The Oxford Club and its Insight on Next Market Crash

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Market Crash Preparation

Very few investors neither prepare nor understand what triggers the market crash. The few incidents of stock market crash happened as a result of either investor panicking or plunge of the international economic market.

According to the Oxford Club Chief Investment Strategist, Alexander Green, the best investors should always be on the look out and be prepared for the next crash. Furthermore, the investors ought to diversify their investment broadly to spread the market and economic risks.

Also, a reasonable investor does not react or panic to bear market. Alexander stated that no one had anticipated the Black Monday of 19th October 1987 to happen. Nothing did spark that day’s events. Investors and stockbrokers suddenly reacted to computer program rush. It led to massive stock selling causing the Dow to plunge 22.6% or 508 points.

Others like 24th August 2015, 1,100 points Dow slump was triggered by dropping of China market. Later, it affected Europe then triggered the US market. Therefore, the investor should anticipate any market slump with cash waiting for stock prices to dip and take advantage of it.

The Oxford Club

Founded in 1989, the Oxford Club networks investors and entrepreneurs from over 100 different countries. The Club assists it’s over 90,000 members to grow as well as protect their wealth. Its products include a Financial Newsletter, The Oxford Communique. The publication shares timely well-researched investment ideas and opportunities to the club members.

Based in Baltimore, Maryland, the Oxford Club also publishes investment reports and educational courses on wealth creation. Other financial newsletters offered by the club include Emerging Trends Traders, The Momentum Alert, The Insider Alert, Gold & Resource Trader, among others.

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