The Oxford Club and Investment Ideas

This article will recap another article about the Oxford Club. Then some general information will be given. A couple weeks ago there was a Private Wealth Seminar for the Oxford Club. It was located in the Four Seasons Resort in Santa Fe, New Mexico. One person there asked a burning question, the question was wondering how much money should the attendee have in stocks.

 

The answer is dependent on several factors. They are the portfolio size, the monthly overhead, health, and finally age. We are in a time where Americans lie longer. If retirement happens in an age around 65 it shows that you are in good health. Three decades in retirement could be an option. If this is so, a great amount of equities has to be needed to start a giant term return that can go over the rate of inflation comfortably.

 

The market might keep continuing to go down the following years. There might be a situation where you have been big enough to set aside five years of expenses. There are five examples of options that could work, they are work for a longer time, save more money, investing at a higher return rate, set aside a less riskier three or four years of reserve, finally reduce or add the expenses of living.

 

Now some general information on the Oxford Club. The Oxford Club is both an international and private network consisting of entrepreneurs and investors. They have a simple mission which is assisting over 80,000 members in protecting and gaining great amounts of wealth. The Oxford Club has done that job for more than twenty years, in every condition of markets.

 

They have a belief that the best chances of success can often be found out of the mainstream press. There has been research of hundreds of the opportunities of investment. Only those are selected with the lowest risk and best potential of profit. The members then shared this on Facebook.