Strategic Trends Investor Review (Is It The Real Deal?)

Hello and welcome to my review of Strategic Trends Investor.

I discovered Strategic Trends Investor after seeing an ad for it online, where its creator, Matthew Carr, talks about a small cap tech stock that could potentially make you up to 24 times your money.

Which sounds pretty exciting to me. I mean, imagine taking a $10K investment, for example, and turning it into $240K. And theoretically, all you did was follow Matthew’s recommendations.

But is it the real deal?

Well, I decided to take a closer look to find out. Because anyone can make bold claims, but whether or not they actually deliver is another story.

Anyway, what I found was that Strategic Trends Investor thankfully isn’t a scam. It’s a legitimate investment advisory service run by investing guru Matthew Carr, that shows you how to invest in emerging tech trends like 5G, artificial intelligence, virtual reality and driverless cars.

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Strategic Trends Investor looks like a great service though. So let’s take a closer look at what it’s all about and how it works, to help you decide if it’s right for you.

What Is Strategic Trends Investor?

Strategic Trends Investor is an investment newsletter service created by Matthew Carr who works with a company called The Oxford Club. The service is mostly about investing in emerging trends such as 5G, artificial intelligence, virtual reality and driverless cars.

But it also includes stock picks in legal cannabis and CBD companies. Basically anything that could be “the next big thing” before everyone’s talking about it.

And, as a subscriber of Strategic Trends Investor, you get access to a monthly newsletter which contains Matthew’s investment insights and his recommended stocks. The ones that he believes are going to be positioned to take full advantage of the coming trends.

Many of the companies he recommends haven’t reached their full potential yet, but he believes they will at some point in the future. And if/when they do they could potentially make you a lot of money. For example, 5G is set to be an $11.2 trillion global industry and Matthew recommends investing in companies that are set to benefit from this, while their stock price is still low.

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What’s the catch?

There is no catch, really.

For $49 you get access to a lot of value. Including Matthew’s personal insights and stock picks, which could potentially pay off. There are no guarantees, but he’s an investing expert who’s made millions of dollars doing this. So chances are you will learn something worthwhile.

However, as with any type of investing, there are risks involved. Especially during the current state of the financial markets and economy. And especially when speculating on emerging trends.

Even in good times, the odds of making consistent, reliable money in the stock market are very, very low. Most estimates state that 90-95% of investors end up losing their money.

Which means you may even have better luck at a casino than speculating on stock prices. Because at least there you’ve got an (almost) 50/50 shot at winning at Roulette.

I’m not saying this to put you off. Not at all. And don’t get me wrong, Strategic Trends Investor offers subscribers a great deal of value, especially for only $49.

But I do think it’s important to be realistic, especially since it’s YOUR money on the line. As much as this could make you wealthy, there are no guarantees, and you could just as easily lose money.

How Does Strategic Trends Investor Work?

The way Strategic Trends Investor works is pretty straightforward. The idea is to signup for between $49 to $129 (depending on which membership option you choose) on the The Oxford Club website, which gives you access to the following:

  • 12 issues of Strategic Trends Investor: Digital and print copies of the monthly newsletter, where Matthew and David Fessler detail their latest stock picks, check on our model portfolios and explore the most lucrative trends in the markets.
  • Access to four model portfolios: The model portfolio includes every stock on Matthew’s “buy now” list. He tells you what he recommends buying, at what price and when he recommends selling. The portfolio includes dividend investments, midcap stocks and smaller companies with rapid growth rates. All in all, they recommend about 24 stocks a year.
  • 52 weekly updates: You’ll hear from Matthew and David at least once a week via email, where they discuss the latest market news and what’s happening with the model portfolio.
  • Website access: All of the emails you get, along with the model portfolio, are archived in the members only website. Which makes it handy to get access to everything in one place.

As you can see, you get a lot of value with this service.

When you boil it all down though, there’s really two main core benefits.

The monthly newsletters that list a new investment opportunity. And the model portfolio, which shows you every stock Matthew currently has on his buy list.

You do get some training, but this is mostly about just following what Matthew is doing. So you’re really putting your faith in Matthew Carr and the team at The Oxford Club, that their recommendations will pay off as well as they say.

Who Is Matthew Carr?

Matthew Carr
Matthew Carr

Matthew Carr is the Chief Trends Strategist for The Oxford Club, Senior Editor of Strategic Trends Investor, and an expert investor who’s been very successful investing in the stock market.

According to his profile page on The Oxford Club website, his unique take on investing has led to countless outsized gains, including the largest returns in the history of The Oxford Club.

Which makes sense, since he has almost 20 years of experience in the investing world and has proven his talents across a wide range of industries. Not just for himself, but for those who listen to him.

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For example, he has been successful within the evergreen mining and energy sectors, as well as emerging industries like cannabis, 3D printing. And emerging tech companies involved with things like artificial intelligence and 5G. So he seems to have a knack for following the trends.

He’s also published a bestselling book entitled “The Energy Disruption Triangle: Three Sectors That Will Change How We Generate, Use, and Store Energy” which you get for free as a subscriber of Strategic Trends Investor. But only if you buy the $70 (Premium) version.

So I think it’s pretty obvious that Matthew Carr is a legitimate investment professional, and he shares a lot of value with his subscribers.

He’s been doing this for many years and has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry, so he has experience. And many people speak highly of his newsletters from what I can see. So I definitely think he’s legit, and someone worth listening to.

Is Strategic Trends Investor Legitimate?

Strategic Trends Investor is a legitimate newsletter service run an investing expert and a company with a that could potentially help you make money investing in the stock market.

And it’s run by a reputable company called The Oxford Club which has been providing high value services in the finance and investing space for decades.

I personally think that for $49, there isn’t much downside to buying the subscription itself. Especially since there’s a full 365 day money back guarantee.

So if you don’t like it, I guess you could always just ask them for a refund.

The risk more comes into play if you follow Matthews advice, and it doesn’t go exactly as planned. For example, if you buy shares in companies he recommends, and the stock price doesn’t take off as hoped, then you could end up losing money.

So it’s not a scam. But that doesn’t mean it’s risk-free, or that it’ll make you rich, either. As with anything, it pays to exercise caution and not rush in without considering the downside.

Bottom Line

Whether or not you should join Strategic Trends Investor is something only you can decide.

On one hand, Matthew is a very knowledgeable investor who shares a great deal of value with his subscribers. So it’s possible that by following his system could end up making a lot of money. And the service he provides is absolutely legitimate.

On the other hand, there’s definitely some risk involved with this in my opinion. And not just because investing in the stock market is highly speculative. But because instead of educating yourself on how to properly invest, you’re essentially just taking someone’s word that they know what they’re doing and that they’re going to help you make lots of money.

That’s me though, what you decide to do is up to you.

I’m not affiliated with Strategic Trends Investor, so my aim with this review was never to convince you to join, or not join. As with anything I review, my aim is just to share my opinion based on what I found, and hopefully that helps you make a more informed choice either way.