The stock market can be one of the most exciting rollercoasters you will ever ride. There are peaks and valleys and you never know what is around the corner. Some believe they can tame it while others believe they are at its mercy. Whichever side of the coin you are on, there are plenty of players to trade and it has been that way throughout history.
Remembering back to some of the market’s unpredictability can be a scary recollection. Take for instance the crash of ’87. If you have seen the film “The Wolf of Wall Street” you will be familiar with how this doomsday unfolded on what is known as Black Monday. Brokers went in to work that October Monday morning not having a clue what they would see within the first few minutes of the opening bell. What they walked into was a disaster. The Dow plummeted more than 500 points, 508 to be exact. Brokers spent the morning fielding calls from freaked out Investors who were sweating bullets from the fear of massive losses. The day brought chaos and uncertainty without a smoking gun. It is not as if the dollar had gone bad overnight or that an economy somewhere around the world had collapsed. The market can be volatile and unforgiving. It is important to stay educated on how to predict the peak and valleys.
The Oxford Club, founded in 1999, aims to educate investors on how to navigate the unpredictable market. Offering a multitude of online resources to keep investors educated is part of the Oxford Club’s mission.
The Oxford Club puts in the research so the individual investor does not need to. Selecting the opportunity that will provide the most bang for the buck while minimizing the risk is how they serve the investor.
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