Many people have money they wish to grow by investing it, usually in the stock market. However, because many of those people are not experts at investing, they seek help from those who are experts.
This has created a highly competitive market for investing experts, advisors and their newsletters. The original king of financial journalism, especially in the United States, is The Wall Street Journal. Once a year, they rate the newsletters giving such advice.
Once again, the Oxford Communique was one of the best, according to the Wall Street Journal. It made the list by because its recommendations beat the market average return without taking on extra risk. And it has done so for the past 12 years. Mark Hulbert noted that the Oxford Club newsletter has exceeded market returns in both the up and down stages of the last three market cycles. This is quite unusual. Many newsletters give out one type of advice only. When the market happens to fit their style of advice, they do great. However, when the market changes and their advice remains the same, the results are dismal for investors following their recommendations.
Based in Baltimore, Maryland, The Oxford Club goes back to 1989. It’s an independent group of investors who share their experiences and expertise for the greater financial good of all.
Alexander Green is The Oxford Club’s Chief Investment Strategist as well as editor of the Communique. So the award from the Wall Street Journal reflects great honor on him. Its recommendations reflect his philosophy to make great returns without taking on additional risk.
Through its website for Investment U, The Oxford Club does its best to educate its members and interested subscribers how to be better investors. They send out Investment U Daily, a free email service. The premium version, Investment U Plus, contains stock tips that subscribers can use as soon as they log in to their brokerage accounts. The Club has a large number of highly respected and accomplished investing experts who contribute their advice and expertise. They include bestselling authors, Wall Street portfolio managers, technical analysts and people you often see on CNBC and Fox.