (12 years 11 months)

A precious metals retailer.


McGill University
M. Eng,
1992 / 1994
Semiconductor Design & Test.
McGill University
Bachelor's Degree
1987 / 1992
Electrical and Electronics Engineering, 3.57.


Analog Signal Generation for Built-In-Self-Test of Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuits
Albert Lu
The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science

Analog Signal Generation for Built-In-Self-Test (BIST) of Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuits is a concise introduction to a powerful new signal generation technique.
The book begins with a brief introduction to the testing problem and a review of conventional signal generation techniques. The book then describes an oversampling-based oscillator capable of generating high-precision analog tones using a combination of digital logic and D/A conversion. These concepts are then extended to multi-tone testing schemes without introducing a severe hardware penalty. The concepts are extended further to encompass piece-wise linear waveforms such as square, triangular and sawtooth waves. Experimental results are presented to verify the ideas in each chapter and finally, conclusions are drawn. For those readers unfamiliar with delta-sigma modulation techniques, a brief introduction to this subject is also provided in an appendix.