Innovation Accelerator Playbook: What Are Alex Green’s Picks?

The presentation discussed in this post was originally released in January 2021, and I first wrote about it in July 2021. However, I recently learned that one of the companies Alex Green teased in this presentation changed, so I have updated this post.

Today I’m looking into a presentation about Alexander Green’s Innovation Accelerator Playbook, where he teases four companies as part of an Oxford Communique pitch.

In this post, I’ll show you what companies I think Alex Green is teasing, discuss the reports he’s offering, and shed some light on what you get if you join his service.

Innovation Accelerator Playbook Review

I first discovered the Innovation Accelerator Playbook through a presentation on the Oxford Club website featuring Bill O’Reilly and Alex Green.

The presentation began with Bill O’Reilly talking about how he’s worried about the future of America. He cites issues such as tax hikes, business regulations, increasing levels of debt, and how millions are still out of work.

In Bill O’Reilly’s words:

“We have a new president who’s promising new tax hikes and business-strangling regulations. We just added more to the U.S. debt than during the Civil War, World War I, World War II and Vietnam combined. Millions of Americans are still out of work, and thousands of businesses – big and small – have been lost.”


According to Bill O’Reilly, this is why he was so “blown away” by what Alexander Green told him the other day. About how more wealth could be made over the next couple of years than in the past two decades combined.

Innovation Accelerator Playbook presentation featuring Alexander Green and Bill O'Reilly.
Innovation Accelerator Playbook presentation featuring Alexander Green (left) and Bill O’Reilly (right) titled “Will the Next Two Years Generate More Wealth Than the Previous 20 Combined?”

After a short intro by Bill O’Reilly, Alex Green started talking about how even though there are issues facing America, we shouldn’t be concerned because most of it is just fear-mongering. And that America is made up of the freest and most innovative group of entrepreneurs on the planet.

“Every day, Americans are inventing new technologies, launching new businesses, creating breakthrough medicines and solving real-world problems.”

He went on to say that what America has achieved in the past 100 years is more than what has been achieved over the past 10,000 years combined.

Long story short, Alex Green is apparently bullish on innovative companies that are leveraging cutting-edge technologies to gain a competitive advantage in the market and dominate their industry.

Here’s how he puts it:

“In the next two years alone, the innovations I’m seeing now are going to become SO BIG that the wealth created will be unprecedented. There will be new products that will improve our world in unimaginable ways… And under-the-radar companies that will rise up to become household names.”

In particular, he talked about four innovations he’s interested in:

  • 10G: At first, I thought this might’ve been a gimmick, but 10G is a real thing. But unlike 5G, the mobile network, 10G is about residential broadband reaching speeds of 10Gbps. Which, according to, is 10 times faster than the internet we have today and is the broadband platform of the future.
  • Vertical farming: Alex talks about one of the biggest problems facing mankind today is being able to feed everyone. He points out that the world will need 70% more food in less than 30 years as the global population increases and how vertical farming could be the answer since it allows us to make more food with less real estate.
  • Robotics: The last innovation Alex talks about is robotics and how it will help us increase productivity, improve our lives, and drive innovation. He says robotics is impacting everything from healthcare, defense, and transport to the way we do jobs around the home.
  • Cancer therapy: When I first looked into this presentation, Alex Green teased an mRNA-related company, but at some point, the presentation was updated with a company that he says has come up with a “new approach to cancer therapy” based on “alternating electric fields.”

What companies is Alex Green recommending?

He didn’t share the exact name of the four stocks he’s bullish on in the presentation.

To access those, you need to join The Oxford Club Communique through the Innovation Accelerator Playbook presentation, which provides detailed reports about each innovation I mentioned above and the individual stocks he recommends for each innovation.

Here are the reports that come with Alex Green’s Innovation Accelerator Playbook:

  • The 10G Front-Runner Changing How Business Is Done
  • The Future of Food: The Vertical Farm Supplier Feeding the World
  • The Robotics Company Partnered with Google and Amazon
  • How to Make a Fortune From This Electric Cancer-Fighter

However, he did provide some clues about the stocks he’s recommending in the presentation, so I did some sleuthing to see what I could find. And in the next section, I’ll show you what companies I think he’s teasing.

What Are Alex Green’s Four Picks?

As mentioned, you need to sign up for The Oxford Communique to get the Innovation Accelerator Playbook bundle of reports that detail which stocks Alex is recommending.

However, since Alex provided so many clues in the presentation, I decided to do some digging and share the names of the stocks I believe he’s recommending.

Keep in mind, however, that the following is just my best guess based on what Alexander Green talks about in the presentation, so I can’t guarantee I’m right.

Also, if you want a more thorough breakdown of why I think Alex Green is teasing each of the following companies, see this article about his top stock picks.

1. “The 10G Front-Runner Changing How Business Is Done”

Here are the clues Alex Green shared about this pick:

“Its CEO says, ‘While the world is talking about 5G, we’re proud to be part of this extraordinary movement to 10G. We’re already launching entire Gigacities and that’s just the start.'”


“And what’s most incredible…

Is that the 10G company I’ve targeted has figured out a way to roll out 10G without construction crews replacing cable networks all over the country.”


“And, Bill… you know who believes in this 10G company’s stock, perhaps more than anyone else?

Warren Buffett… whose Berkshire Hathaway fund is the largest stockholder… with $378 million in shares…”

Based on Alex Green’s clues, my guess is Liberty Global plc (LBTYA).

2. “The Future of Food: The Vertical Farm Supplier Feeding the World”

Snippets from the presentation:

“As of right now, there is one publicly traded company that makes perfect sense. This fast-growing retailer owns and operates a chain of stores selling equipment for hydroponics and organic gardening.”

Sales in the last 12 months were up an astounding 152% year over year.

It’s expanded to 36 locations across the United States, up from 25 the year before.

It recently acquired the largest hydroponics operator in Southern California.

That deal is expected to add $20 million in recurring annual revenue.

It’s adding an additional $50 million in recurring annual revenue after purchasing the country’s third-largest chain of hydroponic garden centers, which stretches across the Pacific Northwest.”

My guess: GrowGeneration Corp (GRWG).

3. “The Robotics Company Partnered with Google and Amazon”

Snippets from the presentation:

“It is a robotics company founded by 3 scientists from MIT’s Artificial Intelligence Lab…

It’s created telemedical robots that operate stethoscopes and ultrasounds…”


“More than 2,000 of this company’s robots were deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan and more than 5,000 more to defense forces around the world.”


“In fact, this company has already partnered with Google to integrate its products with Google Assistant and with Amazon to integrate with Alexa.”


“The company is small now with a $2.3 billion market cap…

Yet it just brought in $1.3 billion in revenue over a 12-month period. That’s more than half it’s cap in a single year.”

My guess: iRobot Corporation (IRBT).

4. “How to Make a Fortune From This Electric Cancer-Fighter”

Snippets from the presentation:

“It started with an idea straight from the CEO and founder of the company.

His hunch was that that alternating electric fields, when applied at specific frequencies, can disrupt cancer cell division and cause cancer cell death.”


“This innovative treatment is a completely new approach to cancer therapy.”


“It owns 180 patents and patents pending to protect its technology… and profits. 

And it just signed a monster new deal with pharma giant Merck to treat lung cancer. This little company is just now hitting the map.”

My guess: NovoCure Limited (NVCR).

Summary of Alex Green’s Picks

Based on the information Alexander Green provides in the Innovation Accelerator Playbook presentation and other presentations I’ve covered where he’s teased some of the same stocks, I believe the four stock picks he’s recommending are:

  • Liberty Global plc (LBTYA)
  • GrowGeneration Corp (GRWG)
  • iRobot Corporation (IRBT)
  • NovoCure Limited (NVCR)

Again, these are just my best guesses. I didn’t join The Oxford Communique through this presentation, so I can’t guarantee that this is what he’s recommending. But they match up well with what he said in the presentation with Bill O’Reilly.

In any case, it may still be worth joining his service, even if these are his picks. Because Alex provides a full written report about each of these stocks, including what the companies are about and why he’s recommending them.

How do you get access to the reports?

You need to join The Oxford Communique through the Innovation Accelerator Playbook presentation. And in the next section, I’ll explain what that entails.

How Do You Get The Innovation Accelerator Playbook?

The only way to access the Innovation Accelerator Playbook is to join Alexander Green’s service called The Oxford Communique.

In doing so, you get access to the following four reports:

  • The 10G Front-Runner Changing How Business Is Done
  • The Future of Food: The Vertical Farm Supplier Feeding the World
  • The Robotics Company Partnered with Google and Amazon
  • How to Make a Fortune From This Electric Cancer-Fighter

These are essentially bonuses for joining The Oxford Communique, which is a monthly newsletter service headed up by Alexander Green of The Oxford Club.

As a member, you get access to Alex’s research, analysis and stock recommendations aimed at helping you become a successful investor.

According to Alex, there are five main goals of the service:

  1. Maximize your income
  2. Minimize taxes
  3. Dominate the broad market returns every year
  4. Minimize market risks
  5. And live a financially free life without money worries or concerns.

On top of monthly stock picks and detailed breakdowns of the companies he recommends, you also get access to the model portfolio so that you can see every stock he’s currently recommending, weekly updates to help keep you informed, and other resources aimed at helping you take advantage of his recommendations.

How much does it cost to join?

There are three price tiers for The Oxford Communique: $49, $99, and $129.

The $49 subscription (Standard) gives you a digital copy of The Oxford Communique monthly newsletters. The $129 subscription (Deluxe) comes with digital and print versions of it. And the $99 version comes with digital and print versions of the monthly newsletter and gives you two bonus reports.

The first bonus report is called “The Innovation Gatekeeper” which details an analytics company Alex is interested in. And the second is called “The Millionaire-Making Diagnostics Company” which is a medical diagnostics company.

In any case, the Oxford Communique service is one of the longest-running stock advisories in the industry, especially among the “buy and hold” value investing style newsletters.

Not everything Alex recommends has been, or will be, a winner though. But based on my research, he has picked some great stocks over the years.

Who Is Alexander Green?

Alexander Green is the man in the Innovation Accelerator Playbook presentation and senior editor of The Oxford Communique.

He’s also the Chief Investment Strategist for The Oxford Club, one of the most well-known financial publishing companies in the world. They provide a range of investing subscriptions on their website and work with different experts in the space.

Prior to working with the Oxford Club, Green was an investment advisor, research analyst, and portfolio manager on Wall Street.

Since joining The Oxford Club, he’s shared his knowledge and insights through a variety of services, including The Insider Alert, The Momentum Alert, Oxford Microcap Trader, and The Oxford Communique.

Bottom Line

The Innovation Accelerator Playbook is a bundle of four investment reports and other bonuses that come with a 12-month subscription to The Oxford Communique, Alex Green’s flagship service, which is published by The Oxford Club.

The main benefit of the four reports is learning about Alexander Green’s latest stock picks in the tech and biotech space. But you also get access to his monthly insights and recommendations in the newsletters, along with some other resources.

Overall, it looks like a great service that’s offered at an affordable price. So it could be worth checking out, especially if you’re interested in long-term investing.

That said, there’s no guarantee that any of his picks will make you money. Regardless of how good the service may be or how well it has performed, there’s always a chance you could lose money, which is true for any service.

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