The Oxford Club Shares its Resources For Better Investments

spcblog, 11 April 2018, No comments
Categories: Investing, Manage Your Wealth

The Oxford Club was founded in Baltimore in 1989 and has been providing its members with sound financial advice and recommendations ever since. The Club has over three decades of experience in the concepts of market trends and trading strategies and is a valuable resource for its members.


The Oxford Club Offers trading services such as its Advanced Energy Strategist, Automatic Trading Millionaire, Fry’s Pinnacle Portfolio, The Insider Alert, Lightning Trend Trader, The Momentum Alert. Oxford Bond Advantage, and Prime System Trader. The Club also offers its Tactical Trader Alert, True Value Alert, The Viper Alert, and the Chairman’s Circle Breakout Alert.


They also offer three monthly newsletters, three daily e-letters, and several additional publications related to the topic. They put out The Oxford Communique, which features advice by strategist Alexander Green. They also put out the Oxford Income Letter and the Oxford Resource Explorer. The Oxford Income Letter offers insight into creating an unbeatable income portfolio and bond strategist Steve McDonald offers advice as well. The Oxford Resource Explorer analyzes global trends and provides insight, recommendations, and research findings on oil, and various commodities.


There are three membership options to choose from such as the Premier Membership, the Director’s Circle Membership, and the Chairman’s Circle Membership. The Premier Membership offers its members many benefits and is renewed annually. The Director’s Circle Membership is specifically for investors and gives its members access to all of their newsletters. The Chairman’s Circle Membership offers the most benefits and gives full access to its members. It is also a lifetime membership.


The Oxford Club is a private club of similarly-minded investors who share their expertise and connections in order to gain better investment opportunities that offer better gains and with little risk.


The Club began long ago and was known as “The Merchants & Brokers Exchange”. Gary Scott founded the original club in the 1970s during the Cultural Revolution of China. He was an American selling mutual funds and insurance in Hong Kong at the time. The patrons of the club eventually expanded to include London, and it has grown worldwide ever since.


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