The 1987 stock market crash was thirty years ago, on October 19th, of 1987. The crash took the market by surprise, and clients panicked. Many believe the worst part was the crash was not the result of a particular event. The volume activity, and price in the stock market is studied by technical analysis. This was designed to reduce losses, yet the losses were compounded. Although regulations have changed, flash crashes are still an occurrence.
The Dow dropped almost 1,000 points on August 24th of 2015, and a 10-Year Treasury caused yields to plummet on October 15th of 2014. This was blamed on algorithms by the SEC. These incidents prove a calm market is not normal, and severe fluctuations can occur instantly. The best investors can anticipate bear markets, diversify, and hold onto a decent supply of cash.
The Oxford Club’s members are a representation of entrepreneurs, and investors on an international level. They were established with a mission, to protect the incredible wealth of more than 80,000 members. No matter what the existing market conditions were, the Oxford has successfully maintained their mission for two solid decades. The members believe the most worthwhile opportunities are not in the mainstream press. They seek out these opportunities, perform their research, and select the ones with the best potential for profit, and with the smallest chances of any risk. These are the opportunities the members share.
The Investment U is the name of the Oxford Club’s educational arm. It was 1999 when they were established, and the web contains their financial education sites. The U Daily is a free investment e-letter containing information on courses, videos, conferences, and additional assorted resources. The e-letter was designed to answer the question of how true financial freedom is attained. The Oxford Club refers to this concept as liberty through wealth, and provides the answers.