For close to three decades, international private investors group, The Oxford Club has been advising investors from beginners to experts on how to achieve financial independence.
The Oxford Club, which was founded in Baltimore, Maryland in 1989, accomplishes this by providing members with investment strategies as well as through sharing information by way of monthly newsletters, and e-letters.
Prospective members can choose from any of three membership standings: the premier membership, the director’s circle membership or the chairman’s circle membership.
The introductory membership, known as the premier membership, are those who have signed up for any of the club’s paid publications while the director’s circle membership comprises those who have made a lifelong pledge to the club and to their financial future.
Those who sign on for the chairman’s circle membership have the right to use exclusive features of the website and gain access for their natural life to all the club’s publications.
Among The Oxford Group’s three newsletter services is its flagship newsletter, the Oxford Communique, authored by the group’s chief investment strategist, Alexander Green.
Green communicates his latest investment thoughts and strategies on the market monthly as well as analysis and counsel on trading and market trends. Members also receive weekly updates by email.
Chief Income Strategist, Marc Lichtenfeld provides advanced insights on the power of dividends and other income producing strategies through the Oxford Income Letter.
Energy and Infrastructure Strategist David Fessler, along with Macro Strategist Eric Fry, make recommendations for investment ideas in the energy and resource sector by way of the Oxford Resource Explorer.
What’s more, trading services range from recommendations in the energy sector, collecting income and finding stocks at considerable discounts while decreasing risk, to tracking macroeconomic trends and perspectives on company developments.
Trading services also take in what can make a stock skyrocket, investing in corporate bonds, stocks able to pound market returns by margins of more than 300%, gains in the value of shares, prospects for stocks trading for less than their worth and stocks with the largest makings for enormous short-term gains. (askreporter.com/2017/11/investing-and-trading-advice-from-the-oxford-club)
Another trading service, which is only available to Chairman’s Circle Members, permits members to trade in the most thriving patterns in the market.
The Oxford Club’s global network encompasses more than 157,000 members in 131 different countries.