101 ‘Oxford Club’ Reviews
I don't know how good the stock picks are. I have been a subscriber for about 4 months now. None of the recommended stocks have made any real measurable amount of gain but they haven't lost either. The thing I don't like is the constant deluge with all sorts of additional advertisements for many additional investment related news letters. It makes the organization appear to be cheap, unprofessional and snake oil salesman.
Sell a quality news letter at a reasonable price and deliver on your promise. Don't slam my inbox with constant offers for more new letters. What is wrong with the subscription I bought? Sell a subscription that contains complete recommendations and quit with the SPAM!
Could do nothing & likely end up just fine. In retirement better off average family 4 in NoCal SF Bay area excluding paid off house, 6 figures annually & in bank. Wife provides complete 2ndary high end PPO to supplement Medicare. Complimentary mixed race couples W/ shared values usually most successful.
Problem W/ my annuity is other than rock solid 4% money market with well funded insurance company to provide MDR in down market in 4 years, I need overall 5 % total. Managers of 457 won't privately manage for fee, institutional funds they offered to employer I retired from. I need to at least to meet a double down sucks to be us health scenario, after exhausting long term care insurance. Put half a bill and got 18% in a small daily managed roll over IRA for small part of it, but need bit more similar in stocks, a proposal I'm reviewing.
Want $10K- $20K moon shot advice to present to our broker for what looks the best for him to invest for us. All our nieces and nephews very or exceedingly successful both sides. Unlike my wife raised as a rich man's daughter in 3rd world country, our broker a US citizen because of his father's tenacity. His father brought whole family as LEGAL immigrants. We share a low family income in common, upbringing, and similar values. If I had a sister, sister in law, or niece his age, he'd make a good husband & relation. Looking for something Roger can't pick apart; including some of his employer's offerings I've mentioned.
Would be fantastic to leave a legacy Dems & Lefty's hate: Mixed race, 50 until death marriage, chiding Dems with excellent American & Chinese majority & minority pedigrees: Jewish ancestor fighting in Revolutionary War. (Every generation serving US Military) and Hui/ Silk Road Simper Fi quality faithful Han Muslim General serving Tang Court. Today his ancestors serve US or Taiwan.
I bought into the lifetime subscription for a grand total of about $500, and so far I'm liking the feel of having a seasoned advising team. Not that I've gained anything after 3 days investing in 7 stocks, overall, but I've been in and out of this game and have never came out ahead. It always seemed like big fish eating up the little fish, like me. Although it feels a little different this time with the professional guidance and O'Reilly recommendation. Of course he must have made money promoting the Oxford Club, at least in offing his Trump book. But I do believe there is some truth to his recommendation. It will take time and my own common sense to find out. There are many fundamental tips on how to trade, invest and save money. One thing that I like is the 12 month investing approach, investing 4% of your available cash per stock with 25% trailing stops, so that for any single investment you can only lose 1%. Not only this, but staying invested for 366 days or more saves a lot on taxable gains. I am getting some emails in today; one promoting a Momentum Alert service on "dark trades". Seems a little fishy to me, along with the sense of urgency they put into buying the service: only available for the first 200 callers for (not $4000, but today only $1400). Really? Seems like a slimy sales tactic. And why could this be better stock advice than what I just paid for?... but again, I'm new to this and new to the Oxford Club. I'll stay reserved here until I learn more and earn more.
Oxford Club is a SCAM! I joined for $99.00, and consequently am incredibly disappointed with their 'so called' services. Shame on me for not checking reviews and the 'Better Business Bureau' which has countless negative reviews on Oxford. I've received many, many emails from Oxford that result in constant requests to sign up for 'trading secrets' that cost thousands of dollars to 'join'. I plan to cancel my current subscription, and do not expect a return of my $99.00. Yes, I was also 'suckered' in by their on-line presentation with Bill O'Reilly.
Charlatans. .. a real joke. For $7900 you will make millions if you can spend hours reading all their junk and then be exactly good enough to pick one of the hundreds of recommendations that are given which are the ones they choose when promoting their junk. They NEVER speak about their losers which are plentiful. But just think about this... $59,000 worth of information for only $7900!!!! Wow...what a bargain.
Never did find out why Steve McDonald, their bond "specialist "left or was fired. Hmm just wondering. A real joke
Oxford club is a big time scam artist organization. I did it because of Bill O'Reilly that I truly respected was a aprt f it. But for him to place his name to this dishonest company it is sad. I realized that these people are just dishonest and I can not understand why Bill would associated with these people.
They charged me an extra $3000.0 and more on my credit card because of additional infomation I did not need. SAD!!!
Glad I read this comment section. I've never invested and was about to drop $15K on the new 5G stocks after I paid $99 for the publication of course. My $15k is safe. Maybe I should just start a Taco Stand
I was looking for a group that sounded right for me. I've played the market and lost since I was a kid and lost my axx 99% of the time. I'm 70 now. Once I made 40K in two hours. I figured "Now I knew what I was doing. I was wrong! I lost it all! It takes time. A "long term" stock was up 29% and fell back a little. They bounce around a bit. Patience people. Two hour wins are very rare. Find a good one and "let it ride" till "due diligence" tells you to sell. Alex seems to know what he is doing. Bill O'Rilley is window dressing. He listens to Alex but he understands patience. $3.00 is good for me with a great dividend. 78,000 patents? Go figure! I'm a believer.
I subscribed to the basic newsletter with the full knowledge that there would be lots of up-selling going on for their very pricey add-on services. I hate to say it, but this is somewhat typical of many of these newsletters including competitors such as the Motley Fool subscriptions (which I tried out a number of years ago).
I got in and quickly out of MRVL (basically, broke even) as I suspected it was being over-hyped and it got a "D" rating on Schwab. Not that Schwab ratings are the end all as to advice, but it was a red flag for me. All that said, I think one needs to filter out some of the recommendations with additional research and due diligence. Some of their other recommendations have been good such as SYF (at least, at this point in time). Please don't view this service as some sort of "get rich quick" scheme. The basic service is fine, but I really wouldn't opt for their more expensive offerings. I wouldn't call Oxford a scam..rather, a springboard or basis for some possible stock recommendations while taking into account basic investing principles and maintaining asset allocation within one's long-term goals.
There is definitely an overabundance of hyperbole and spam e-mails that one will get with this service. The basic Oxford Intelligencer newsletter is relatively inexpensive and can provide a few good leads if one takes time to research the recommended picks and not take unreasonable risks.
Louis, December 7, 2019
I'm an 88 y/o man who lost a good portion of his retirement in 2008. I will probably have to move out of my house. I happened to see an add by Bill O'Reilly, who I highly respected, extolling the merits of joining Alex Green and Oxford Club. Thought I might recoup some of my losses based on your add and on the Bill's recommendation. I joined the club against my wife's wishes who felt this to be a scam. Who are you people, that are permitted to be so dishonest. I need and respectfully request returning my registration money. There is nothing I can see here but a marketing scheme.
Bill O'Reilly sold out to Oxford. I joined and quickly discovered it's nothing more than a marketing machine to constantly sell you (bug you) to buy new and "better" advice before providing any decent advice to make money with. Oh by the way I'm already down 10% on his 10x recommendation to go long MRVL.
They claim X amount gains on certain stocks and derive those percentages from the optimum time to get. Problem is they recommend stocks for months so entry points are not optimal. They stop out on many of their "10 baggers".
I bought Foxconn a year ago and still at a loss they claim up 29%. That was marketed at "you can mortgage the house on this one". If I had I'd be living in a van down by the river. Maybe it will be something some day but point is, don't jump into their recommendations or better yet get your stock choices from a hat. You'll do better.
I was lucky I only bought the 49 spot. These are ALL scammers including Bill Oreilly. Man I loved this guy until he stooped this low
I first subscribed to the Oxford Income Letter over 2 years ago after reading Marc Lichtenfeld's book "Get Rich With Dividends." The philosophy he has for choosing and staying invested in safe dividend stocks is brilliant! Later I added the Oxford Communique. This year I was glad to become a member of the Chairman's Circle, giving me insights into the proper way to choose bonds and a variety of investment strategies. I have more than enough choices in their newsletters of profitable investing opportunities. Alexander Green is a deep thinker and writes the thought-provoking Liberty through Wealth. I read every issue. Customer service answers the phone and my emails. I wish I had joined the Oxford Club 15 years ago.
We experienced a “bait and switch”. The pricing on the first page was clearly marked either 49.00 or 129.00. Entered our card information, scroll through several pages of “fluff”, get to the end and they gave me a receipt for 466.80. Company is unreachable via the phone numbers they have listed
I have read so many pie in the sky stories like this one trust me its so sad I have asked so many of these scammers prove it..... and I would make it a life time job to bring in customers they all want up front cash but how it really works is that they will recommend a stock that's on fire and here is where it all begins with most of them they buy 10K shares spike it the stocks then tell you to invest so not only did we buy a worthless membership with them we are now buying 5k shares and guess what this is where we push the price of the stocks up and he sells all his stocks makes big money then let you know I just made $5000 and leave you hanging now your trying to sell to cut your loss its the big fish little fish syndrome.
Watched the presentation with Bill O'Reilly and Alex Green, sounded reasonable until I reviewed the customer responses above and other information I found regarding this offer.
Sounds reasonable; however, with an average rating of only 2.64, I personally would not invest in anything with this low of an opinion.
I should have read the reviews first. This is worthless. I cannot even access my account.
I am calling my credit card company. Larry King should be ashamed of himself
promoting this with the tease of sending his free new book. Which I have not received.
Ordered the newsletter offered with O'Reilly's recommendation. The $149 became $567.20.
Have been calling on this Monday Nov 4, twice on hold for 12 minutes, next call on hold over 10 minutes.
I am so disappointed in the positioning of Alex's Communique. It is buried in other advisory's email's. The Oxford should put Alex back on his positive perch.
I invested in Oxford Club's Chairman circle because of Alex and Mark's research and advice.
Please review the important Pillars and goals of what the Oxford Club stands for. Disappointed member.
Too many sponsored ads. There should be a statement what sponsored means to Oxford members. It is getting to look like Bonner and other investment advisers. Members are wandering.