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Julia Guth, Executive Director and Publisher

Julia Guth is the Founder of Investment U, the educational arm of The Oxford Club. She has been the Executive Director and Publisher for The Oxford Club for more than 20 years. She helped create, as well as consults with, other financial publishing teams: Wall Street Daily and Money Map Press. She’s also the Founder and Executive Director of the nonprofit Roberto Clemente-Santa Ana Health Clinic in Nicaragua. Julia credits her success to the Club’s global perspective, and the talented advisory and member service teams she put together on behalf of its Members. Julia graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder, with a B.A. in Latin American Studies, and holds an MBA from Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Management in Phoenix, Arizona.


James Boxley Cooke, Honorary Chairman

James Boxley CookeJames Boxley Cooke is a former executive with T. Rowe Price. Now retired, James serves as the Honorary Chairman of the world’s largest private financial fellowship, The Oxford Club. His position at the head of The Oxford Club gives him access to intelligence and ideas the average investor never hears about – making him valued resource for Members.

 


Alexander Green, Chief Investment Strategist

Alexander Green Senior Editor of The Oxford Communiqué; Editor of The Momentum Alert, The Insider Alert and The True Value Alert

Alexander Green is the Chief Investment Strategist of The Oxford Club and Investment U and Editor of The Momentum Alert, The Insider Alert and The True Value Alert. The independent Hulbert Financial Digest has ranked his Oxford Communiqué on its Honor Roll of top-performing investment letters in the nation for the last 13 years. Alex is also the author of four national best-sellers: The Gone Fishin’ Portfolio, The Secret of Shelter Island, Beyond Wealth and, most recently, An Embarrassment of Riches.


Marc Lichtenfeld, Chief Income Strategist

Marc LichtenfeldSenior Editor of The Oxford Income Letter; Editor of Oxford Systems Trader, Lightning Trend Trader and Dividend Multiplier; Host of Marc Lichtenfeld’s Oxford Club Radio

Marc Lichtenfeld is the Chief Income Strategist for The Oxford Club and Editor of the VIP services Oxford Systems Trader, Lightning Trend Trader and Dividend Multiplier. Marc also serves as Senior Editor for The Oxford Income Letter. He guides his monthly newsletter’s investment strategies with his “10-11-12 System,” detailed in his book, Get Rich With Dividends: A Proven System for Double-Digit Returns.

A regular on CNBC, Marc has also appeared on Fox Business, Bloomberg Radio and countless radio programs through the country. He currently hosts his own weekly broadcast, Marc Lichtenfeld’s Oxford Club Radio. Additionally, he has written for The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, U.S. News & World Report and others. He is also a regular contributor to Investment U and Wealthy Retirement.

After starting out as a trader at Carlin Equities, Marc moved onto the contrarian Avalon Research Group as a senior analyst. He also obtained his NASD Series 86 & 87 licenses (required for all sell-side analysts). At Weiss Research, he co-managed the Real Wealth Portfolio and beat the S&P 500 by 17% over a six-month period.

Marc joined the team following a successful stint as senior columnist at TheStreet.com. A contrarian investor by nature, Marc loves to shoot holes in conventional thinking and take profits where nobody else is looking. He’s broken several major stories on biotech companies and his investment approach blends thorough fundamental research with the timing tools of technical analysis.


Steve McDonald, Bond Strategist

Steve McDonaldEditor of Oxford Bond Advantage

Steve McDonald is the Editor of Oxford Bond Advantage, and Contributing Editor to The Oxford Income Letter. Steve adds his insights on bonds to Wealthy Retirement and Investment U, and also serves as host for the Club’s popular Market Wake-Up Call and Two-Minute Retirement Solution videos.

For 10 years prior to joining Agora, Steve was a professional broker. On an annual basis, Steve led 30 to 40 investment-focused workshops for conservative/retired investors.

He has been an active bond and stock trader for 20-plus years and specializes in ultra-short-maturity corporate bonds.

Before entering the investment industry, Steve spent eight years in the Navy as a Naval Aviator in both fixed and rotary winged aircraft, and as a Surface Warfare Officer.


Matthew Carr, Emerging Trends Strategist

Matthew Carr Editor of Emerging Trends Trader

Matthew is the Club’s Emerging Trends Strategist, and also oversees his VIP service, Emerging Trends Trader. Matthew’s proprietary Prime System identifies stocks that move in cycles or seasons where the shares can be bought and sold for large short-term profits. He writes the What We’re Watching column for the Sunday Oxford Insight, and is a regular contributor to The Oxford Communiqué and Investment U.

Before joining The Oxford Club, Matthew wrote about the oil and natural gas sector for Natural Gas Week, Natural Gas Market Reconnaissance, and Oil Daily. (All three are published by Energy Intelligence Group.) Matthew’s articles focused on energy developments in the Rocky Mountain Front, exploration and production activity in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, and unconventional oil and gas (shale gas, oil shale, liquefied natural gas). He also wrote about the changing face of energy markets in emerging markets like the BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China). Matt also wrote extensively for Business Credit, keeping its readers up-to-date on exports, international trade finance and business-to-business credit. His areas of expertise included emerging markets, congressional policy and commodities, as well as accounting regulations and corporate bankruptcies.


David Fessler, Energy and Infrastructure Strategist

Co-Editor of Oxford Resource Explorer; Editor of Peak Energy Strategist and Peak Energy Trader

David Fessler is the Energy and Infrastructure Strategist for The Oxford Club and contributes regularly to The Oxford Communiqué and to Investment U. David is a successful long-term investor, entrepreneur and renowned specialist in the semiconductor and telecommunications business.

With 35 years’ experience in sales, marketing and business development, David has served as vice president of LTX and Quality Telecommunications Inc., specializing in all aspects of business development and start-up.

He now runs an international import business, manages his portfolio and does investing research and analysis for The Oxford Club.


Sean Brodrick, Resource Strategist

 Co-Editor of Oxford Resource Explorer; Editor of The $10 Trigger Alert

Sean Brodrick is the “Indiana Jones” of natural resources. He’s a sharp analyst with intense boots-on-the-ground experience. He’s traveled from diamond fields north of the Arctic Circle to an ancient city of silver (and mummies) in Mexico to a gold project on the frigid southern tip of Argentina – and just about everywhere in between.

As an experienced technical analyst, Sean has gathered accolades from investors and even top industry insiders for his expertise at spotting unique chart patterns.

And Sean’s best-selling book, The Ultimate Suburban Survivalist Guide: The Smartest Money Moves to Prepare for Any Crisis, helps readers prepare for all sorts of physical and economic crises.


Joel Bowman, Editor at Large

Joel-Bowman

Former Managing Editor and contributor for The Daily Reckoning, where he worked alongside Bill Bonner and Eric Fry, Joel joins us as Co-Founder of Free Market Café and Co-Editor for its flagship publication, The Daily Grind.

As an avid student of socio-economic trends worldwide, Joel is a classic, boots-on-the-ground journalist. But he is also a flip-flops-on-the ground journalist, and sometimes even a barefoot one… as conditions and customs dictate. During the last several years, Joel has filed reports and observations from Dubai to Dar es Salaam, Sydney to Sarajevo, Beijing to Buenos Aires, Cairo to Cartagena, Marrakech to Mumbai, Kota Kinabalu to Kathmandu, Hanoi to Harare… and no shortage of places in between.

Joel’s passion for free market capitalism inspires him to seek out voluntary, market-based opportunities and solutions to what he identifies as the “many and multiplying state-sponsored aggressions against liberty, peace and prosperity.”

To that end, Joel is a proponent of what he calls “The Great Decentralization,” a process by which he believes “dynamic, adaptive network systems are evolving to magnify the elegance and symmetry of markets. The P2P (Peer-to-Peer) phenomenon is a perfect example of this trend, as are the myriad platforms – from crowdfunding to crypto-currencies to 3D printing – that build upon it.”

In addition to hundreds of contributions to The Daily Reckoning, Joel’s articles and opinions have been featured by top libertarian websites such as LewRockwell.com and Mises.org, as well as by Forbes, Business Insider, The International Business Times, RT and many more.

Joel and his wife, Anya, live in Buenos Aires, where they spend much of their time sharing Argentinean malbecs and planning future sojourns.


Eric Fry, Offshore Strategist

Eric Fry

Eric J. Fry is Co-Founder of Free Market Café and Co-Editor of its flagship publication, The Daily Grind. In this role, Eric continues a long-time collaboration with Joel Bowman, Co-Founder of Free Market Café and Co-Editor of The Daily Grind.

Throughout the 1990s, Eric was a professional hedge fund manager, specializing in long/short equity strategies. Following his successes in professional money management, Eric joined the Wall Street-based publishing operations of James Grant, editor of the prestigious Grant’s Interest Rate Observer. While at Grant’s, Eric directed the team of investment analysts that produced Grant’s International and Apogee Research – institutional research products dedicated to international investment opportunities and short selling.

During Eric’s three-decade career on and around Wall Street, he gained the insights and instincts of an insider, while still clinging passionately to his “home-grown” outsider perspective.

Eric brought this perspective to Agora Inc., where he worked alongside Bill Bonner, Agora’s founder, for more than a decade as Executive Editor of The Daily Reckoning. Early in his days with The Daily Reckoning, Eric teamed up with Joel Bowman to cultivate and deliver their unique style of financial insight and socioeconomic observation.

His views and investment insights have appeared in numerous publications including Time, Barron’s, Wall Street Journal, International Herald Tribune, Businessweek, USA Today, Los Angeles Times and Money. He has also appeared on numerous financial news channels like CNBC, Fox News, CNN and Russian TV.

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