Articles by Rebecca Barshop
Rebecca Barshop is a Senior Managing Editor at The Oxford Club, in charge of the Profit Trends franchise and its offshoot publications, including Oxford Growth Investor.
When Rebecca joined The Oxford Club’s team several years ago, she was inspired to start investing and manage her own portfolios. Since then, she has honed her investing skills and developed a specialization in the trends that spell profits for investors.
Rebecca focuses on how investors of all ages can take advantage of the market’s daily twists and turns. Her unique perspective empowers readers to make the most informed decisions in pursuit of their financial freedom.
Should You Prepare for a Correction? Yes and No.
Emotions are the enemy of investors – both on the upside and on the downside. Here’s how to protect your returns in any kind of market.
4 Hopefuls Betting on 2021 Gatherings
These four stocks will surge once we return to normal and gatherings start to take place again.
5 Pandemic-Friendly Businesses to Invest in Before Valentine’s Day
Thanks to the pandemic, Valentine’s Day will look a little different in 2021. But there are still plenty of ways to celebrate and profit.
Common Investing Mistakes to Avoid
Don’t make these rookie mistakes when you jump into the stock market.
Top 3 Ways to Track the Effect of Female Leadership on the Markets
A woman in the White House could greatly benefit the U.S. stock market. Here’s how you can position your portfolio to profit.
Are Young Adults Saving Enough for Retirement?
Here’s how young adults are shaping up compared with other generations when it comes to retirement.
How to Gift Stock and Win the Holidays
If you really want to give your family members something to cherish when they’re older, jump-start their wealth building with the gift of the free market.
5 Socially Responsible Funds to Be Grateful For
These five funds strive to follow ethical business practices while also producing healthy returns.
Living Life Unplugged: Why You Should Leave Your Portfolio Alone
Here’s what happened to my portfolio after I unplugged from the markets for three months.
Internet Overload: Staying Connected During the Pandemic
Though human interaction was limited during the pandemic, the internet helped us stay connected.