Articles by Matthew Carr

Matthew Carr is the Chief Trends Strategist of The Oxford Club. He is the Editor of Profit Trends, Strategic Trends Investor, The VIPER Alert, Dynamic Fortunes and Trailblazer Pro. His unique take on investing has led to countless outsized gains, including the largest returns in Club history. 

With almost two decades of financial experience under his belt, Matthew’s expertise ranges from classic industries such as oil and mining to cutting-edge markets like small cap tech, cannabis and cloud computing. If it’s moving the markets, you can bet Matthew is there.

The Most Profitable Sector for 2020 Is Minting 100-Year-Olds

Make room in your portfolio for 2020’s hottest sector: healthcare.

Arizona’s Medical Cannabis Success Story

Arizona’s medical marijuana market has gone largely unnoticed, but its sales are some of the best in the country.

Coronavirus Outbreak Stocks Are Crashing

The coronavirus outbreak stocks that skyrocketed during initial news of the epidemic are now falling.

Why Cannabis Companies Can’t Keep Their CEOs

Over the past year, multiple cannabis companies have said goodbye to their CEOs. Here’s why.

Why You Need to Watch the Silver Market

After the gold-silver ratio topped 90 last year, investors believe silver prices will rise faster than gold.

How to Play the Election Cycle in Your Favor

The uncertain market during the past few election years means it’s time to build a more defensive portfolio in 2020.

Oklahoma: 2020’s Hottest Cannabis Market

With cannabis sales topping $350 million in 2019, Oklahoma is 2020’s hottest cannabis market.

Why Medical Cannabis Advocates Are Still Battling

Debbie Churgai of Americans for Safe Access talks about the difficulties medical cannabis companies and patients face.

How to Book Gains Amid the Coronavirus Outbreak

The Wuhan coronavirus is the latest outbreak weighing on investors’ minds​.​ Here’s how to profit from it.

Marijuana’s March Madness

Marijuana sales historically decline from October through February, but then spring to life, sparking March Madness.