Publisher, Bill Bonner’s Diary
Bill Bonner founded The Agora in 1978. Since then, it has grown into one of the largest independent newsletter publishing companies in the world.
Bill also co-wrote two New York Times bestselling books, Financial Reckoning Day and Empire of Debt. His latest book, Hormegeddon, describes what happens when you get too much of a good thing in the sphere of public policy, economics and business.
In his daily newsletter, Bill Bonner’s Diary, Bill shares his decades of accrued knowledge about history, politics, society, finance, and economics. Sometimes funny, sometimes frightening – you’ll find his pieces always entertaining and packed with useful insight.
Will is the eldest of Bill’s six children. He has been with the family business for almost all of his working life.
In 2007, Will opened Agora’s Argentina office and launched Agora’s first foray in to the Spanish-speaking investment advisory market.
Will is the executive director of Bonner & Partners and writes regularly about family governance.
Chris started his career as a commodities and energy analyst for the global financial news agency Reuters. He also worked as an investigative reporter during the Celtic Tiger boom in his native Dublin.
Chris later realized it was more lucrative to apply his investigative skills to the markets. He has been working as a financial analyst with Agora since 2007.
He now splits his time between Buenos Aires and Berlin.
Editor, Exponential Tech Investor and The Near Future Report
Jeff Brown is a high-technology executive with 25 years of experience.
And that’s helped make him successful at identifying tech companies that are well-positioned for exponential growth.
As an active angel investor in early-stage technology companies, he has access to information the public never sees. He is on the front line, in the field, seeing things months, if not years, before the mass market becomes aware.
Jeff has a wide range of technology industry experience. From semiconductors to mobility, to broadcasting and video technology, to technology infrastructure, to IT networking, to IT security, to automotive and even consumer electronics… He’s done it all.
He built early-stage startups and ran organizations generating hundreds of millions of dollars in annual revenues. And now he shares that knowledge and experience with readers of his Exponential Tech Investor investment advisory.
Though he was born, educated, and started his career in America, he spent the last two decades living and working in international markets. That gives him a unique global perspective on business and investing and in analysis.
His two investment services are The Near Future Report and Exponential Tech Investor.
The Near Future Report focuses on identifying, and profiting from, world-changing trends on the verge of mass adoption.
The mission of Exponential Tech Investor is to identify small- or even micro-capitalization technology stocks that have the potential to become the next Apple, Facebook, or Microsoft.
Jeff earned his Bachelor of Science in aeronautical and astronautical engineering from Purdue University – one of the top schools in its field. He also earned his Master of Science in management, major in corporate finance, at the London Business School.
Chief Investment Strategist, Bonner Private Portfolio and Chris Mayer’s Focus
Chris learned the art of valuing companies the hard way – clocking a decade as a corporate banker while also earning his MBA.
After 11 years with Agora Financial – during which he wrote two very successful research letters – Chris joined Bonner & Partners to develop a first-of-its-kind investment advisory. Launched in April 2016, Bonner Private Portfolio is the only trading service ever to be actively followed by Bill Bonner. In fact, Bill’s family trust has committed to invest $5 million in Chris’s model portfolio.
Chris’s latest project, Chris Mayer’s Focus, provides in-depth, hedge-fund quality analysis on small-cap stocks with the potential to become huge stock-market winners. We’re talking about the next Starbucks, Apple, or Berkshire Hathaway. Focus closely follows the strategy Chris uses to invest his own money.
Chris has been quoted many times by MarketWatch and has been a guest on Forbes on Fox, Fox Business, CNN Radio and Russia Today TV, and has made multiple CNBC and radio appearances. He’s also contributed to The Washington Post. Chris travels the world looking for great ideas and insights for his readers.
Chris also shares his investing wisdom through books. His first, Invest Like a Dealmaker: Secrets From a Former Banking Insider, covers time-tested, essential principles of investing. World Right Side Up: Investing Across Six Continents takes you on a round-the-world journey from Brazilian farmlands to Dubai’s gold souks, from Chinese shopping malls to South African markets. His newest book, 100 Baggers: Stocks That Return 100-to-1 and How to Find Them, teaches readers all the key characteristics of companies that return $100 for every $1 invested.
After two decades of investing, Chris developed a proprietary CODE system – an investment strategy he used to outperform not only the S&P 500, but also legendary investors like Warren Buffett, Carl Icahn, John Paulson, and David Einhorn for 10 years straight.
Coauthor, The Bill Bonner Letter
Dan Denning is the coauthor of The Bill Bonner Letter. Every month, he and Bill pen their contrarian thinking to provide insights you won’t find anywhere else.
Before joining Bonner & Partners, Dan was a founder of Southbank Investment Research, the leading independent financial publisher in the UK. Dan is also the author of the 2005 book, The Bull Hunter.
Dan Denning’s belief in free markets, sound money, personal liberty, and small government have underpinned everything he’s done during his 18 years in the financial publishing industry.