The Oxford Club Works Hard for Its Members

The Oxford Club is a private network of serious investors who help each other, and who are interested in continuing their financial educations so they both grow and protect their portfolios.

 

Helping its members have more money with which to enjoy life is the Oxford Club’s mission, starting with Chief Executive Officer Julia Guth. She has assembled an experienced team of experts in marketing, customer service, research, editing, publishing, sales and operations. She has also enlisted a team of business and investing experts in all the investment asset classes. These experts share their knowledge about income investing, cryptocurrencies, options, bonds and stocks with Club members.

 

The Oxford Club goes back to 1989, when its founder William Bonner started it up under the name The Passport Club. Bonner, the founder of the Agora financial research and publication company, wanted it to serve as a network for investors and small business people. He changed the name to the Oxford Club in 1991. He and the other founders believe the best investment opportunities come through personal networking and research. Strong personal connections trump the mainstream business press and brokers.

 

The experts of the Oxford Club spend a lot of time researching investment opportunities. They share only the most low-risk and high-reward opportunities with Club members. This happens on a regular basis through the Club’s special alerts and monthly newsletters. This gives Club members an edge over ordinary investors who are relying on brokers or mutual fund managers. Club members have sustained their wealth through all market conditions since 1989, including the financial crisis of 2008.

 

The Oxford Club investment philosophy also includes protecting members from taxes. Its experts help members construct portfolios that reduce tax obligations as much as possible. The Club’s investment services are aimed at investors at all levels of expertise, from beginners to financial traders.