Bill Bonner

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

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.

Bill isn’t a stock-picker. He’s not going to build a portfolio for you to follow. Instead, he shares insights and ideas about how the business and financial worlds REALLY work. He identifies big opportunities. He shows you where average investors are making big mistakes. He details opportunities he’s interested in personally, and what’s going on with his global business. In short, Bill opens a window to the world of the wealthy that you simply won’t find anywhere else.

Tax Cuts for the Rich… Hallelujah!

BALTIMORE – Have we been too cynical? Last Thursday, the House passed its big tax-cut bill. The Dow popped up 187 points on the news. A reporter asked us later: “Will the Dow go to 40,000?” Assuming a tax bill…

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When the Robots Take Over

BALTIMORE – How about those techs! As Chris Lowe reported in Wednesday’s Market Insight column, the eight most valuable tech companies in the world – Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Google parent Alphabet, Baidu, Alibaba, and Tencent – have added $1.7 trillion…

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A Luddite’s Guide to the Future

BALTIMORE – We were disappointed to see the pedestal… naked… forlorn… its statue gone… its purpose defunct. For more than a century, the bronze statue of Supreme Court Justice Roger B. Taney – gravely pondering the weighty issues of the…

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One of the Funniest Shows in Modern Capitalism

BALTIMORE – On Monday, Caracas rolled out the red carpet – literally. In one of the funniest shows in modern capitalism, bondholders were invited to a special meeting in the Venezuelan capital. A few turned up. They wanted to know…

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The Problem With Millennials

DELRAY BEACH, FLORIDA – “What’s wrong with them?” In front of us was a group of young women, tying their surfboards on top of their Jeep. At first glance, nothing at all. They had come from a nearby surf camp…

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How the GOP Tax Plan Rips Off the Middle Class

RANCHO SANTANA, NICARAGUA – Last Thursday, Senate Republicans announced their proposed tax reform measures. Instead of eliminating the inheritance tax – like the House version does – the Senate proposal would increase the exemption by $5 million per person. And…

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Why Funerals Are Good for the Economy

RANCHO SANTANA, NICARAGUA – “I wanted to build a little vacation cottage.” We were getting a tour of concrete and rebar. A colleague is building a house on the ocean. It seems to have gotten away from him. “Well…” he…

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How Technology Poisoned the Future

RANCHO SANTANA, NICARAGUA – Over the weekend, bitcoin rose to more than $7,500 – a 200% gain from when we bought in June. “Is that all?” replies a colleague. “I got into a bitcoin miner at 2 cents a share….

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