Bill Bonner

In 1978, William Bonner created what is now known as Agora Inc. What began as a small publishing company based in Washington, DC, has grown to be one of the largest and most successful consumer newsletter publishers in the world.

Since founding Agora Inc. in 1978, Bill Bonner has worked steadily to turn it into a “minimultinational,” with publishing offices in eight different countries on six different continents.

As a personal friend of former Editor in Chief Lord Rees Mogg, Bill has always been a supporter of the values and principles The Fleet Street Letter stands for. Since taking over ownership of the publication in the early 1990s, Bill has helped preserve and protect the ideas that have made The Fleet Street Letter so successful for so long.

Bill, along with his friend and colleague Addison Wiggin, has written two New York Times Best Selling books: Financial Reckoning Day and Empire of Debt. Both works were critically acclaimed and internationally distributed. His most recent book, Hormegeddon, also hit the New York Bestseller list.

The Swamp Claims Its First Victim

Washington [is] a lot more broken than President Trump thought that it was. — White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – On Friday, the much-hyped Trump/GOP Obamacare reform sank into the swamp. If anything keeps us from…

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Swamp Monsters Devour White Men

RANCHO SANTANA, NICARAGUA – On Thursday, the House put off its vote on the Republicans’ medical care bill. Stocks barely moved. Used car prices dropped last month by the biggest amount since 2008. Homeownership hit a half-century low. Sears may…

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Picnics on Vesuvius

RANCHO SANTANA, NICARAGUA – Today could be a big day… The House is supposed to vote on the Republicans’ proposal to amend Obamacare. Most likely, it will fail. That will set back the entire Trump agenda. And it will make…

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No Quick Fix for the U.S. Economy…

RANCHO SANTANA, NICARAGUA – The Dow fell 237 points on Tuesday, or about 1%. Are investors finally noticing? There will be no “shovel-ready” infrastructure spending in 2017… and no quick tax fix for the economy. This means that the “reflation…

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An Empire Is Hard to Stop

RANCHO SANTANA, NICARAGUA – Yesterday, the Dow retreated slightly. But it is still near its all-time high of 21,000 points. And by many measures, U.S. stocks have never been more expensive. Meanwhile, bullish sentiment among investment advisers is at a…

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Deep State Über Alles

Money makes the world go around It makes the world go ’round. – “Money,” Cabaret RANCHO SANTANA, NICARAGUA – We started out last week with the best of intentions. We were going to take a rest and spend time recalling what…

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Finally Some Good News From the Trump Team

RANCHO SANTANA, NICARAGUA – Yesterday, coming back from Granada with a driver, we learned a little about how the Nicaraguan economy works. We were passing shacks of all varieties and various levels of ingenuity. Some had bare concrete walls and…

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Fed Hikes, Markets Yawn

RANCHO SANTANA, NICARAGUA – According to yesterday’s mailbag feedback, your editor “certainly is the MOST unpatriotic intelligent person in the country. A closet LEFTY… “If [he] is SO smart and has all the answers, he should get off of his dead…

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