Marc Lichtenfeld

Marc Lichtenfeld is the Chief Income Strategist of The Oxford Club and the Senior Editor of The Oxford Income Letter, where he runs the Instant Income Portfolio, Compound Income Portfolio and Retirement Catch-Up/High Yield Portfolio. Marc is also the editor of Dividend Multiplier, Oxford Systems Trader and Lightning Trend Trader.

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Latest Episode

Discussing a U.S. Currency Crisis and The 2016 Election w/ Acclaimed Financial Author and Global Currency Expert, Jim Rickards


In this week’s episode, Marc kicks things off talking about interest rates. He reveals the biggest factor preventing the Fed, (and other central banks) from lifting rates, and explains how “millennials” could help prop-up our country’s failing entitlement programs. Then, he welcomes currency expert and New York Times best-selling author, Jim Rickards, onto the show. […]

Recent Episodes

Talking Trump w/ Brad Thomas, author of “The Trump Factor” and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes Real Estate Investor

If you’re following the Trump tax return debacle or the looming Deutsche Bank disaster, you won’t want to miss this week’s episode of Oxford Club Radio. Marc kicks things off by discussing the troubles at Europe’s biggest bank, and what a collapse could mean for the US markets and your portfolio. He switches gears to […]

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Interest Rates, Commodities, and Seasonal Investing with Everbank Chairman, Frank Trotter and Emerging Trends Strategist, Matthew Carr

In this week’s episode Marc is joined by Frank Trotter, Chairman of EverBank Global Markets. Frank discusses the surprising reason why interest rates are likely to remain low for a while. Frank also explains why the commodities boom we’re seeing this year is just the beginning… Then, Marc is joined by Matthew Carr, the Oxford […]

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Exclusive highlights from CNBC’s 6th annual Delivering Alpha Conference w/ Frank Curzio, President of Curzio Research and host of “Wall Street Unplugged”

Marc opens the show with a heated discussion of the Wells Fargo fraud scandal and the top executive who raked in a $124 million paycheck shortly before the news broke. If you’re not routinely vetting the management of companies you’re investing in, Marc explains why it’s absolutely critical to start doing so today. Then, Frank […]

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