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skylandis
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Has anyone had experience with the Oxford Income Letter ?

Harry
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Hi. How’s the letter working out.

Danny Pollock
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Is this for real?

jay_
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He provides sensible stock choices , all pay good dividends. He focuses on the FCF and relative valuation. I am not giving a full review here, but a summary of my opinion, which is quite good. Definitely worth the money.

bksansoo
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Overall, I’d say Marc’s recommendations are pretty reliable. Is he perfect? No, but who is? Wouldn’t mind if he’d find some higher yield stocks to recommend, though.

bksansoo
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I still subscribe to The Oxford Income Letter. It’s still okay and I do like reading their take on the markets. I am also subscribed to Investor’s Alley “The Dividend Hunter”, which I noticed is not listed here under “Newsletters”. We’ll see how that one goes…

Wayne
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I see folks subscribed to the news letter but has anyone followed the advice and made money. Just reading won’t make money. You must act.

bksansoo
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Wayne, yes I have made money. There are quite a few of his picks that I wish I had taken his advice and bought.

Phenecia Brown
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Would really love more information. Has anyone had any success with the info in these magazines???

Murray Weingartner
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June 24,2016, I signed up for the services your company offered and completed the forms and before doing further research sent for a membership along with my credit card information. Further research reveals that the overwhelming probabilities are your presentation is a fraud. Accordingly I am taking advantage of your offer to allow withdrawal and all my money back. Accordingly, please cancel my enrolment immediately. IN so far as my credit card use if you have not yet submitted it for payment , DO NOT. If you have submitted it for payment I hereby invoke your money back guarantee and… Read more »
cheeser
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Only followed 3 recommendations over the past year, but they all made money. I personally don’t follow every recommendation of any newsletter after being burned many times, but use them as a scanner.

Henry Hall
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He has got me in to some very worthwhile stocks

pam day
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I have belonged to Oxford income for several years…on another email they do not have,Mark L.had another pitch 10/2/17.Already a member,this was NEVE R sent in my monthly statement.Told i had to go to another site for this.Why isnt this sent and why hidden elsewhere as another fee requested for a service paid for.. I spoke with Devin and he refunded my membershp !11 i recorded this and am sending to my attorney as I NEVer requested a refund recorded…all i wanted to know was why wasnt this included i my monthly paid for in advance subscription newsletter…why was this… Read more »
Donald R. Elder
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Unlike some other facets of the Oxford Club, the Income Letter, which focuses on dividend stocks, is a no nonsense knowledgeable letter that tries to meet needs of investors in various stages of wealth building including near retirement. I get the sense that while, to have the platform(Oxford Club) as a base of operations, he acquiesces to participation in some of the marginal advocacies of that organization, that the Income Letter is Marc’s baby and he seriously engages in honest education and has quite a teaching skill. I like that he acknowledges when his picks do not work out and… Read more »
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Leonard Gabriel
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It was a little expensive to get into the top level. I get more stock recommendation’s each week than I can use. Each turns into a good profit, mostly 10-25percent. Lots of tutorials on options and bonds. Very happy.

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