Oxford Club / The Communique

Overall Rating

Rating: 3.6/5. From 107 votes.
Please wait...
3.4
Rating from 469 votes
If you’ve subscribed to Oxford Club / The Communique, please click the stars below to indicate your rating for this newsletter, and please share any other feedback about your experience using the comment box below.

Investment Performance

Rating from 147 votes
Rating: 3.2/5. From 147 votes.
Please wait...
Your vote
  • 5 Stars 22 Votes
  • 4 Stars 53 Votes
  • 3 Stars 28 Votes
  • 2 Stars 22 Votes
  • 1 Stars 22 Votes

Quality Of Writing/Analysis

Rating from 106 votes
Rating: 3.6/5. From 106 votes.
Please wait...
Your vote
  • 5 Stars 29 Votes
  • 4 Stars 42 Votes
  • 3 Stars 13 Votes
  • 2 Stars 12 Votes
  • 1 Stars 10 Votes

Value For Price

Rating from 109 votes
Rating: 3.4/5. From 109 votes.
Please wait...
Your vote
  • 5 Stars 22 Votes
  • 4 Stars 41 Votes
  • 3 Stars 20 Votes
  • 2 Stars 9 Votes
  • 1 Stars 17 Votes

Customer Service

Rating from 107 votes
Rating: 3.6/5. From 107 votes.
Please wait...
Your vote
  • 5 Stars 30 Votes
  • 4 Stars 37 Votes
  • 3 Stars 18 Votes
  • 2 Stars 12 Votes
  • 1 Stars 10 Votes

92
Share your thoughts...

avatar
66 Comment threads
26 Thread replies
0 Followers
 
Most reacted comment
Hottest comment thread
77 Comment authors
jack KoenigPhil Steinbergh pinchenDickcejptg Recent comment authors

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

dorkmeister
Irregular
👍13
dorkmeister

I subscribe to both the Communique and Income letters. Oxford’s research does turn up some very good value picks. However, there is usually a significant time lag between when the research is done and the BUY recommendation is sent out. It is not uncommon to find that the recommended stock has jumped 20% or more from the newsletter’s “at the time of writing” price to when the alert is made available to subscribers.

Add a Topic
2112
Add a Topic
6291
Add a Topic
996
Ted
Guest
Ted

Top 20% of the investment news letters out there. Reasonably good research but discipline over conviction makes them better than most. Alex Green is a skilled writer and his occasional investment and even social commentary scattered occasionally in the letter make it superior reading. Articulate, well reasoned, and thought provoking insights into both our investments and our human condition make Greens commentary and his books worth a read.

Joan Beasley
Guest
Joan Beasley

You have just deducted $79 from my account. STOP. Reverse the charge immediately. I cancelled this program one year ago. I no longer want to receive your information!!

Kay P
Guest

Definitely good information

Millie
Guest
Millie

I am a subscriber/member, very pleased with the results I have gotten from recommendations that I have chosen to follow, and I especially enjoy the up-to-date info on all the segments of the markets given by each analyst in his area of expertise. I would like to purchase all the recommendations, but as Alex says to his son “you can’t kiss every pretty girl”.

Bruce
Guest
Bruce

Best of all the newsletters to which I have subscribed. Two thirds of all the recommendations I have tracked over 13 years have been profitable. 83% of open positions on 11/27/17 are profitable.

stratgary52
Guest

Wow, I’m amazed at so many derogatory comments. I find Oxfords investment letters, and updates to them, honest and informative. When an editor recommends an issue to buy and/or sell, it is given an in-depth analysis regarding the recommended issue. Then, your due diligence along with your risk tolerance, will dictate whether to make a market or not. Oxford explains and shows you the extreme importance of investing fundamentals. Once you get that, you can advance from there if you want. What other firm will explain that to you. For DIY, this is an excellent investment source. These negative comments… Read more »

Add a Topic
6060
tammy jenkins
Guest

I was just watching something from alexander green about a 3.00 stock that is a MUST buy but he says you gotta buy by Aug 20th.. buy buy buy don’t lose out!!!! if you don’t subscribe now you’ll miss out ..yadda yadda yadda…. It’s such a sales pitch he keeps says I’m going t give you the name of the stack here in just a few mins but before I do let me tell you a lil more about whyyyy you should get in NOWWWW!!! Then you click on the button, because you’ve sat through the long video, where he’s… Read more »

Add a Topic
586
Add a Topic
5971
Add a Topic
5971
catherine
Irregular
👍174
catherine

Yes, Tammy, we know it because Travis and the Thinkolator covered it less than a week ago, not because we subscribe to all the newsletters. (If you try the search feature first, you often don’t need to wait for a response.)
https://www.stockgumshoe.com/reviews/oxford-club/alex-greens-single-stock-retirement-plan/

You close asking if it’s “real or not”, and I don’t know how to answer that. You need to do your own research and decide whether you want to buy a stock. Members may say if they own a stock, but no one will tell you what to do.

Add a Topic
5971
Add a Topic
5971
Jurgen
Guest
Jurgen

Yes it,s real,… I subscribed last night,… by morning the info was there.
I have every confidence,… I looked up the stock on my trading platform and could see it was was tradeable… @ $45 usd. Subs. There is no risk,.. even without the money back guarantee.
Happy investing…
Jurgen

Add a Topic
5971
Carol
Guest
Carol

Yes, the same thing happened to me and I still don’t have the name of the little $3 stock. Why do this to people? Let us know the name of the stock so if we want to buy into it it’s a plus for you.

Add a Topic
5971
Add a Topic
5971
catherine
Guest
catherine

Re: Oxford Communique
Carol, if you paid your $99, call customer service and let them know you haven’t gotten the report yet.

I suggest you read Travis’s report on this stock: https://www.stockgumshoe.com/reviews/oxford-club/alex-greens-single-stock-retirement-plan/

In the meantime, the stock is HNHPF, and if you want to buy less than 1,000 shares, you may need to shop around. TDAmeritrade allows any size purchase, for example.

Add a Topic
6291
Add a Topic
5971
Add a Topic
5971
Phil Steinberg
Guest
Phil Steinberg

it’s clearly in the first doc you receive after subscribing
And I could buy (not many – as a test) through my usual broker in Europe.

jack Koenig
Guest
jack Koenig

The stock is Foxconn it is on the Taiwan exchange. Fidelity international desk can (for a price) get it for you. Jack Koenjg
List on the Taiwan exchange as 2711 TT. Put in limited order. I got it for $2.46. U.S. Fidelity will convert U.S. money to Taiwanese.

Tom Tierney
Guest
Tom Tierney

What is the 4 dollar stock?

Add a Topic
5971
MachineGhost
Guest
MachineGhost

Financial Ignorance + Financial Porn = Dumb Money.

Richard Wineman
Guest
Richard Wineman

Alex,I just read the January Communique,I hope the readers that response to your stock picks read why you research the company so you can say it has potential if they can get their future plans to work, but I am afraid the readers are going to the bottom of the article to get the name and ticker symbol and three days later become a millionaire, just a thought.

Add a Topic
5971
Betty Thompson
Guest
Betty Thompson

what are some the stocks in the nano crystal revolution

Carolyn Reichow
Guest
Carolyn Reichow

Having trouble being able to buy Foxconn HonHai precision industry co. Ltd. , tried through Charles Schawb, Morgsn Stanley. Is there something I should know?

catherine
Irregular
👍174
catherine

Carolyn, you can buy as few (or as many) shares as you want at TD Ameritrade as HNHPF.
You would also enjoy Travis’s earlier write-up and the comments: https://www.stockgumshoe.com/reviews/oxford-club/alex-greens-single-stock-retirement-plan/

Add a Topic
6290
Marsha Lehan
Guest
Marsha Lehan

I bought Foxconn like I was told when it was selling for less that &3 at least that is what was said in the ad. I immediately lost 50% using tdameria trade. Why because tdameritrade said there are no dbl shares they never heard of anything like that so when I could have purchase for under $3 I paid $5.76 a share. Bad advice

Add a Topic
6290
Jim
Guest
Jim

I had no problem buying Foxconn through Charles Schawb. Just call and ask for their international desk, as recommended.

Add a Topic
6290
Dick
Guest
Dick

T D Ameritrade made the trade for me while I was on the
phone with them.

miltonmoney
Member
👍11

brought the cheap newsletter. very informative.i dont buy there stocks. only deal with asx in aussie…but a good read, well put together….good for an investor…well done OXFORD TEAM…

wazuzu17
Member
👍9
wazuzu17

Lots of bull hockey from Oxford letters. Wild predictions and they deluge you with come-ons like so many others: Mampilly and Motley Fool to name just two others. Utter waste of time and enormously frustrating. I’m canceling all three; they’ve cost me too damn much and I’m sick and tired of getting only suck you in newslettrs to buy yet another one of their over the top unrealistic stock projections.

Add a Topic
329
mmcleods44
Member
👍-2
mmcleods44

I completely agree with you

mmcleods44
Member
👍-2
mmcleods44

I allowed these crooks to charge my credit card for over $8,500 . I am disputing the charge and will file a complaint with the SEC. Perhaps we can file a class action lawsuit against them.

MachineGhost
Guest
MachineGhost

On what grounds? Your ignorance/stupidity? Dream on.

cejptg
Guest
cejptg

So you “Allowed” them to charge your card and then you decided to dispute the same charge and then you think there would be grounds to file a class action lawsuit. Again I say you “ALLOWED” them. My car dealer allowed me to purchase a car, if i have an accident is that their fault??

neo investor
Member
👍-2
neo investor

I’VE BEEN DUPED BY OXFORD, AND, I TOO AM IN A DISPUTE WITH THEM. BUT, I AM CONTACTING MARYLAND’S ATTORNEY GENERAL, BRIAN FROSH. THEIR SPURIOUS BEHAVIOR WILL BE OF INTEREST TO HIM, AS WELL AS, THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY FOR BALTIMORE, MD.

ADDITIONALLY, WE VERY WELL COULD HAVE A CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT!!!

h pinchen
Guest
h pinchen

i think thays unlikely as there afe a number of such newsletters and they dont FORCE you to buy anything

BJBoxcars
Guest
BJBoxcars

There is only man who told it straight: “There’s a sucker born every minute!” There is no such thing as a get rich quick scheme. And no one can always pick winners alluded to in this video!
You wanna learn how to invest?
Read “How to Make Money In Stocks: Getting Started” by Matthew Galgani. It’s free in your library or on Amazon for about $13.
But you won’t become a millionaire overnight.
You’ll only learn how to invest, with buy rules, sell rules, taking losses as well as gains, on your own.
Good luck.

Dick
Guest
Dick

Speaking of Foxconn, what’s happening with the big deal in Wisconsin?
On again..off again?

Add a Topic
6290