The Oxford Club And What It Stands For

The most wealthy people on planet Earth didn’t accumulate their fortunes solely through working hard and applying themselves. Regardless of how hard any of them, or any wealthy person, for that matter, have worked, it’s safe to say that a majority of their collective wealth came either through inheritance or investments.

 

While it’s likely that most people who read this – if any – never will eventually become filthy rich, it’s important for everyone to know the basics of investments.

 

To make sure that its many members get a grip on what’s going on in the world of finance, The Oxford Club sends three monthly newsletters, titled The Oxford Communique, Oxford Resource Explorer, and The Oxford Income Letter, beside three daily letters sent directly to members’ email addresses, and 12 unique trading services.

 

Those trading services don’t pertain to any particular investment class, collectively, though each one of those twelve are focused on wildly different things, helping investors from all sorts of disciplines take hold of their investing efforts.

 

Investment U is another outreach program that The Oxford Club is deeply involved in. It also sends out a newsletter every day to its members, It will be holding 2018’s annual investment conference on the weekend of March 15, running through the 18. Investment U’s conference will take place at the Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.

 

Joining The Oxford Club and reading the information it and Investment U puts out are plentiful. One of the most prominent of them is being able to network with other like-minded individuals focused on success, no matter where you’re located, as The Oxford Club has active members in 131 countries on planet Earth.

 

Another benefit includes members’ constant access to many top-notch financial advisors through the group’s exclusive, one-of-a-kind Pillar One Advisors Program.