Bill Bonner

About the Author Bill Bonner

Bill Bonner founded Agora Inc. in 1978. It has grown into one of the largest independent newsletter publishing companies in the world. Bill has also co-written two New York Times bestselling books, Financial Reckoning Day and Empire of Debt. He has written a daily financial column since 1999. His Diary of a Rogue Economist is your gateway to Bill’s decades of accrued knowledge about history, politics, society, finance and economics. Sometimes funny, sometimes frightening – but always entertaining and packed with useful insight, Diary of a Rogue Economist can help you make sense of the complex world we live in today. Editor's Note: If you enjoyed Bill’s article, sign up for the Diary of a Rogue Economist and get his special report, "The One Secret You Must Know to Be Successful". LINK: http://signup.bonnerandpartners.com/373617

What Bad Decisions Will Come From The Fed’s Rate Hike?

Faded, Tired, and Shredded POITOU – It doesn’t look as though investors will get much …

Fed’s “Doom Loop” Locks Us On Course for Another Crisis

We’ve seen at least three articles explaining why the Fed failed to increase interest rates …

Inside Janet Yellen’s Brain (Part II)

According to several headlines, the U.S. stock market rose yesterday “ahead of Fed.” The Dow was …

Inside Janet Yellen’s Brain

Usually, we reserve our pity for the poor, the downtrodden, and the hopeless. But today, …

Ms. Yellen Is Reluctant To Raise Rates

Interest Rates Won’t Rise in 2015 The Janet Yellen Fed will not raise interest rates …

Overview: How Much Is Gold Really Worth?

“A Car for the Great Multitude” In the museum in the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome in …

Gold Mining: An Avalanche of Bearish Sentiment

TORONTO – “This is the worst I’ve seen in 30 years.” The scene was the …

Crude Oil is Getting Shellacked

By Chris Hunter Crude oil is getting shellacked. Today’s chart shows that U.S. crude oil prices …

The “Beer Theory of Credit Quality”

Yesterday, U.S. stocks ended in the green. Investors bent over to pick up a few pennies …

China’s Bubble Makes the Dot-Com Boom Look Mild

By Chris Hunter, What goes up must come down, and what goes up in a …