Addison Wiggin’s work has been talked about by the Wall Street Journal, The Economist, New York Times, New York Times Magazine, Reuters, BusinessWeek, US News & World Report, Washington Times, Washington Post, Baltimore Sun, Chicago Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle, Los Angeles Times, The Daily Telegraph, and others.
View a selection of Addison’s published work, including pieces from his own, Demise of the Dollar…And Why It’s Even Better for Your Investments, Chris Mayer’s Invest Like a Dealmaker: Secrets From a Former Banking Insider, The Daily Reckoning, The 5 Min. Forecast and more.
ADDISON WIGGININ THE NEWS
We’re Reflating A Bust Bubble
In an interview with DNA India, Addison Wiggin describes why the yellow metal still rules, discusses the devastating effects of a dollar alternative, and where he see the next bubbles…
Financial Reckoning Day Fallout
Addison Wiggin talks to Brian Sullivan, from FOX Business News, about his new book, Financial Reckoning Day Fallout, and what to expect from the economy in the years ahead.
The New York Times Magazine: Beliveing [and Belivling and Beliving] In Bullion
The Daily Reckoning is a freewheeling Web site for libertarians, gold bugs and doom enthusiasts of every stripe. Its editorial director is Addison Wiggin, and before we met, I pictured an “Addison Wiggin” as an ancient gold-hoarding Yankee, and the offices of The Daily Reckoning as a cinder-block bunker patrolled by minutemen. I was wrong on both counts.
Indebted Ever After
A private-equity billionaire, a former federal government official and a Baltimore newsletter editor have made a documentary film that they hope can do what an endless parade of policy papers has not: Persuade Americans that debt has created a looming economic crisis that would make the Great Depression look like a market correction.
The Death of the Dollar
Wiggin’s view of the re-education of Alan Greenspan is decidedly uncharitable: They think he had it right in the first place, contending that the end result of our government’s debasing of the dollar and Americans’ irrational consumerism can only end in total disaster.
Roger Ebert: I.O.U.S.A. | 3.5 Stars!
…it accomplishes an amazing thing. It explains the national debt, the foreign trade deficit, the decrease in personal savings, how the prime interest rate works, and the weakness of our leaders.
Seeking Alpha: I.O.U.S.A. Movie Is Well-Done and Informative
I enjoyed the movie and highly recommend it…the movie was well-done and informative, and the town hall disccussion was a useful add-on. Go see “I.O.U.S.A.”