Agora Financial Company was founded in 1979 and is based in Baltimore, Maryland. It is a subsidiary of the parent company named The Agora, and it was founded by Bill Bonner. The company is a leading financial corporation that publishes and produces a number of publications in print and email, such as books, conferences, all aimed at advising its readers on financial matters, predicting market behavior and trends on stocks, energy, emerging technologies and so forth.Agora Financial Company boasts of being the “leading innovator in the financial industry around the globe.” Their work has been recognized by renowned publications such as the Washington Post, the Economist, Reuters, Financial Times, Los Angeles Times, the Daily Telegraph and many more.
Agora Financial Company hosts a yearly Agora Financial Investment Symposium in Vancouver, British Columbia. It is considered one of the company’s largest events as it brings together a large audience as well as a significant number of speakers. In panels, debates and general conferences, these speakers analyze contemporary and upcoming financial trends and market behavior. Each of these annual symposiums has a specific theme, for instance, the theme for the 2013 symposium was “A Tale of Two Americas.”As mentioned earlier, Agora Financial involves publishing. Some of its flagship publications include Breakthrough Technology Alert which informs readers about investment trends in the technology industry.
Capital and Crisis is a newsletter that delves into issues of global value investment; Daily Reckoning is a daily publication exploring ideas on investment, analyzing the market and addressing issues of economy, and, Options Hotline is a publication looking into possible chances of investment in stock markets.Agora Financial gives unbiased and rather independent reporting on investment opportunities, financial news and market analyses to its customers to ensure that they make sound financial decisions. According to their website, their news, publications, and editors are independent in that they do not accept bribes of any kind from corporations to favor their products or stocks. The editors of their publications are also not afraid to make bold predictions, as customer satisfaction and success are of utmost importance to Agora.