Equities Analyst by Day/Ring Announcer by Night

Marc is the Chief Income Strategist for The Oxford Club and Wealthy Retirement, as well as Founder and Senior Editor of The Oxford Income Letter. He also contributes frequently to The Oxford Communiqué and Investment U.

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Is This Juicy 11.6% Yield Going The Wrong Way?
Washington Prime Group (NYSE: WPG) is on a lot of income investors’ radars because of its juicy 11.6% yield. But can a yield that high – in a real estate investment trust (REIT) that owns malls and shopping centers – be safe?
Why I Told Rhonda “I’m Not Interested”
If you own a diversified portfolio of Perpetual Dividend Raisers or The Oxford Club’s Gone Fishin’ Portfolio, you’re invested in a wide range of stocks that should outperform the market over the long term. Historically, they always have.
Why I Like This F-Rated 10% Yielder
It’s not often that I am bullish on a company whose SafetyNet Pro rating is an F. But that is the case with Annaly Capital Management. Annaly is rated an F for dividend safety because it has a history of lowering its dividend.
Like Your Dividends? Thank A Foreigner
It shouldn’t be a total surprise that U.S. companies are booking lots of foreign sales. The U.S. dollar is down nearly 11% this year. A cheaper dollar makes our exports less expensive to foreign buyers, which typically boosts sales.
Monthly Dividend Raises For 19 Years – Will It Continue?
REITs are popular because of their high and reliable yields. And Realty Income is one of the more popular REITs thanks to its steady dividends. But will the commercial real estate company be able to continue to provide the dependable dividends?
Why This World-Class Economist Is Dead Wrong About Dividends
Investing in stocks that pay and raise their dividends is the best way to generate outstanding long-term returns that soundly beat the market.


CASY Caseys General Stores Inc.
CRI Carter's Inc.
HILL Dot Hill Systems Corporation



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Work Experience

Chief Income Strategist, The Oxford Club
Agora Publishing
2007 - Present (10 years 9 months)

Editor of the Oxford Income Letter and the Oxford Club's healthcare sector specialist

Ring Announcer
2005 - Present (12 years 10 months)
Sr. Columnist
2005 - 2007 (2 years 8 months)
Equities Analyst
Weiss Research
September 2003 - March 2005 (1 year 7 months)


University at Albany, SUNY
1985 / 1989


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