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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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The Most Dangerous Myths About Wealth

Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is running on a myth that capitalism is oppressive, but our free market provides everyone a chance for true wealth.

The “Biden Bump” Powers the Market Higher

A growing political movement is openly hostile to wealth creation and fosters resentment toward investors. This is a truly alarming development.

Time to Buy the Market Drop… or Sell Before the Next One?

Right now, every investor is asking the same question: Is it too early to buy or too late to sell? Here’s what wealth builders need to know.

What Should Investors Do Today? Follow the Advice I Gave Last Month

The market has been particularly volatile this week. What should investors do? Follow this sound wealth creation advice that has stood the test of time.

The Two Secrets of Bill O’Reilly’s Stock Market Success

Bill O’Reilly is not an investment expert, so how has he become such a successful investor? It turns out there are two steps that pave the path to true wealth.

Why You Should Know “The Indispensable Man”

In observance of Presidents Day, Alex Green shares why a replica of the famous painting Washington Crossing the Delaware hangs in his living room…

The Coronavirus Correction… and Its Aftermath

The market has fluctuated up and down since the outbreak of the coronavirus. Here’s why investors aren’t panicking.

Just How Much Is Enough?

A foundational question about income and wealth is “How much is enough?” As it turns out, the answer – and the definition of a rich life – is largely personal.