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 Easiest Moneymaking Signal in the Markets
A bearish sentiment survey is the perfect stock-buying indicator. Here’s how to use it.
4 ETFs to Play the Fourth Industrial Revolution
These four ETFs are easy and inexpensive ways to play the Fourth Industrial Revolution trend.
3 Stocks to Watch After Aurora’s Monster Rally
These three stocks are poised to see big gains after Aurora Cannabis’ big win.
Big Tech Stampedes Higher This Earnings Season
Big tech companies will be the biggest winners in the post-pandemic world.
To Be a Successful Investor, Go Against the Crowd
The most successful investors are able to adopt an outsider’s mindset instead of following the crowd.
COVID-19 Trend Says Short the Slaughterhouses, Go Long on Grocers
More Americans are eating at home right now, but those grocery store sales aren’t enough to offset the losses from shuttered restaurants.
The Gaming Industry’s Record March Is Only the Beginning
The video game industry’s historic March is only the beginning of a trend that will last long after the pandemic is over.
COVID-19 Has Made This Digital Investment a Necessity
The move to new technology platforms due to COVID-19 has increased our need for a 5G network.
Is U.S. Crude Done For?
On Monday, the price of U.S. crude oil plummeted into negative territory. Few companies will be able to survive these prices.
Is This Volatile Market Normal or Frightening?
Investors have seen volitility before, but the current markets are different. Is this normal?