The Oxford Club is a private international platform for investors and business people. The platform’s headquarters is in Baltimore, Maryland. The CEO and Executive Director of the platform are Julia Guth. It has more than 157,000 members. It offers a variety of services to its clients some of the facilities are; real estate, mutual funds, bonds, cryptocurrencies, base metals among others. These services are exclusive, time-tested principles and strategies designed to surpass other stock exchange platforms. Oxford Club also to outperform average returns in multiple asset classes. The club’s mission is to help its clients to multiply and protect their wealth, have a lifestyle that goes beyond wealth.
The Oxford Club’s research and strategy team research multiple asset classes to select investment opportunities with better potential returns and minimal risk then share with its’ clients. Its success is based on its principles and outstanding strategy, one that investors should consider if they are investing in retirement. The Oxford Club has monthly newsletters, trading recommendations, and investment research services. It also holds symposiums, financial seminars, and overseas investment excursions.
The Oxford Club has four paramount investment strategies. The first strategy is; A well-balanced investment diet. This strategy describes diversification of investments and different stocks as well as sectors and risk levels. This helps when an entire industry falls in the market, a portfolio’s value is not decimated. The club also calls for diversification among assets classes and diversity by risk since it is essential to low risk hence high return investing.
The second strategy is to have an exit strategy. In the Oxford Club, every “buy” recommendation is made with a clear exit strategy.one should know when and how one plans to sell before even buying. This helps to take the unknown out of investing and guarantees profits and protects principles. The third strategy is; Size Matters. Position sizing is essential to successful investing. The Oxford Club uses a formula to determine the amount to spend in a particular stock and different classes of assets categorized by risk.
The Oxford Club’s fourth strategy is; Cut your investment costs. This can be done by stiff-arming both the fund managers with their oppressive fees and the tax collector. By cutting these and other portfolio expenses, net returns can be increased.
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