For Agora Financial, providing independent commentary, analysis, and education through many forms and options gives clients the important flexibility to make informed financial decisions.

Founded in 2004, and located in Baltimore, Md., Agora Financial is a for-profit company that provides independent commentary on economic matters, education via print and online publications, online seminars, videos, conference calls, analysis, and more. Agora Financial is a subsidiary of The Agora, Inc., and deems itself a “marketplace for ideas.” Agora, Inc., was founded in 1979 by Bill Bonner. Agora has since been renamed, The Agora. It has a thirty company network.

Agora Financial also provides free and paid publications. These publications include unbiased news and market commentary. Agora Financial touts itself not only as 100 percent independent but also providing editors who never accept money from investors or companies in exchange for market or media coverage.

Agora Financial notes that their editors are not timid about making bold prognostications concerning the world of finance. Agora’s editors and their insights have been noted by The Economist, CNBC, Fox Business News, The Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Financial Times, The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times,theDaily Telegraph and more.

Some of the editors on Agora Financial’s team include Addison Wiggins (5 Min. Forecast, Advisor Reserve, and the Platinum Reserve), Alan Knuckman (42-Day Retirement Plan, Alan Knuckman’s Power Trading Network, Dollar Trade Club, Weekly Wealth Alert), Rich Jacobs (Crypto Alert), Amanda Stiltner (Insider Network), Louis Basenese (Extreme Alpha, True Alpha), Dan Amoss, Byron King, Timothy Sykes, Ray Blanco, Kevin Massengill, Mike Burdick, Louis Basenese and many more.

Agora traces its beginnings back to three noteworthy financial publications: Strategic Investment (1984), Plague of the Black Debt (1992), and the Daily Reckoning (1999). The Daily Reckoning was one of the first daily financial e-letters — that was free — that still exists today. In that time frame, Agora had accumulated quite a long list of accurate, yet unprecedented economic forecasts by the point that Agora Financial had become an independent LLC in 2004.

Addison Wiggin, who is the executive publisher at Agora Financial, is a New York Times best-selling writer and considered as a key force behind the highly acclaimed documentary film I.O.U.S.A. At Agora Financial, their editorial team is always trying to challenge the traditional media publishing companies by offering insightful, yet irreverent opinions where others are fearful to go.

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