The Oxford Club Shares Four Great Investment Strategies

Recently The Oxford Club provided four investment strategies. The first one involved diversification. The Oxford Club recommended that stocks, sectors and risk levels should all be diversified.

Having an exit strategy was another piece of advice given by The Oxford Club. The publisher said that the best investors know when to sell. Members of The Oxford Club know when they should count their losses and exit.

The publisher also recommended that people should use a position-sizing formula. This is because it can help investors determine how much they should put in for a specific stock. The Oxford Club believes that position sizing plays a crucial role in how successful an investor will be.

The fourth strategy involves cutting investment costs. They mentioned how there are moves investors can make to get the most from their investment portfolio. One of those moves is to cut costs by stiff-arming the IRS, as well as fund managers who often charge high fees.

Those were the four strategies The Oxford Club shared. You can learn more about their strategies and tactics by subscribing to their newsletter.

What Is The Oxford Club
It is a financial publisher with members. The Oxford Club is based in Baltimore, Maryland and makes recommendations on what strategies their members can follow for building wealth and preserving it. As of now, over 80,000 people are members of The Oxford Club. Their members are located in over 90 countries.

The Oxford Club sends out monthly newsletters. Besides that, they hosts overseas investment excursions and financial seminars. One of the founders of the publisher is William Bonner, who is also the founder of Agora Inc. . He and a few others originally launched The Oxford Club under the name Passport Club. The name was changed in 1991, two years after launching.

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