The Oxford Club Predicts Another Good Year for Equity Investors

Equity investors are constantly trying to figure out the best way to achieve higher returns from year to year. The financial market was relatively favorable to equity investors in 2017 and it seems like 2018 will trend the same way according to Alexander Green.

Green is the Chief Investment Strategist of the Oxford Club, an international private owned independent financial publisher. The organization consists of a team of reputable and proven investors and entrepreneurs.

While the financial market has been stable as of late it certainly will begin to fluctuate. Luckily, Green, on behalf of the Oxford Club, has come up with 3 easy to comprehend steps for earning higher returns that accommodate for the different behaviors of the market.

The first step tackles the subject of retirement. It’s no secret that the majority of Americans fail to save enough to retire comfortably. It is best to start saving as soon as you can. The problem is many Americans believe social security will provide them what they need. Unfortunately, this is rarely the case. The average citizen on social security receives less than $1,500 a month.

The second step explains the adverse effects of over investing. More than 90 percent of active fund managers will fail in the long run. If worst comes to worst your broker or advisor will get rich instead of you.

Lastly, rebalance your portfolio every so often. The act of rebalancing can protect you from a serious market downturn. You will also see more long term returns after you sell high and buy low.

About The Oxford Club

The Oxford Club has been helping members strategically take advantage of investment opportunities for more than 20 years. Its investment strategy is easy to understand and the reason why it is currently 80,000 members strong in 100 countries.

How Kevin Seawright Uses His Financial Expertise To Impact The Community Positively

Kevin Seawright is an accomplished leader and finances professional who advanced his career with smart strategies that landed him a vice president’s role at Newark Community Economic Development Corporation. Throughout his career, Kevin has focused his efforts towards bettering the East Coast society with his financial skills.

He has extensive experience in managing federal funds. According to Crunchbase, while working for Baltimore’s Commission that deals with the needs of aging and retiring citizens, Kevin Seawright developed and implemented an accounting system that saved the organization more than 100,000 dollars.

He later joined Housing Authority of Baltimore to serve as a payroll director, and Homeless Services in the Department of Housing and Community Development to work as a finance director.

Afterward, he served at the Department of Recreation and Parks as a chief facilities officer and financial officer. Kevin earned an appointment as the assisting chief operating officer of the education center in Baltimore City for his remarkable work in his previous tenure.

Kevin Seawright joined the Newark Community Economic Development Corporation in 2015 and has proven himself useful towards progressing their mission to grow businesses and real estate in the region.

In partnership with the Newark Department of Economic & Housing Development, the organization helps the local community set up revenue generating activities and grow their business to attain a better standard of life. Kevin uses his expertise in finance to manage the firm’s processions in real estate, movie theaters, business mentorship for small companies and taxation transactions at the state level.

Kevin received his master’s Almeda degree in business administration and attended Notre Dame Mendoza School of business to pursue a course in business leadership. He is a council member of the board of Babe Ruth Museum where he serves as a financial adviser.

He is a member of the National Forum for Black Public Administrators, American Society for Public Administration, and National Association of Black Accountants.

He is actively involved in his neighborhood’s community and coaches a local youth sports group. Kevin has received recognitions and honors from multiple platforms, among them the 2010 nomination from Bridges to the Future, which cited him as a recipient of the Met Life award.

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