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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Bill O’Reilly… and Wealth Building 101, Part 2

It’s a proven fact that if you want to grow your wealth, you need to own stocks. So why don’t more Americans invest? There are three main reasons.

Economic Inequality, Bill O’Reilly… and Wealth Building 101

Some politicians want to vilify the wealthy, blaming their success for others’ poverty. But this is untrue, and wealth-building is possible for all Americans.

The Simple Formula to Achieve Great Wealth

It’s easier to believe that the rich are just “lucky,” but it’s really their behavior and discipline that ultimately determine their income and wealth.

Income and Net Worth: Why Unequal Is Not Unfair

Some Americans have more income and wealth than others. But there are good reasons for the disparity – and a way that lagging individuals can catch up.

Economic Inequality: Loving the Poor… or Hating the Rich?

What’s the key to wealth creation and answer to inequality, when even some of the most educated people are living paycheck to paycheck? Let’s find out.

The End of Wealth Inequality… Starting Today

What’s the key to wealth creation and answer to inequality, when even some of the most educated people are living paycheck to paycheck? Let’s find out.

No… The Stock Market Is Not a Bubble

Contrary to recent fears, our current stock market is not a bubble. But savvy wealth builders should be prepared for both bull and bear markets ahead.

Economic Inequality: Why It’s Not a Bad Thing

Is economic inequality really a problem? You may think so, but financial economics show that there will always be inequality in a free market system.