The Prime System at Oxford’s Emerging Trends

By, May 27, 2014

I recently received a mailing touting”Emerging Trends” at the Oxford Club. It is a letter by Matthew Carr highlighting the ”Prime System” of about 2 – 3 dozen select stocks. The premise is that these stocks each have certain periods each year when by nature of their business they do a lot more revenue than other times of the year. He claims that these periods typically repeat themselves during ”most” years (quotes are mine).
Has anyone had any experience with this? Does anyone know where we can screen for this type of information?
It tends to make sense but I cannot imagine trying to chart the stock universe to discover the winners by hand.

Any comments will be appreciated.

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I just received the offer today. He says he launched the service on March 28, 2013 and on Sept. 20 closed out a “massive 1,888.72% on SAM.” I don’t know the date on which he bought SAM, but the lowest price during that period was 146. Closing price on Sept. 20 was about 250. Fuzzy math indeed.


Anybody ever join up with this. OC is pushing this week for new sign ups at a 70% discount rate.
If you have joined up, have you made any of the gains they are waving in front of screen daily at the OC.?

Christian N.
I have been following this portfolio since its inception and the Oxford Club for almost ten years. I was skeptical at first but there really is a seasonality to a lot of sectors and stocks and his portfolio has been the best of all of the Oxford Club. I bought Sam when recommended and sold way too early – the gain was on the options, not the stock itself and yes it was very real – there is no fuzzy math in the way this portfolio performs. Do your homework on seasonality as a way to invest – it promises… Read more »
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