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written by reader “Super Bonds” Touted by Oxford Club’s Steve McDonald?

By bambamjumbo, December 22, 2017

Travis, can you please tell us your opinion on the Service that Steve McDonald is promoting his ”Oxford Bond Advantage”? Is it legitimate and realistic? Thx for your insight, Paul

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4 years ago

Steve McDonald of Oxford Club is touting this “Superbond Service” again with outrageous “guaranteed” returns on bonds that he calls “Superbonds”. Since the service is on a Special for $2,000 NON-refundable, with usual cost $4,000 a year, I sure would like to know some more as to what he is talking about. Have you ever explored these superbonds that he is talking about? Or has anyone else found out about what all of this is? Thx for sharing.


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Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe
Reply to  waltingl

Generally these things pitch junk bonds that are trading well below par โ€” that way you get the big coupon plus the big bump up when the full principal (par) is repaid at maturity. Assuming no bankruptcy or forced renegotiation with bond holders to keep the company afloat, of course. Havenโ€™t looked at that specific ad, though.

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2 years ago

Just watched the current version of this “Super Bonds”. Now the discount is $1,800. As with most of the supposed great opportunities, Oxford does not provide any meaningful information. There are lots of vague references and metered responses. The fact that there is no ability to get a refund (only a potential future credit) is indicative of a misleading investment.

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