Why Read the Daily Reckoning?
The Daily Reckoning provides over half a million subscribers with literary economic perspective, global market analysis and contrarian investment ideas. In short, The Daily Reckoning shows you how to live well in uncertain times – and succeed!
Published daily in six countries and three languages, each issue delivers you a feature-length article by a senior editor from our team and a guest essay from one of many leading thinkers and internationally acclaimed economists, analysts and authors.
The honest and unconventional insights provided by Agora Financial and Daily Reckoning contributors have been recognized by numerous media sources including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Financial Times, Reuters, USA Today, FOX, ABC, Money magazine, CBS, BusinessWeek, U.S. News & World Report, The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle, Los Angeles Times and The Daily Telegraph, to name but a few…
“The Daily Reckoning is a freewheeling website for libertarians, gold bugs and doom enthusiasts of every stripe… Wiggin offer[s] up his analysis with a confident and steady aplomb. And for good reason…” — Stephen Metcalf, The New York Times Magazine.
“Wiggin and the economic brain trust at Agora Financial have been decrying deficit spending for years.” — Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun.
In circulation since 1999, over 400,000 global readers rely on the Daily Reckoning e-letter for hard-hitting economic news and market commentary. Each issue features, biting market coverage, expert commentary, and in-depth analysis… along with a warm dose of humor and some skepticism.
We pen the Daily Reckoning each day – for free — to provide you with greater understanding of how to live well in very uncertain times! Our aim is to make each article the most entertaining 15-minute read of your day.
In short, nothing about the past ten years has been boring. We could see the dot com boom and bust from a mile away… a massive expansion of credit…real estate mania and epic highs and lows in the markets. Our editors have properly called BREXIT and were one of a very few to understand and predict the election of Donald Trump – before his election shocked the world. And we have been there throughout, trying to help readers make some sense out of our global economy.