Bill Bonner (author)

Bill Bonner (author)

Bill Bonner is an author of books and articles on economic and financial subjects. He is the founder and president of Agora Publishing, [ [ The Daily Reckoning: Bill Bonner] ] and the principal author of a daily financial column known as "The Daily Reckoning". Bonner is also a contributor to the news and opinion blog [ [ Lew Rockwell: Bill Bonner] ] and has written articles for Agora-owned MoneyWeek magazine. [ Money Week: Bill Bonner] ]

Bonner co-authored "Financial Reckoning Day: Surviving The Soft Depression of The 21st Century" and Empire of Debt with Addison Wiggin and "Mobs, Messiahs and Markets" with Lila Rajiva.

In his first two books and in "The Daily Reckoning", Bonner argues that the financial future of the United States is in peril because of various economic and demographic trends, not the least of which is America's large trade deficit. He claims that America's foreign policy exploits are tantamount to the establishment of an empire, and the price of maintaining such an empire could accelerate America's eventual decline. Bonner argues in his latest book that mob and mass delusions are part of the human condition.


External links

* [ Bill Bonner bio]
* [ The Daily Reckoning web site]
* [ Agora Publishing]

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