Meet The Team
Owner, Bill Bonner
In 1978, William Bonner created what is now known as Agora Inc. What began as a small publishing company based in Washington, DC, has grown to be one of the largest and most successful consumer newsletter publishers in the world.
Since founding Agora Inc. in 1978, Bill Bonner has worked steadily to turn it into a “minimultinational,” with publishing offices in eight different countries on six different continents.
As a personal friend of former Editor in Chief Lord Rees Mogg, Bill has always been a supporter of the values and principles The Fleet Street Letter stands for. Since taking over ownership of the publication in the early 1990s, Bill has helped preserve and protect the ideas that have made The Fleet Street Letter so successful for so long.
Bill, along with his friend and colleague Addison Wiggin, has written two New York Times Best Selling books: Financial Reckoning Day and Empire of Debt. Both works were critically acclaimed and internationally distributed. His most recent book, Hormegeddon, also hit the New York Bestseller list.
Investment Director, Charlie Morris
After a career as an officer in the Grenadier Guards, Charlie spent 17 years as the Head of Absolute Return at HSBC Global Asset Management, managing more than £3 billion in client funds.
During his time, Charlie helped both protect and grow the wealth of scores of wealthy investors. In fact – and keeping in mind that past performance is no guide to future results – between 2003 and 2015, his fund made a cumulative return of more than 100%.
To be blunt, what Charlie Morris doesn’t know about the financial markets just isn’t worth knowing. He knows how to succeed in the financial world. And now he’s sharing that insight with Fleet Street Letter readers.
He’s known and respected as a specialist on gold, crypto-currencies and momentum investing. In fact, he’s made over 200 appearances as a guest expert on various financial television programs.
In short, he’s not an ‘armchair pundit’… he’s a battle hardened investor with real experience making money in the financial markets.
Publisher, Dan Denning
Dan Denning and The Fleet Street Letter go back a long way.
Born in Colorado, in the United States, Dan has always had a huge amount of respect for the ideas and values that have made The Fleet Street Letter so successful. His belief in free markets, sound money, personal liberty and small government have underpinned everything he’s done during 18 years in the financial publishing industry.
In 1999, he began working remotely with Lord William Rees-Mogg to publish his work in America. In 2004-5 he had the privilege of working directly with him in London.
Dan left London in 2005 to build a publishing business based in Melbourne. It’s now Australia’s biggest and most respected independent financial publishing house.
But in 2015, Dan returned to London – the heart of the financial world – to relaunch The Fleet Street Letter at a critical moment in British history.