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Chief Investment Strategist
Alexander Green is the Chief Investment Strategist of The Oxford Club. A Wall Street veteran, he has more than 20 years experience as a research analyst, investment advisor, financial writer and portfolio manager.
Chief Income Strategist
Marc Lichtenfeld is The Oxford Club’s Chief Income Strategist. He has worked as a trader, senior analyst and fund manager, outperforming the S&P 500 and, thanks to his expertise in the biotech sector, the S&P Healthcare Index by a wide margin.
Energy and Infrastructure Strategist
David Fessler is a thought leader in the energy sector. As The Oxford Club’s Energy and Infrastructure Strategist, he uses his industry connections and decades of experience to uncover the industry’s biggest opportunities.
Steve McDonald is The Oxford Club's Bond Strategist and the Editor of the Oxford Bond Advantage. He is also the host of The Oxford Club’s Market Wake-Up Call, Wealthy Retirement's Two-Minute Retirement Solution and The Slap in the Face Award videos.
Emerging Trends Strategist
As the Club’s Emerging Trends Strategist, Matthew Carr uses his proprietary Prime System to identify stocks that move in cycles or seasons when the shares can be bought and sold for large short-term profits.