Great wealth and a satisfying life for its members are the goals of the Oxford Club. With their closed group of expert investors and entrepreneurs, they use their expertise and time-tested concepts to accumulate vast resources via equities, bonds, options, real estate, currencies, and much more. Founded in 1989 Baltimore Maryland, The Oxford Club has over 157,000 members across 131 countries.
Some experts include Alexander Green who is the Chief Investment Strategist, and Marc Lichtenfeld the Chief Income Strategist. Eric Fry the Macro Strategist is able to look at the economy and the worlds political trends to determine the shift in how companies will operate in the near future. This insight allows those he coaches to make very tactical moves to put their money best to see growth. Both strategists together provide strategies and specialized analysis of trading options, market trends, bonds, and stocks. Whatever the investment option, Oxford Club provides an expert in that field, with monthly newsletters and e-letters to members on latest updates. Depending on the investment, Oxford Club has 12 unique trading services that give insight on the various investment options.
Some of the many investments include energy, discounted stock, bonds, biotechnology, and more. The precious knowledge of the Oxford is distributed among the three distinct memberships within the club. Premier, Director’s Circle, and Chairman’s Circle. Each requiring different money values to gain access and the more given the more benefits the member can reap from.
Oxford strongly believes in both gaining and protecting their wealth the obtain. They look to receive the highest profit at the lowest potential risk. This truth is then spread among those within the organization. Many people receive their advice on wealth from the news and media, this is accessible to all. The true secrets of wealth are passed from a trusted friend or family member to another. Oxford Club protects their wealth by only entrusting their knowledge to a select few. Becoming a member of the club is not hard, only costly. But many have seen the benefits of a small seed sacrificed to yield a bountiful harvest of fruit.