Category: Financial Analyst

13 Nov

Oxford Club a Global Leading Investment Firm

Oxford Club is a privately owned firm of investors and entrepreneurs from different parts of the world. The Club uses unique investment strategies that have worked consistently over time to beat the stock market leading to good investment returns for clients. The Club makes investments on bonds, equities, real estate, options funds, precious metals and forex trade among others. The Club was formed with the aim of creating extraordinary and long-lasting wealth for its clients or rather investors.

Oxford Club was founded in the year 1989 in Baltimore, Maryland. The club has been able to achieve its goals through careful analysis and observation of the market trends and having experts who are well informed and have unique ideas on the best type of investment clients should engage in. The Club has been in existence for almost thirty years now thus has vast experience in the investment industry. The Club also has an amazing editorial team that is headed by Alexander Green who is the firm’s investment strategist and an all-time New York bestselling author. The Club started off as a small company, and today it boasts of having more than 157,000 members all of whom are spread across 131 countries.

Besides providing clients with a wide range of investment services the Club also provides Newsletter Services. The Club publishes three newsletters in a month and three daily e-letters as well as other related publications. The three newsletters are The Oxford Communique which features Alexander Green and provides readers with analysis, investment opportunities and marketing trends among others. The other Newsletters just to mention are The Oxford Income Letter and The Oxford Resource Explorer.

The Oxford Club provides a wide range of trading services which include advance energy strategist, automatic trading millionaire, inside alert, the momentum alert, tactical trader alert, lighting trend trader and prime system trader among others.

Oxford Club before making a conclusive investment decision for its clients first conducts intensive research on hundreds of investment opportunities and out of all those select those that have a high-profit potential and lower risk. The chances of success on investment are over 80%.

1 Apr

Even Warren Buffett Can Be Wrong About Investment

Warren Buffett talks about the mediocre funds that are expensive and shortchange the investors. Tim Armour agrees with this view and supports simple investments that are low in cost. He says that these are long terms investments that should be bought and just held. The investment strategy of Warren Buffett does not need any proof of approval. Hence he is the best person to say that Americans have to save more in order to cater for their retirement needs. They must invest and stay invested.

The consumers need to look at the product closely. There are a number of mutual funds that are providing mediocre or really poor returns in the long-run. This can be due to the high management fees associated with them or due to excessive trading. Besides, consumers are not aware of volatility risks. Even the opportunity costs of all these passive investments may be typically unknown. Hence the issue here is not about being active or passive. Rather it is all about the long-term basis of investment returns. A key component of these returns will be low costs.

Read more on Bloomberg.

Hence passive index returns cannot be considered as safe for retirement any more. Index funds do have an important place, but they cannot be a cushion against the markets being down. The main issue here is that people are now aware of the volatility as well as losses in case of market downturns.

Another fact is that the actively managed funds have not done that well in terms of the market over a meaningful time frame. Tim does talk about exceptions, though.

Tim Armour is the Chairman of Capital Group, and its Chief Executive Officer too. He stated that Warren Buffett is putting on $1 million for charity. But he would have done better by simply investing it in the S&P 500 passive index fund.

Learn more about Tim Armour: https://www.thecapitalgroup.com/us/about.html

1 Apr

Even Warren Buffett Can Be Wrong About Investment

Warren Buffett talks about the mediocre funds that are expensive and shortchange the investors. Tim Armour agrees with this view and supports simple investments that are low in cost. He says that these are long terms investments that should be bought and just held. The investment strategy of Warren Buffett does not need any proof of approval. Hence he is the best person to say that Americans have to save more in order to cater for their retirement needs. They must invest and stay invested.

The consumers need to look at the product closely. There are a number of mutual funds that are providing mediocre or really poor returns in the long-run. This can be due to the high management fees associated with them or due to excessive trading. Besides, consumers are not aware of volatility risks. Even the opportunity costs of all these passive investments may be typically unknown. Hence the issue here is not about being active or passive. Rather it is all about the long-term basis of investment returns. A key component of these returns will be low costs.

Read more on Bloomberg.

Hence passive index returns cannot be considered as safe for retirement any more. Index funds do have an important place, but they cannot be a cushion against the markets being down. The main issue here is that people are now aware of the volatility as well as losses in case of market downturns.

Another fact is that the actively managed funds have not done that well in terms of the market over a meaningful time frame. Tim does talk about exceptions, though.

Tim Armour is the Chairman of Capital Group, and its Chief Executive Officer too. He stated that Warren Buffett is putting on $1 million for charity. But he would have done better by simply investing it in the S&P 500 passive index fund.

Learn more about Tim Armour: https://www.thecapitalgroup.com/us/about.html