About The Oxford Club

The Oxford Club is a private, international network of trustworthy and knowledgeable investors and entrepreneurs. Our mission is simple – to help our Members grow and protect their wealth.

For well over two decades, the Club’s unique, multifaceted investment philosophy and ability to share timely ideas through our investment-focused publications have sustained our success through all market conditions. We research hundreds of investment opportunities and select only those with the greatest potential gains and the lowest risk to share with our Members.

Our easy-to-use investment strategy has been proven to aid our Members in beating the market without unacceptable risk. We shun run-of-the-mill advice that leads to nothing but mediocrity. Instead, we guide our Members in creating tax-smart portfolios that take advantage of a wide array of proven investment strategies and multiple time horizons.

While we’re selective, we are not, per se, a secret organization. In fact, we have over 90,000 Members worldwide, spread across some 131 countries.

Our Team

Alexander Green

Chief Investment Strategist

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Marc Lichtenfeld

Chief Income Strategist

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David Fessler

Energy & Infrastructure Strategist

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Sean Brodrick

Resource Strategist

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Steve McDonald

Bond Strategist

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Matthew Carr

Emerging Trends Strategist

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Beyond the Dollar

James Boxley Cooke

Honorary Chairman

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Julia Guth

Executive Director and Publisher

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Andrew Snyder

Editorial Director

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Our History

William Bonner, the founder of Agora Inc., is also one of the founders of The Oxford Club, which officially started as the Passport Club back in 1989. The Club took its current name of The Oxford Club in 1991.

Bill’s idea, and those of the other founders, was to create a private “financial club” of investors who would share their interest in finding unique opportunities around the world, and who agreed that the best opportunities to invest early are usually found through personal connections, not the mainstream press.