Hal Lambert Republican Strategist, Former Ted Cruz National Finance Chair, Former Finance Chair for the Texas GOP, Founder and CEO of Point Bridge Capital
PREDICTIONS FROM THE RIGHT:
A Trump Indictment Will Happen
Biden Will Run Without Harris
The Stock Market Will Tumble And The Economy Will Weaken
Hal Lambert KNOWS what is going on behind the scenes in Washington, on Wall Street, and on Main Street
Hal served on the Inaugural Committee for President Donald Trump and worked as a National Finance Chair for presidential campaigns in 2012 and 2016. He was the Finance Chair for the Texas GOP and has raised funds for numerous U.S. Senate campaigns as well as for candidates in his home state of Texas. Hal is also the Former National Finance Chair for Senator Ted Cruz
With the Nation at odds with itself and the Stock Market on a roller-coaster ride, get REAL insight from Hal Lambert, a man who has a perspective few others do and isn’t afraid to voice them.
Chyron: Founder and CEO of Point Bridge Capital; Creator MAGA ETF; Former Ted Cruz National Finance Chair
Location: Fort Worth, Texas
Background: Hal Lambert has a long track record of investment experience, having spent 15 years managing portfolios at Credit Suisse and J.P. Morgan. Hal was a Director at Credit Suisse advising and managing client assets in excess of $1 billion, and he headed discretionary portfolio management for the Southwest and Western regions of the United States for J.P. Morgan. In addition to 15 years with these two global investment firms, Hal was a credit analyst for the Texas-based Bass Family in convertible bond arbitrage. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst and member of the CFA Institute.
Hal has been active in Republican politics for over a decade, using his experience in investing and politics to create the MAGA ETF and the Politically Responsible Investing strategy. He served on the Inaugural Committee for President Donald Trump and worked as a National Finance Chair for presidential campaigns in 2012 and 2016. He was the Finance Chair for the Texas GOP and has raised funds for numerous U.S. Senate campaigns as well as for candidates in his home state of Texas. Hal received a BBA in Finance from The University of Texas at Austin and an MBA from Georgetown University.