The Oxford Club: Helping Investors Gain And Protect Great Wealth

The 1987 stock market crash took place 30 years ago this week. October 19, 1987 was Black Monday. Dow Jones plunged 508 points. That was 22.6%. Two months earlier, the market had peaked. But the market had been experiencing wild day-long swings since that time. Without warning, the market suddenly did a nose dive and even blue chip stocks fell precipitously. Market veterans say people should not become complacent with the current preternatural calm of today’s booming market. They say it’s not if the market will crash again, it’s when. So investors would be wise to prepare.

The best investors don’t wait for bear markets to occur then react. They anticipate them and prepare. While the market is high, they emphasize quality stocks, allocate their assets properly, diversify broadly, use trailing stops and hold a good portion of cash. The cash doesn’t only lessen downside risk, it also positions them to take advantage the next time there is a bear market.

Companies like the Oxford Club can help. An international private network made up of investors and entrepreneurs, the goal of the Oxford Club is to help its members make and protect extraordinary wealth. For over two decades, no matter the market conditions, the organization has done exactly that. They do thorough research into hundreds of investment opportunities, select only the ones with the lowest risk and the greatest profit potential and then recommend those to their members.

In 1999 The Oxford Club founded its educational arm called Investment U. Through Investment U Daily, its free e-letter, as well as videos, courses and conferences, The Oxford Club helps investors obtain true financial freedom. They call the idea “liberty through wealth”. Investment U Plus, their daily newsletter’s premium version, offers subscribers actionable stock recommendations from their renowned market experts.

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