Agora Financial Publications Can Help You Be Independent With Your Finances
Everybody wants to have enough saved up to live a comfortable retirement, but most people aren’t financial experts. Trying to invest money on your own can be difficult and frustrating. Even hiring a professional can be risky; you can’t be sure if they’re only trying to chase a commission. That’s where Agora Financial comes in to help you make sound investing decisions.
Since 1984, The Agora Inc. has been publishing investing literature and allowing readers to depend on their uncanny financial predictions. In the last decade alone, Agora Financial predicted the increased prices of gold and oil, the 2008 mortgage crisis, and breakthroughs in medicine, allowing readers to make early lucrative investments and avoid financial disasters.
The publisher currently offers over 35 independently researched free and paid publications covering topics that include geopolitics and currencies, high-growth opportunities, monthly income generators, reserves, short-term and trend trading, and world-changing technologies. In addition to financial publications, Agora Financial also educates through films and seminars.
The staff of Agora Financial is made up of highly educated analysts who work hard to stay ahead of trends. The publisher spends over $1 million annually on analysts’ travel and research. The highly professional team at Agora Financial includes renowned bankers, investors, journalists, scientists, and philanthropists. This includes Addison Wiggin, a three-time New York Times bestselling author and award-winning filmmaker of the documentary I.O.U.S.A.
Agora Financial’s parent company, The Agora Inc., was established in 1979 as a publisher that viewed itself as a “marketplace of ideas” and has been located in the Historic Mount Vernon area of Baltimore, Maryland for over two decades. The publisher is renowned for its analysts’ ability to predict financial trends, and has received coverage by such news organizations as The Economist, Financial Times, and The Wall Street Journal.