30 Years On, The Oxford Club Continues to Show the Smart Way to Invest

Private entrepreneurial network The Oxford Club has, through a series of expert research and tangible results, developed strategies that help investors seek out and locate investment opportunities that promise solid returns – strategies that it has shared through Investment U, the Oxford Club’s educational arm. While no investment can be said to be guaranteed, using the plans developed by the Oxford Club will certainly stack the odds in one’s favor.

 

First, the Oxford Club encourages portfolio diversification – not just across individual stocks but also across markets and sectors, as well as risk levels and asset classes, giving the investor the highest chance of success and the lowest chance of jeopardy long-term.

 

The Club also stresses the importance of knowing when to sell stocks, and in fact advises that an exit strategy for selling be determined in advance of buying a particular stock. This eliminates indecisiveness and guesswork on the part of the investor.

 

Another strategy, tied to the concept of diversification, is the use of position sizing to ascertain how much to invest in a particular stock versus another across many different asset classes.

 

Finally, the Club advocates cutting costs where possible to make one’s portfolio as lean as possible and see net increases in returns; tactics to achieve this include bypassing fund managers as well as legally minimizing tax liabilities.

 

Oxford Club makes investment recommendations based specifically on these strategies, and for nearly 30 years has seen members reap the rewards. Started as the Passport Club in 1989, this global network of investors and entrepreneurs now number more than 157,000 in over 130 countries and has emerged as one of the world’s leading providers of prime investment opportunities as well as strategies and tactics designed to facilitate wealth creation and successful investment.

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