In 1978, Bill Bonner founded what is now the largest underground research network on the planet.
Bill also co-wrote two New York Times bestselling books, Financial Reckoning Day and Empire of Debt, In his latest book, Hormegeddon, Bill describes what happens when you get too much of a good thing in the sphere of public policy, economics and business.
This new newsletter is unlike anything else published in America today. Now in this industry, Bill Bonner has agreed to share his secrets and insights every month.
It’s like having a super-wealthy uncle share his best ideas, insights and wisdom about business, relationships, investments, trends, developments, ideas and more.
Just like Bill’s new book, Hormegeddon, this new newsletter, The Bonner-Denning Letter, could only be written by a man with his wealth, accomplishments, and experience. Someone who has started businesses all over the world… who has employed thousands of employees… who has made investments on 5 continents… who owns hundreds of thousands of acres of land… who travels well over 100,000 air miles every year… who has acquired more than two dozen businesses… launched over 1,000 products… and sees a dozen different business deals cross his desk every single week.
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.
The boneheads at the Fed enable the other government boneheads to spend money we don’t have…
Everyone’s doing it – lower rates, deficits, etc. – so everyone HAS to do it to keep up.
Only one thing leads to higher levels of civilized life: a relative absence of violence.
The stock market topped out already. The Dow is a dead man walking… waiting to fall over.
That which gets out of whack is likely to get back into whack, sooner or later.
If lower interest rates are such a good idea, how come Japan and Europe are in worse shape than...