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.
5 Companies Trading at a Discount
Investors, this is your second chance. These five companies were expensive before but are now trading at a discount.
COVID-19 Disrupts the Gold Market
Amir Adnani of GoldMining Inc. shares his thoughts on what is currently happening in the gold market.
6 Pot Stocks at Risk of Being Delisted
As pot stocks tank, cannabis companies are at risk of having their shares delisted from major exchanges.
5 Restaurant Stocks I’m Not Taking a Bite of Yet
A market crash is usually the time to go shopping for discounts, but be wary of these five stocks right now.
Our Bear Market Game Plan
Don’t panic! Here are the sectors to look at and strategies to use during this bear market.
The Easiest Bear Market to Tame
History says event-driven bear markets recover faster than other declining markets. So when will this one end?
Think Twice Before Chasing These Four Yields
Income investors typically chase yields in times of market panic, but you should stay away from these four.
Protect Your Wealth Amid This Global Crisis
Rich Checkan of Asset Strategies International knew that gold would soar in 2020… but not like this.
Is This a Market Correction or the End of the Bull?
Stocks plummeted Monday morning as the markets crashed. Is this just a correction or the end of the bull?
The One Cannabis Investment Hedge You Need in This Market Crash
Until the cannabis industry – and the broader markets – finds solid footing, investing in inverse ETFs, shorting or buying puts will continue to provide excellent hedges.