The Oxford Club and the Stock Market

Black Monday, well remembered as the stock markets worse day ever. It was October 19, 1987, and on that day the stock market plummeted 508 points or 22.6%.

During the two months prior to “Black Monday”, the Market was jumping all over the place, even peaking at some point. What was most unsettling about the Crash of 1987, was that nothing precluded it. There was no logical explanation for the Stock Market to dive down like it did on that day, and it hasn’t done it since.

The Oxford Club is a group of international investment entrepreneurs, who have learned ways to beat the stock market’s ups and downs by using their own methods of time-tested strategies. Their mission, “To help their members create long-lasting wealth.”

The Oxford Club has been around for more than two decades, They share unique, and generally all around investment ideas through publications which focus on investments and maintain a successful balance throughout all the markets conditions.

“Investment U” was founded in 1999, as an educational extension of “The Oxford Club”. Investment U offers a free e-letter, along with other educational information to its members, in an attempt to provide the answers to the long asked question, “How do I find ultimate financial freedom?”

The Oxford Club does its best to research the best possible investments, then share with its members only the ones most likely to profit most, with the least risk involved.

The Oxford Club was founded in 1989, in Baltimore, Maryland. It is a “for-profit” company with currently 51-100 employees. Members of the club have high levels of social as well as business connections shared from within their club. Most known for offering stock market assistance on numerous market investments, such as real estate, equities, bonds, collectibles, precious metals and currency.