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.
Wealthy Retirement is published by The Oxford Club, one of the country’s oldest independent financial publishing companies. Here at Wealthy Retirement, our mission is to help you take back control of your golden years. Through our free e-letter, we’re rewriting the rules of retirement planning to make sure you’re putting your money where it matters.
Our strategies and ideas are for investors of all levels of experience and all ages. After all, it’s never too early (or too late) to start saving for retirement.
To us, a wealthy retirement means having the financial freedom to live the life you want. That’s the goal – and the motivation – behind everything we do.
Maximize Your Gains
While minimizing your risk, of course. Our experts, with their fingers on the pulse of the Street, will help you navigate everything from dividend investing to the bond market through in-depth analysis and research.
Generate Extra Income
We aren’t talking about “get rich quick” schemes. With Wealthy Retirement, you’ll discover unique (and effective) income-generating strategies you won’t find anywhere else.
Build a Longer-Lasting Portfolio
We’re living longer – and that means our money needs to as well. With secrets from the world’s wealthiest investors, you’ll be able to lock in steady income streams on your investments.
Marc is the Senior Editor of The Oxford Income Letter, which is based on his proprietary 10-11-12 System. He is a leading member of Oxford Centurion‘s Centurion Advisory Board. He is also the Editor of Technical Pattern Profits, Penny Options Trader and Oxford Bond Advantage.
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 Earning 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.
Jody Chudley is a Contributing Analyst to Wealthy Retirement. He is a qualified accountant with two decades of experience in the international banking and hedge fund industries as a financial analyst.
His background in finance has made him an expert in deciphering financial statements and uncovering deep value and income opportunities. He has written for various websites and financial magazines with a focus on the resource sector and contrarian investment opportunities.
Anthony Summers is the Director of Trading for The Oxford Club. He is a contributing writer for several Oxford Club publications, including the premium monthly newsletter The Oxford Income Letter and the e-letter Wealthy Retirement, where he authors a regular column on value investing.
With nearly a decade of experience in the financial industry, Anthony specializes in identifying low-risk, high-return opportunities across stocks, bonds, options and other markets. He employs what he calls a “conservatively aggressive approach” to both investing and trading. In addition to his professional credentials, Anthony is a devoted husband and father who enjoys reading, running and savoring a nice dram of scotch every now and then.