Alexander Green

Chief Investment Expert

An expert on momentum investing, value investing and investing based on insider activity, Alex worked as an investment advisor, research analyst and portfolio manager on Wall Street for 16 years. He now runs the wildly successful Oxford Communiqué, ranked as one of the top investment newsletters by Hulbert Digest for more than a decade. He is also the author of four national best-sellers: The Gone Fishin’ Portfolio, The Secret of Shelter Island, Beyond Wealth and An Embarrassment of Riches. He shares his wisdom in his free daily e-letter, Liberty Through Wealth.

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The Upside – and Downside – of Commission-Free Trading

As many brokers slash commissions to remain competitive, it’s important for wealth builders to understand the upsides… and the potential drawbacks.

How the Rich Keep Getting Richer

Half of Americans have a negative net worth. Pundits think capitalism is to blame, but Alex Green reveals the truth behind wealth and power.

The One Financial Secret of the Top 3%

It’s true that life isn’t fair. But how you deal with the challenges that come your way is entirely up to you and can have a huge impact on your income and wealth.

Welcome to the New “Post-Responsibility” Society

It’s easy to place blame for economic inequality but, as Alex Green explains, the way to grow your wealth is by taking control and being accountable.

The Best Investment Approach: Concentration or Diversification?

One of the best investment strategies to achieve your long-term goals is diversification, but what if you don’t have the patience? Concentration may be the key.

Stock Market Fear… and How to Get Over It

Many people are afraid to invest because they don’t understand how the market works, but they are missing out on the single best way of building wealth.

How the Market Is Like a Casino… and Why It’s Not

The stock market may seem like a gamble with its volatile, short-term ups and downs, but in the long term there is no better option to grow your wealth.

Bill O’Reilly… and Wealth Building 101, Part 2

It’s a proven fact that if you want to grow your wealth, you need to own stocks. So why don’t more Americans invest? There are three main reasons.