Oxford Club Research Shows that the News Does Not Always Spur Market Crashes

The Oxford Club has been providing its thousands of members market insight for decades, and in a recent article delve into the topic of crashes. As the 30th anniversary of the 1987 crash recently occurred, many are turning their focus to market crashes and their indicators. Chief Investment Strategist, Alexander Green, looks on the day when the Dow plunged over 1,000 points and he witnessed it all as a stockbroker.

There was no major news event that occurred on October 19, 1987, to precipitate the 22.6% loss that happened that day. Similarly, on August 24, 2015, when the Dow collapsed and lost over 1,100 points in the first five minutes of trading, there was no main news of the day.

Although China’s weak opening had already affected trading in Europe. The weakness reported out of Asia did not warrant the mass sell-off that occurred but with digital trading, the speed at which a flash crash can occur is almost immediate.

Members seeking information that is more insightful than what can be found through typical financial media channels have turned to the Oxford Club. This private investment club provides research and analysis that is not readily available through public means. The club has been in existence for multiple decades, and now serves more than 80,000 members around the world.

Private investment clubs afford their members access to information and analysis that can be the difference between being an active participant in the markets and one that watches from the sideline, reacting to everyone else.

The Oxford Club offers a number of its high-level investment reports free of charge, thus allowing everyone to benefit from their experience and insight. These reports vary from stock picking within certain industries to macro-level insights and advice for investors that want to stay ahead of market trends.

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