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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Is Crude’s Crash for Real?
Over the years, I’ve proven that the markets are far more predictable than most investors believe they are.
Feasting on Profits From the “Munchies”
If you’re looking for a way to play legalization – without owning actual marijuana companies – food is a stable route.
“Black Tuesday” Leads to Gold Spike: Here’s What’s Next
Bitcoin tends to collapse to start the year… and often regains momentum to finish the year.
2018: Oil’s Breakout Year?
The price of crude is still rising. Are we about to see another year of gains?
Bitcoin’s Ambitions Are Unattainable… but That’s OK
Let’s get real… Bitcoin isn’t a currency. Not a real one. Not even a fake one.
4IR Technology: You’re Probably Too Old to Understand
To a lot of people, mining is old. The industry itself is ancient, sure. But…Read more
The New Religion Driving This Market to Record Highs
An idea has been bouncing around in my head for a while: Bitcoin is more than just an investment. It’s something bigger than that.
Is There a Case for $100 Oil in 2018?
Political scandals, production cuts, natural disasters… We are closer to $100 crude than we were a year ago.