We believe everyone deserves a wealthy retirement.
But many Americans aren’t prepared for the future. People are saving less and spending more… and they’re paying for it in the long run.
We are on the brink of a major retirement crisis in the United States. Something needs to be done.
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Marc is the Senior Editor of The Oxford Income Letter, which is based on his proprietary 10-11-12 System. He is also the Editor of Marc Lichtenfeld’s Stock Sequence Trader, Lightning Trend Trader and Chairman’s Circle Breakout Alert.
Marc Lichtenfeld is the Chief Income Strategist of The Oxford Club. After getting his start on the trading desk at Carlin Equities, he moved over to Avalon Research Group as a senior analyst. Over the years, Marc’s commentary has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, and U.S. News & World Report, among others. Prior to joining The Oxford Club, he was a senior columnist at Jim Cramer’s TheStreet. Today, he is a sought-after media guest who has appeared on CNBC, Fox Business and Yahoo Finance. His first book, Get Rich With Dividends: A Proven System for Double-Digit Returns, achieved bestseller status shortly after its release in 2012 and was named Book of the Year by the Institute for Financial Literacy. It is currently in its second edition and is published in multiple languages. In early 2018, Marc released his second book, You Don’t Have to Drive an Uber in Retirement: How to Maintain Your Lifestyle without Getting a Job or Cutting Corners, which hit No. 1 on Amazon’s bestseller list.
Contributing Editor Aaron Task is an expert writer and researcher who formerly served as editor-in-chief at Yahoo Finance, digital editor of Fortune, and executive editor and San Francisco bureau chief of TheStreet.com.
You may have also seen him as a guest on CNBC, CBS This Morning, Fox Business, ABC News and other outlets. In addition, he has served as editor-in-chief at Experian and as contributing editor to Barry Ritholtz’s 2009 bestseller Bailout Nation.
A prolific writer and commentator, Aaron is the former host of Yahoo Finance’s video program The Daily Ticker and podcasts for Fortune (Fortune Unfiltered) and TheStreet.com (The Real Story). His latest on-air passion project, Seeking Alpha’s highly rated Alpha Trader podcast, features top Wall Street experts dissecting the market’s latest news and previewing significant upcoming events.
Bond Strategist Rob Morgan is a former financial advisor who led firms such as Sethi, Fulcrum Securities, Janney Montgomery Scott, Fulton Financial Advisors and Fifth Third Bank.
During his time at Fifth Third Bank, he managed a $160 million taxable bond fund.
He holds a CFA designation.
An MBA recipient from Vanderbilt University and submarine veteran of the U.S. Navy, Rob has made more than 700 media appearances on national networks, including CNBC.
Rob is also the Editor of Oxford Bond Advantage. He contributes to The Oxford Income Letter.
You can follow Rob on Twitter @RealRobMorgan.