Bill Bonner

Bill Bonner

Bill Bonner is the co-author of The New York Times bestselling books Financial Reckoning Day: Surviving the Soft Depression of the 21st Century, Empire of Debt: The Rise of an Epic Financial Crisis, and Mobs, Messiahs, and Markets: Surviving the Public Spectacle in Finance and Politics.

And in his latest book, A Modest Theory of Civilization: Win-Win or Lose, he explores the progress of society through all its peaks and valleys. Along the way, he reveals the one rule society must follow if it hopes to progress… and shows what happens to those who ignore it.

In 1978, Bill founded The Agora – now the largest independent research network on the planet. He has started businesses all over the world… employs thousands of employees… has made investments on five continents… sees a dozen different business deals cross his desk every single week… has acquired more than two dozen businesses… owns hundreds of thousands of acres of land… travels about 100,000 air miles every year… and has launched over 1,000 products.

His daily e-letter, Bill Bonner’s Diary, is published to over 500,000 readers.

And in his monthly newsletter, The Bonner-Denning Letter, Bill shares his insights about how the business and financial worlds REALLY work. Along with his co-author, Dan Denning, Bill identifies big opportunities. And he shows you where average investors are making big mistakes.

In short, Bill opens a window to the world of money and wealth that you won’t find anywhere else.

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Fed Fail

Stocks and gold were slapped down yesterday. The Dow lost more than 130 points. Gold eked out a $10-per-ounce gain. What does it prove? Nothing. Central banks are engaged in a breathtaking program of activism. We don't know where it will lead. But judging from the historical record, activism and central banking go no better together than drinking and...

The End of the Road

US stocks are turning down this morning, following news that private-sector job growth in the US slowed the most...

A World Without Distractions

The Dow and gold were up strongly yesterday. Gold is recovering well, moving from weak hands to stronger ones....

Too Tired to Think

On Sunday night, we returned from a two-day horseback trip up into the Argentine mountains. After 18 hours of...

The Grandest Larceny of All Time

Gold seems to be coming back fast. It rose $38 per ounce yesterday. Of course, the Fed's monetary meddling...

Time to Cash in Your Chips?

We don't like the looks of it... Advisors are too bullish. Investors are too complacent. The financial authorities are...

The Virgin of the Valley

Nothing special happened yesterday. The Dow rose to recover some of its recent losses. Gold fell to give back...