The Oxford Club is a worldwide club membership for stock market investors. The Oxford Club, through years of recollecting information from specialized individuals, is one step ahead of other investing groups in that their main goal is to earn a higher potential than the average earnings on stocks and trades. Their investment advice includes but is not limited to equities, real estate, precious metals, and bonds. Furthermore, The Oxford Club distributes their information through a series of newsletters.
Members receive three newsletters a month via mail, three electronic newsletters a day, and helpful services for investing and trading. Alexander Green is the chief investment adviser for their primary newsletter The Oxford Communiqué. Green publishes on his recommendations for the current stock market portfolio and a series of essays on entrepreneurial life-style.
Subscribers to The Oxford Communiqué receive stock reports put together by The Oxford Club. The other two monthly newsletters are The Oxford Income Letter and Oxford Resource Explorer. Additionally, The Oxford Club gives access to 12 trading services, each specialized in a specific type of investing. They range from discounted stocks speciality to clean energy sector stocks investing.
Those in the Chairman’s Circle Membership, the highest membership, are considered lifetime members of the journal and trading strategy at The Oxford Club. The cost for this membership includes one lifetime fee on top of the regular annual fee. The two lesser memberships are the Premier Membership, with one annual fee, and the second one, the Director’s Circle Membership, with two fees including the annual fee. Premier Memberships subscribers receive access to any regular newsletter subscription as well as most benefits. Director’s Circle Membership offers a second access to any family member of the primary subscription holder and access to all three of the newsletter publications.
The Oxford Club was founded in 1989, previously known as the Passport Club, by world renowned company founders and entrepreneurs. In 1991 the financial group network became known as The Oxford Club, a name that stuck to this day. The Oxford Club is known all around the world, with subscriptions of 157,000 members and fame in 130 countries.