The Oxford Club is an international network private club, which has been operating for over twenty years with a membership of over one-hundred fifty thousand members. The Club’s goal is to protect and enlarge the wealth of its members by providing knowledge and advice concerning the opportunities for investment.
The investment chief of the Oxford Club is Alexander Green, who has over twenty years of experience working on Wall Street.
The Oxford Club offers its members reports and financial newsletters promoting investments in many areas including gold, oil drilling, and pharmaceuticals. Mr. Green is a well-known author of many investment newsletters.
Mr. Green had recently authored an article concerning the best way to prepare for the next stock market crash, after the last crash, when the stock market precipitously dropped 22.6% (508 Points), on October 19, 1987, Black Monday.
Green acknowledged that no one is celebrating the 1987 crash except the short seller. The blue-chip stocks were affordable at any price. Several suicides were reported including a murder-suicide when a very astute knowledgeable investor killed his stockbroker and then himself.
Technical Analysis Tools
Apparently, no one was prepared for the crash since no Technical Analysis Tools predicted a catastrophic event, which preceded Black Monday, such as a collapse in the currency, a failure of government or even the overvaluation of equities.
According to Green the average stockholder, after applying the Technical Analysis Tools, which studies the price and volume activity of the market can make better decisions in indicating buying or selling stocks in the market.
There still are instances of significant swings in the market since the crash in 1987, which and are referred to as flash crashes, causing the SEC to stop trading, using its circuit breaker rules.
Natural Disasters Cause Financial Crisis
The Fukushima earthquake caused a tsunami in 2011, which resulted in Japan to shut down it’s 54 nuclear reactors, causing a dip in the price of uranium. As a result, the price of uranium was at levels below the cost of pulling this ore from the ground.