Agora Financial has been a leading innovator in the financial advice industry for over 25 years.
Not only have our economic forecasts been uncannily accurate, but we’ve consistently beat the mainstream financial media to the punch.
Readers of our publications were aware of the housing bubble, the credit bubble and excesses underlying the Panic of ’08 years before they happened — and in many cases were able to prosper while other investors got blindsided. In the past we’ve shown readers ways to make 129% on crude oil’s rise, 162% by playing gold, 417% betting on the mortgage collapse and even 1,011% on the shipping industry.
Our honest, unbiased and independent financial forecasts have been recognised by numerous media sources including The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Reuters, The Financial Times and many more.
The Daily Reckoning was founded in 1999, at the beginning of the internet era.
From humble beginnings in a small office in Paris, Bill Bonner and Addison Wiggin created one of the world’s first email newsletters.
The UK edition launched a year later – in the heart of London, serving contrarian investment advice and a fresh look at the financial markets from a British perspective.
Today, The Daily Reckoning is published daily in English, French and German in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, France, Germany and South Africa.
It provides over half a million subscribers with literary economic perspective, international market analysis, and contrarian investment ideas; in short, it helps readers live well in uncertain times and make sense of the ever-changing global economy.
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Each daily issue delivers a feature-length article by a senior member or our editorial team and a guest essay from a leading thinker or nationally acclaimed columnists, including: Addison Wiggin, Ben Traynor, John Redwood MP, David Stevenson, Michael Covel, Sean Keyes, Pieter Cranenbroek, Chris Mayer, Bill Bonner, Tom Bulford and Jim Rickards. Many leaders in economics, finance and politics contribute to The Daily Reckoning, including: author Doug Casey, author Gerald Celente, Asian equities sleuth Dr. Mark Faber and Nassim Nicholas Taleb.