The Oxford Club, a private company that includes a network of entrepreneurs whose mission is to help its members to grow and also to protect the members’ wealth. The mission is achieved through a timely sharing of ideas done through the publication that is investment focused. Investment opportunities are researched, and those with greatest potentials and have lowest risks are shared with the members. The Club boasts of more than 157,000 members around the world. These members cut across 131 countries.
The Oxford Club was founded in 1989 by among others, William Bonner, with the name Passport Club. In 1991, the club took the name The Oxford Club in the year 1991. The aim of founding such a club come up with a club of investors that is private. The members, or rather, these investors would share an interest in unique opportunities which were deemed best around the world. They believed that the best investment opportunities were to be realized through personal connections and not relying on the mainstream media.
At the moment, The Oxford Club gives three newsletters, five e-letters, and more than ten trading services. The services offered cut across people of all walks of life hence helping members to attain the much desired financial autonomy. Members get timely information through the various publications by the club.
The Oxford Club was rated by The Wall Street Journal among the best in business. With 13 years of experience, the Oxford Club has been able to offer subscribers annualized gain that is above any offered in the market. Their investment strategies are based on lower risks compared to the general market.
The Oxford Club’s investment strategy is based on less risk but larger returns. The club relies on stable but growing talented experts. Each of these experts come with their own tactics and distinctions. Currently, the club gives lots of investment ideas through 10 trading advisories and monthly letters.
The Clubs strength lies in the fact that it does not rely on speculation. The success story is in doing thorough business analysis which they believe is the core to success in the stock market. According to Oxford Communique, a newsletter sent to new subscribers, being the best in the market involves doing the right things such as compounding earnings at high rates, market share growth, increased sales, improving operating margins, paying down debts and buying back shares by companies. These companies will succeed regardless of the state of the economy.