Daily Reckoning in the News
Here’s what the media has said about the Daily Reckoning…
“The Daily Reckoning is a freewheeling Web site for libertarians, gold bugs and doom enthusiasts of every stripe… [Addison] Wiggin offer[s] up his analysis with a confident and steady aplomb. And for good reason…”— Stephen Metcalf of The New York Times Magazine.
“I am also a fan of a more modest site called The Daily Reckoning, an always interesting offering… The site’s daily newsletter, which is available by e-mail, offers a charmingly mordant take on the stock news of the day, accentuated by philosophical maunderings…”— David Futrelle of MONEY Magazine.
“Back in 2000, Bill Bonner, author of financial newsletter The Daily Reckoning, announced his trade of the decade. It was a simple one: sell dollars, buy gold. It turned out to be a good plan. In 2000, you could buy an ounce of gold for $280 (the average price over the year). Now, it will cost you $1,125. At the time, Bonner saw what most others did not…”— Merryn Somerset Webb of The Financial Times
“…Bill Bonner, founder and president of Agora Financial, and truly one of the best financial writers of our day.” — Morgan Housel, The Motley Fool
“If you want to be informed rather than disinformed, go to the Daily Reckoning Website and sign up for the free Daily Reckoning letter. Consider buying several copies of this book (Dice Have No Memory: Big Bets & Bad Economic from Paris to the Pampas) and giving them to people who are open to actually understanding reality. They can read the book and become informed citizens, rather than disinformed sheeple. With knowledge comes power.” — Mark Lamendola of Mind Connection
“(Bill Bonner) is one of the really great writers I know, and can tell a tale with a point like few other writers. He is just so gifted. You can read him in short pleasurable bursts in the evening, or of an afternoon with a nice glass of wine.” -John Mauldin, author Endgame: The End of the Debt SuperCycle and How It Changes