Alexander Green is an investment advisor, portfolio manager, and research analyst who currently works for the Oxford Club.
A Bit of Background
Alexander Green is the Chief Investment Strategist at the Oxford Club, which is a well-known, private network of entrepreneurs and financial advisors which publishes investing newsletters like the Oxford Income Letter and the Oxford Communiqué. He contributes to multiple premium subscription services included in the Oxford Club’s wide array of products, including:
Oxford CommuniquéOxford Communiqué ProOxford CenturionOxford Microcap TraderThe Momentum AlertThe Insider Alert
Where was Alexander Green before Oxford Club?
Before his time at the Oxford Club, Alexander Green worked on Wall Street as a research analyst, investment advisor, and portfolio manager. He retired at 43 after “developing his extensive knowledge and achieving financial independence.”
No information is available about his personal life.
Alexander Green’s current resume includes multiple concurrent occupations. His main job is providing Oxford Club members with investment guidance on the stock markets, where he contributes to the Communiqué. However, Mr. Green does not contribute to the Income Letter.
He also contributes to three different investment research service subscriptions: Oxford Microcap Trader, The Insider Alert, and The Momentum Alert.
Oxford Microcap Trader is a service that focuses on microcap stocks (penny stocks). It attempts to find the perfect stock that’s currently undervalued using growth and value indicators. According to the Microcap Trader’s landing pages, the stocks suggested by the service offer a “10X profit potential.”The Insider Alert is a weekly financial newsletter that claims to offer insider information to subscribers. The idea is that knowing what a giant company—for example, a major tech company—plans to do ahead of time should play a major role in your investment ideas. The service aims to provide these unique insider alerts in a timely and legal fashion.The Momentum Alert claims to offer subscribers a strategy to determine and take advantage of the market’s fastest-moving stocks. Based on “107 years of data,” the service has produced an average return of 63%.
In addition to his major role in providing financial advice and investment advice to Oxford Club subscribers, Mr. Green is also the primary contributor to an investment e-letter called Liberty Through Wealth.
Unlike his other works, a subscription to Liberty Through Wealth is free. The newsletter focuses on providing recommendations and industry insights based on Alexander Green’s previous trading experience.
In addition to his contributions to various Oxford Club monthly newsletter services and his own investment newsletters, Alexander Green is also a best-selling author. To date, he’s written four books.
The Gone Fishin’ Portfolio: Get Wise, Get Wealthy…and Get on With Your Life
This book—first published on June 1, 2020—is based on the principles and teachings of Alexander Green’s own portfolio, the Gone Fishin’ Portfolio. It’s one of the same portfolios used in The Oxford Communiqué. The book itself covers a multitude of topics, ranging from general investing tactics to the complex relationship between the risks you take & the rewards you may receive.
The unique takeaway from this book is that the market is based on uncertainty. Rather than trying to calculate the market, this book teaches you how to capitalize on that uncertainty, basing your investment strategy on high-probability methods.
In addition to covering the ins and outs of the Gone Fishin’ Portfolio, the book also delves into the psychological side of investing. Green explains the challenges investors are likely to face—both psychologically and financially—while offering a method to overcome them and achieve financial success.
The Secret of Shelter Island: Money and What Matters
Originally published on June 1, 2010, “The Secret of Shelter Island” is a book that focuses on one’s own relationship with money. Whereas Green’s other publications focus on interacting with external forces like the general stock market, this book aims to help readers lead their own version of a “rich life.” It places great importance on making the most of the resources you have at your disposal.
In addition to covering finances, the book also examines the relationships between personal character, your outlook on life, and philosophy.
Beyond Wealth: The Road Map to a Rich Life
As the name of this book suggests, “Beyond Wealth” looks beyond finances into other aspects of life. Covering topics like work, honor, trust, love, fear, and beauty, this book is full of Alexander’s philosophies about daily life.
An Embarrassment of Riches: Tapping Into the World’s Greatest Legacy of Wealth
His most recent book—published on November 25, 2013—is another philosophical read. This one, however, focuses on both the tangible and intangible sources of wealth enjoyed by modern society.
Outside of work, Alexander has been profiled numerous times by various companies including, MarketWatch, Forbes, and The Wall Street Journal. He’s also appeared on various radio & television shows, such as CNBC, The O’Reilly Factor, and Fox News.Learn More About Oxford Club Income ReportLearn More About Oxford Communiqué