Articles by Matthew Carr
Matthew Carr is the Chief Trends Strategist of The Oxford Club. His unique take on investing – a strategic approach based on high growth, pre-momentum and discounted prices – has led to countless outsized gains, including some of the largest in Oxford Club history.
Matthew cut his teeth in the industry as a writer for the energy trade publications Natural Gas Week, Gas Market Reconnaissance and Oil Daily. He also dug into exports and international trade finance for Business Credit magazine. With two decades of financial experience under his belt, Matthew is an expert in market-moving trends and disruptive industries. His commentary has been published in TheStreet, Forbes and Politico, among others.
He is the Editor of Oxford Growth Investor, which is based on his proprietary RPM Investment Strategy. He is also the Editor of Trailblazer Pro, Dynamic Fortunes, The VIPER Alert and Profit Trends.
Wait Out Near-Term Volatility and Score Big
LEAPS are one of the best ways to wait out volatility and profit off an uncertain market.
Can You Fight the Federal Reserve?
Wall Street claims that you should never fight the Fed. But how concerned should you be with federal rate hikes?
Looking Beyond “Bitcoin Day”
Although El Salvador made headlines last week when it made Bitcoin legal tender, crypto transactions have already been taking place around the world.
Is September a “Golden” Month for Gold?
Investors are quick to claim that September is the best month for gold… but here’s why that may not be the case.
Three Rules for Best-in-Class Investing
By relying on these rules, investors can manage their risks and position themselves to come out on top.
Are We on Track for a Market Correction?
As days pass without a significant market drop, investors grow more concerned.
The $100 Billion Opportunity Behind Psilocybin Mushrooms
Psilocybin mushrooms have risen in popularity to treat depression over the past few years. Now this market sees even more upside ahead.
Crypto’s Greatest Risk: Investor Carelessness
Though digital currencies are known for being volatile, the biggest risk with crypto is actually caused by investors.
Why Today’s Crypto Craze Isn’t Like the Infamous Tulip Mania
Although the rise of digital currency is sometimes compared to the tulip craze of the 1600s, these two events are not alike.
Can Average Investors Beat the Market?
The mainstream media is quick to claim that ordinary people can’t beat the market… but how true is this statement?