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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.
In this week’s podcast, Marc explains why you shouldn’t always trust what CEOs are saying and how investors can get over their fear of selling stocks. He also chats with New York Times bestselling author Pamela Yellen about her book, The Bank On Yourself Revolution, and some little-known alternatives to traditional 401(k) plans.
In this week’s OC Radio, Marc looks at the latest jobs numbers and gives his thoughts on the direction the economy is heading. Then he has a conversation with Dr. Chris Martenson, a renowned economic researcher and futurist, about some major developments happening in energy.
In this Thanksgiving-themed episode of Oxford Club Radio, Marc discusses bogus end-of-the-year “predictions” and some positive economic stats investors should be thankful for. He also talks to Katharine Scrivener, founder of For 30 More, a campaign to end Cystic Fibrosis. View the transcript.
In this week’s podcast, Marc chats with Walter Cruttenden, CEO and Co-Founder of Acorns. Launched over the summer, Acorns is a mobile app that invests spare change into custom ETFs. Walter explains how the app works, who’s using it and how much you stand to make. Also: Marc explains why tuning out the mainstream media […]