The Oxford Club Is Great At Educating


This statement goes without saying, as virtually every able-minded person of age on planet Earth – at least in civilized, modern society – already knows as such, but people get rewarded for their labors with monetary compensation.

The value of a dollar decreases over time, in almost all scenarios. That’s how it is in most countries today, including the United States. When people retain money over long periods of time, they effectively lose money, thanks to inflation, or the decrease in value a monetary unit over time.

By investing one’s money safely and appropriately, the detrimental effects of inflation are effectively eliminated. Rather, people’s money actually gains money over time.

One way of doing this is by investing money in stocks, bonds, commodities, business opportunities, and other financial instruments. Unfortunately for the world at large – using America as an example – only 8 percent of all stocks are owned by 80 percent of the United States population. The other 92 percent? Owned by just one-fifth of the population – the wealthiest portion of America.

Investment U is a branch under the leadership and authority of investment advice organization The Oxford Club, and strives to educate and inform its 155,000 members of how to earn substantial returns over time, all while safeguarding their assets.

The Oxford Club was made in 1989 under the moniker the Passport Club, a name it held until 1991, when William Borrow adopted its named as The Oxford Club.

Investment U publishes email newsletters to its constituents on a daily basis, all of which include meaningful insights to whatever’s going on in finance at the time. It does a great job at helping all sorts of people, hailing from every background one could possibly imagine – hailing from 131 countries, might I add – to do well in investing.

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