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Alexander Green

Chief Investment Expert

An expert on momentum investing, value investing and investing based on insider activity, Alex worked as an investment advisor, research analyst and portfolio manager on Wall Street for 16 years. He now runs the wildly successful Oxford Communiqué, ranked as one of the top investment newsletters by Hulbert Digest for more than a decade. He is also the author of four national best-sellers: The Gone Fishin’ Portfolio, The Secret of Shelter Island, Beyond Wealth and An Embarrassment of Riches. He shares his wisdom in his free daily e-letter, Liberty Through Wealth.

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What You Need to Own If This Turns Into a Real Bear Market

If the unpleasantness in the market evolves into something more serious, history suggests one asset class will be the best performer in your portfolio.

The Two Calculations Every Investor Needs to Make

As an investor, if you’re not focused on these important factors – all within your control – then you are taking your eye off the ball.

Why the Greek “No” Vote Was a Good Thing

The Greek people just voted against accepting the European Union’s bailout terms, sending the markets into a panic. Here’s why Alex thinks investors need to relax…

The Janitor Who Left an $8 Million Estate

Folks who knew this 92-year-old retired janitor thought he had next to nothing… then they learned the shocking truth.

Imagine a Mushroom Cloud Over Your Portfolio

A mushroom cloud over Manhattan is a spine-chilling thought. But how likely is a nuclear attack, really?

The Second Best Way to Get Rich

Is starting a small business really the best way to get rich in America? Turns out there’s an even better (and less risky) method…

The Greatest Wealth Creation Idea of All Time

In my last column, I explained why hard-money types have been wrong about the economy, inflation, the dollar, the stock market and gold. Judging by the many responses readers posted, this is a hot-button issue, one that some folks have a tough time thinking clearly about.

Meet the World’s Worst Economist

Paul Krugman has written more than a dozen books over the last 20 years and, with the luxury of hindsight, all the erroneous predictions, needless warnings and boneheaded policy proscriptions are there for anyone with too much time on his hands to see. Of course, making economic prognostications is a treacherous business.