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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Why the Market Really Tanked Yesterday

Market timing is impossible, as evidenced by yesterday’s market sell-off. The media blames a spike in coronavirus cases, but here’s what really happened.

Three Steps Investors Must Take Now

The market has put on a furious rally since hitting its low. If you’re ready to buy, make sure you do these three things first for wealth preservation.

The Secret of Great Wealth… and of Life

Although many people are financially stressed due to the pandemic, healthy financial habits will help – along with understanding what being wealthy means.

The Coronavirus, the Market… and Rational Exuberance

Some investors have argued that we are in a bubble right now – that stock valuations are unjustified. But market analysis shows that they’re mistaken.

Corporate Insiders Will Lead You to Vast Profits

As the country begins to reopen, it may seem difficult to tell which businesses will recover and which will stay permanently shuttered. Here’s a clue.

How Investors Rationalize Their Fears… and Lose Money

The recent coronavirus crash led many investors to panic and pull money out of the market, but this is never a good idea. Market timing simply does not work.

Do Bears Lack Imagination, Knowledge… or Both?

Stock market bears insist that the recent rally makes no sense. Most lack imagination or don’t understand how markets work – or both.

The Secret to Higher Stock Market Returns

It can be hard to know when exactly to buy into a stock, but there’s a telltale sign – and reliable investment strategy – that rarely fails.