Oxford Income Letter

Unique Wealth-Building Insights


The goal of The Oxford Income Letter is not only to help you prepare for your golden years but also to help you live the lifestyle you want – without cutting corners.

To do so, Chief Income Strategist Marc Lichtenfeld relies on his proprietary 10-11-12 System. This system is designed to generate 11% yields in 10 years or 12% average annual returns in 10 years with dividends reinvested… Hence, 10-11-12.
And it works.

Think of what the markets did between 1999 and 2008, or between 2000 and 2009. Those are important 10-year snapshots of time in which millions of people sought wealth to plan for a comfortable retirement. And yet the S&P 500 was down 9% for both of those 10-year time periods.

However, if you owned a portfolio consisting of the S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats Index (S&P 500 stocks with a 25-year track record of annual dividend raises), your stocks finished 40% higher (1999 to 2008) and 87% higher (2000 to 2009).

By combining the best of dividends and fixed income, Marc helps investors turn today’s income into tomorrow’s wealth.

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What to Expect When You Subscribe


Here’s how a subscription to The Oxford Income Letter works…

At the beginning of each month, subscribers receive the latest issue of The Oxford Income Letter. In each issue, Chief Income Strategist Marc Lichtenfeld shows readers how to harness the power of dividends and other income-producing strategies using his proprietary 10-11-12 System. (This system is designed to generate 11% yields in 10 years or 12% average annual returns in 10 years with dividends reinvested.)

Each Tuesday, Marc addresses reader questions in his Oxford Income Mailbag email. Each Thursday, his Oxford Income Weekly email provides any important news on developments within The Oxford Income Letter’s four portfolios…

  1. Instant Income Portfolio: Income for Today
  2. Compound Income Portfolio: Dividend Reinvestment for Tomorrow
  3. Retirement Catch-Up/High Yield Portfolio: Emphasis on High Yields
  4. Fixed Income Portfolio: Conservative Fixed Income for the Future

As an Oxford Income Letter subscriber, you can also expect to receive urgent updates to the portfolios in the form of Oxford Income Blasts.

All of these resources ensure that you’re in the know on any market action that affects your portfolio, giving you the insight and power to shape your financial future.