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.
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June 2018 OPEC Meeting: What to Expect
The oil market is facing one of its most critical moments in years… and it’s déjà vu.
U.S. Dairy Industry Curdles Under Pressure: Part 1
Changing consumer tastes are the biggest threat to the dairy industry.
The Sweet Secret in the Tit-for-Tat Tariffs
Trudeau was quick to react – and the Canadian tariffs aren’t on just steel and aluminum…
Summer Trend Forms in Marijuana Market
Almost every retail product has seasonality. Cannabis is no different.
The Latest Trends in the Marijuana Market
To get the most out of your pot investments, you have to know what people are buying.
Your Pot Stock ETF Primer
For investors looking for a one-stop shop for pot stocks, there are now four different ETF flavors to choose from.
This Sector Just Crashed the Market… Is It an Opportunity?
Thanks to talks of a trade war with China, heavy equipment manufacturers took a hit. But things could be looking up for the rest of 2018.
A Colorful Sector Undone by an Attack on Individuality
For cannabis companies trying to stand out from the crowd, the latest rule is a frustrating obstacle. And it’s hurting the entire market.
The History of 4/20
April 20 has become a day that’s part holiday, part civil disobedience. But how did it all begin… and what does it mean for the markets?
The New Crisis Threatening America’s Energy Sector
America’s No. 1 oil field is now the worst market for natural gas.