Investment U is the educational arm of The Oxford Club. The Oxford Club came into the online investment education space in 1999, at the top of the dot-com hype and have been around ever since. They help investors of all sizes make sound choices with their money in all market conditions. They offer a free e-letter called Investment U Daily, they also offer many other forms of education. There is also a premium service with actionable ideas and opinions from top market performers.
The Oxford Club currently has more than 157,000+ members from all over the world. They rely on The Oxford Club for sound investment advice daily on sticks, bonds, commodities, options, real estate, mutual funds, ETFs and more.
The Oxford Club bases its investment strategies on four main ideas; all portfolios should be well rounded, every trade or investment should come with an exit strategy, position sizing is important and should be specific to each individual portfolio and portfolio fee management.
Investment U at The Oxford Club teaches investors how to handle drawdowns in specific sectors through sound diversification ideas and position resizing as markets change. They give actionable ideas with recommendations for when and how to exit a position. They believe that you should always have a plan to sell before you enter any position and help their clients through this process. This establishes healthy trading habits for their investors so that they will be in a position to make the maximum amount of money possible on each recommendation.
The Oxford Club Investment U also guides investors onto a low fee path, as many fees can add up, when you take out taxes, mutual fund fees, portfolio manager fees, etc. They see a 0.3% annual fee as a good target for any investor to not exceed when making investment choices.
The Oxford Club offers world-class research for opportunities with the highest returns and the lowest overall risk. They also offer live seminars, symposiums and overseas excursions to learn more about how to protect wealth in any market conditions.