What Is Alex Green’s $3 Stock With 29,187 Patents? (Revealed)

Today I’m going to be taking a look at a presentation by Alexander Green about a $3 stock with 29,187 patents that he says could be the one “perfect stock” for retirement.

He even goes as far as to call it a “Single-Stock Retirement Play.”

What is this $3 stock? Who is Alex Green? And what service is he pitching?

In this article, I will endeavor to answer these questions and more, to help you decide if this is something that’s worth getting involved with or not.

What Is Alex Green’s $3 Stock?

The presentation we’ll be taking a look at today is titled:

Son of a Police Officer Shocks the World…

He started a company with $7,500… and now is signing billion-dollar deals with America’s Biggest Tech companies.

Here’s why his $3 stock should be the cornerstone of your portfolio.

Source: pro.oxfordclubcommunique.com/p/EMPLANTO99OXFLTOXFDSMALAGBBRK/LOXFVAHH

And it’s basically a presentation featuring Alexander Green of The Oxford Club, who is standing in front of (what appears to be) a live audience:

Alex Green during his 3 Dollar Stock presentation.
Source: oxfordclubcommunique.com

Alex begins by saying he is going to show us how a “modest investment” in a “single $3 stock” could become the cornerstone of your retirement in the coming years.

He says that even though that might sound outlandish, it is possible, and explains how some of the wealthiest people in the world made their fortunes, not by investing in a bunch of different stocks, but by picking one or two winners.

Which is something he says he’s done himself (three times):

In fact, I’ve done it three times. I invested in Apple in 1996 and 1997… and still hold every share. I bought Netflix in 2005… and still hold every share. And I bought Amazon in 2005 and 2006… and still hold every share.

These were modest investments.

But those three stocks individually have gone up between 91 and 881 times in value.

Source: pro.oxfordclubcommunique.com/p/EMPLANTO99OXFLTOXFDSMALAGBBRK/LOXFVAHH/Full

Many so-called investing experts out there suggest diversifying well, but that’s not what Alex is suggesting in this presentation. Instead, he’s talking about putting a modest investment into a stock that he believes could have huge upside potential in the coming years.

And I think he makes quite a compelling argument.

But why does he think this company could be such a big deal?

Well, before he provides any clues about what he’s pitching, he talks about what the “prefect stock” might look like, if you were going to retire on just one stock.

He then lists the following criteria, suggesting that a company with a “perfect stock” would:

  • Be a leader in cutting-edge technology that changes the way we live
  • Have breakthrough products used by billions of customers around the world
  • Have profit margins that are fully protected by patents, trademarks and brand names
  • Have $100’s billions in contractually guaranteed future sales and profits
  • Pay an enormous dividend
  • Be on the verge of dozens of upcoming blockbuster announcements
  • Be undiscovered

He then suggests that his $3 stock pick meets this criteria and that it could “help you achieve the kind of carefree retirement most people only dream about.”

What is Alex Green’s stock?

To answer that, we need to take one last look at the clues he leaves in the presentation. So far he’s provided some fairly general clues, but let’s take a closer look.

Here’s a summary of the main clues he provides in the presentation:

It has 29,187 patents inside the United States and 49,599 registered globally.

The company has inked deals with Cisco, Dell, Microsoft, Lenovo, Intel, Sharp, IBM, HP, Nintendo, Sony, Nokia, Amazon and Apple…

The company pays a big dividend too… 189% bigger than the S&P 500 average.

You won’t find it on the New York Stock Exchange, the AMEX or the Nasdaq.

You can buy this $3 stock from a regular brokerage account… today. But only if you know its secret name.

A major multibillion-dollar deal that involves both Apple and 50,000 jobs is about to bring this secret company into the mainstream.

Founded by a Blue-Collar Worker With Just $7,500

It has an $866 million deal to make that Linksys router you probably have in your house.

And most impressive of all, it has a $21 billion contract in place to put its components inside virtually every iPhone worldwide!

Fidelity now has $408 million worth of shares.

iShares is backing up the truck with $655 million invested.

And Vanguard has taken the lead position with just over $1 billion invested.

Based on these clues, I believe Alex Green’s $3 stock is Foxconn.

This is just my guess, but it matches up well with the clues Alex provides in the presentation, so I’m fairly confident it’s the one.

To know for sure though, and to get the full details on what Alex is recommending and why, you need to read his report titled “The Single-Stock Retirement Play: How to Retire on This Obscure $3 Stock.” In this report, he shares everything you need to know about his prediction.

In order to get access to that report, however, you need to join his service, The Oxford Communique. Which costs $49 if you join through his presentation.

I’ll explain more about The Oxford Communique and the special report in a moment. But before we get to that, let’s take a closer look at the company (it looks like) he’s pitching.

Breaking Down Alex’s “Secret” Stock Pick

During the presentation, Alex states that the company he’s recommending is trading under a “secret name.” But that you can still invest in it using a regular brokerage account.

Which I thought was a bit confusing. So I wanted to help clear this up incase you were confused too. And share some of the things I learned about this company.

Foxconn Technology Group (commonly referred to as Foxconn) is owned by a Taiwanese company called Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd.

So, basically, Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd. is the real name of the company, and Foxconn Technology Group is the “secret” name it trades under. It’s not really a secret, and Alex does point this out, but not everyone would know that it uses two different names.

Anyway, Hon Hai is a Taiwanese electronics manufacturer that, according to Wikipedia, was founded by Terry Gou in 1974 with just $7,500 in startup money. Which, as with the other points he made, matches up with what was stated in the presentation.

Worth mentioning, however, is that Alex’s presentation appears to have been aired in early 2018, and even though the stock price is still less than $3 as of writing (depending on how you buy it), some of the other points he mentioned have changed.

For example, Alex mentioned that the company is set to bring 50,000 jobs to the United States. Which is true, but according to this article on CNBC, things haven’t worked out so well. So in some respects the presentation is less relevant than it was in 2018.

What about the company’s 29,000 odd patents?

The fact that the company had so many patents (29,187 in the U.S. alone) was one of the major selling points Alex Green made in the presentation.

He says the company has “amassed one of the largest tech patent libraries of any company in the world” and even calls it “the undisputed “Patent King” of the world.”

Is it true?

According to this report on insights.patnsnap.com, Foxconn held 29,187 patents in the United States and 49,599 abroad as of February 2016, for a total of 80,123 patents.

So what Alex said was true with respect to the patents.

What sort of patents does the company hold?

According to Alex, “its most valuable patent is for a special double-sided bonding method for electronics.” But it also holds patents on a wide range of things from circuit board surge protectors, lithium-ion batteries and unmanned aerial vehicles, to Printing devices, cleaning robots and a technology for creating microchips.

What’s the ticker?

Foxconn trades on the Taiwan Stock Exchange with the ticker 2354.

And, as of writing (July 20, 2021), Foxconn is trading for around NT$65 (New Taiwan dollars) which currently works out to about USD$2.32 per share.

However… there’s also a second way you can trade it.

Through something called ADR (American Depositary Receipts), investors can speculate on Foxconn through the OTC (Over The Counter) market using ticker HNHPF.

Where it currently trades for USD $8.26.

And from what I understand, one share of HNHPF represents two shares of Foxconn. So, if you don’t want the hassle of investing in Foxconn via the Taiwan Stock Exchange, and you don’t mind paying more, this is an alternative.

In any case, with that out of the way, let’s take a closer look at The Oxford Communique service, and whether or not Alex Green is worth paying attention to.

Overview of The Oxford Communique

The Oxford Communique is a stock advisory service headed up by Alexander Green and published by a company called The Oxford Club.

And in order to get access to Alex’s report titled “The Single-Stock Retirement Play: How to Retire on This Obscure $3 Stock” you need to join this service, which costs $49 for 12 months.

So, in reality, Alex’s “$3 stock” presentation is more or less used as a way to promote The Oxford Communique. Because learning about his stock is a big incentive to join.

This is similar to what he did recently with the Innovation Accelerator Playbook presentation, where he talked about four companies he’s interested in for 2021 and beyond. And I reveal what I believe those companies are in the link I just shared, so you may want to check those out too.

In any case, if you think my guess about Foxconn is correct, you don’t really need to signup to Alex’s service for that reason alone. But there are some other reasons to consider joining.

For one thing, he details the reasons behind his stock pick in his report. So you may learn a lot more about the company itself, and why Alex is recommending it, by reading his report.

And second, the Oxford Communique service itself is quite comprehensive, and may well be worth checking out, even without the report.

How does The Oxford Communique work?

The main idea behind the service is to provide subscribers with monthly stock picks, insights and other resources, such as the model portfolio, to help you create long term wealth.

Aside from just stock picks, Alex and the team also talk about ways you could make more money through things like dividends, increasing your investment returns, reducing taxes and limiting the potential downside risks that come with investing.

Not to mention, Alex shares his insights on the economy, interest rates and business developments within each monthly issue of the The Oxford Communique newsletter.

So it’s quite a comprehensive service, and it has quite a strong track record. In fact, The Oxford Communique is among some of the highest-rated monthly newsletter services in the world, and it’s run by one of the most respected financial gurus in the space.

Who Is Alexander Green?

Alexander Green
Alexander Green

Alexander Green is the Chief Investment Strategist of The Oxford Club, a popular financial publishing company that publishes a range of investing and trading services.

Prior to Joining The Oxford Club, Alex worked on Wall Street as an investment advisor, research analyst and portfolio manager.

He also has extensive experience as a financial writer, and has published multiple best-selling books including The Gone Fishin’ Portfolio and The Secret of Shelter Island.

All told, he has over two decades of experience and, according to The Oxford Club, has helped many of his followers become successful through his insights and recommendations.

The website says he recommended companies like Netflix, Amazon, Apple and Applied Optoelectronics, which have all seen quadruple digit gains over the past twenty years.

He is probably best known for his work with The Oxford Communique, but provides other services such as The Insider Alert and The Momentum Alert which are each based on different strategies Alex uses to generate investing returns.

Bottom Line

Alex Green’s “$3 stock with 29,000 patents” appears to be Foxconn Technology Group (Foxconn), which is the trading name for a Taiwanese electronics manufacturer called Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd. (Hon Hai).

If you want to know for sure what Alex is recommending, however, and get his detailed analysis on why he’s recommending it, you need to join The Oxford Communique. Which is a monthly newsletter service he runs for The Oxford Club, that costs $49 for 12 months.

All in all, I think Foxconn looks like an interesting company and Alex’s service could be well worth checking out, especially if you’re looking for a more conservative service.

At the same time, however, there are no guarantees that any of his stock picks will make you rich, including this one, because nobody can predict the future.

Alex doesn’t exactly promise that though. He makes it clear that there are no guarantees and that the best idea is to only invest what you can afford to lose.

6 thoughts on “What Is Alex Green’s $3 Stock With 29,187 Patents? (Revealed)”

  1. Oh Wow! A few weeks ago I watched the AG presentation and rather than reacting excitedly about what Id Heard I started to think about the bird seed trail he left, and started goggling some of the clues, and I discovered Foxconn as you pointed out but could not figure the $3 stock part how ever all roads led to foxconn and its parent company it was most interesting research, but thankfully your article clears up the three bits of info I was missing 1: the ticker 2: the stock price 3: where its available. Awesome work mate great article thanks.

  2. Need to see Alex Green presentation for $3 stock son of a policeman start and has 29000 patents now!So I can get The Oxford Communique/Pay pay my $49.00 and to become a member of his Investment club at end of presentation!

    • lol. If you want to join the advisory the presentation relates to, the Oxford Communique, all you need to do is visit the Oxford Club website. There’s also a link in the post above to the presentation (it’s the “source” link right above the image I shared).

  3. Hi Tim,
    My name is Kimberly and I really appreciate your article. I specifically searched for the name of that $3 stock because I wanted to bypass having to join something I wouldn’t pay attention to. Are you reachable by phone or text ? [note: phone number removed from comment for privacy reasons, surname removed as per user request]

    • Hi Kimberly, glad you found the post helpful.

      No, and I do not offer any financial, investment, or other advice. I simply share my thoughts and opinions on this blog as it relates to these presentations and services. Please also note that, as per your request, I removed your surname and phone number from your comment.


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