The Wall Street Journal ranked The Oxford Club’s newsletter among the best in 2014. This achievement was a continuation of the firm’s 13 years of success making it outshine other front-runners in business.
According to the Hulbert Digest, The Oxford Club was among the only 12 advisors who had been making money throughout the previous three cycles irrespective of the nature of the market. The Hulbert Digest’s goal was not to pinpoint consultants who made the most money, but to identify the ones who thrived whether the business was high or low.
The Oxford Club’s winning formula is investing in ventures with low risk and high returns. The firm has a team of brilliant specialists. They pool many investing models which they dissipate through ten business advisories and three monthly newsletters.
The firm does not rely on predictions of how the stock market is likely to behave since you cannot predict which stock will rise or fall. The experts analyze businesses diligently before investing to ensure that their risk of disappointing minimal.
The Chief Investment Strategist, Alexander Green, sends a summary of The Oxford Club’s investment strategy to every new subscriber of the Oxford Communique.
The Synopsis usually informs new members that businesses which do all things the correctly increase sales, grow market share, compound earnings at high rates, pay down debt, improve operating margins, and buy back shares. With all these factors in place, you can rest assured of fantastic returns irrespective of the performance of the stock market or the economy.
The Oxford Club urges its members not to take heed to the prediction of the financial media since it can be deceiving. The Club’s strategy never fails. It has succeeded for more than a decade. No consultancy matches the Oxford Communique.
The Oxford Club is a financial organization founded in 1989. It has more than 80,000 members from various countries. It aims at helping members to gain and retain wealth.
Alexander Green who leads the editorial team frequents the Wall Street Journal and is a bestselling author of the New York Times. His flagship newsletter, the Oxford Communique regularly ranks as one of the leading portfolios in America.