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About Casey Research

The Casey Research website is the online home of The Casey Report, a new financial publication which promises to teach people about the impending financial crisis and how to protect themselves from it. 

How Does It Work?

The Casey Research website and The Casey Report are written by EB Tucker and Doug Casey, two people who work for what they call the largest independent organization of financial publishers in the world which is “hardly known” to anyone except financial insiders: Agora Financial. 

These two are writing this report to warn people of an impending financial crisis in the United States and even worldwide. They say they are able to predict this crisis when others can’t, because they are watching a market that most others, including financial professionals, don’t think to watch: the Currency Market. 

The Casey Report says that the Currency Market has predicted every single important event that has happened in the financial world over the last 100 years, either good or bad. And the current shift in the Currency Market signals a downward trend, which they say will affect “the price of every single stock, commodity, and bond around the world.”

This website says that people who subscribe to their newsletter will learn the three-part plan they have created for how to protect your money during the deflationary crisis, and how to pick up prized assets and investments for pennies on the dollar after the crisis hits. 

Cost/Price Plans

Currently this website says that new customers are welcome to enroll in their Casey Report subscription for $149 for a full year, unless you are 60 years of age or older, in which case you can qualify for their Senior Discount and receive a year’s subscription for just $59. 

Purchasing this year long subscription includes three special bonuses. Casey Research's Handbook for Surviving the Coming Financial Crisis provides ideas, tips, and strategies for protecting and growing your savings, while their Gold Book provides instructions on how to make money and collect income, even through the coming economic crisis. Finally, they include their Day After Report, which is a list of investments and assets they believe will “skyrocket” after the next crisis. 

Refund Policy

The website does say that they will provide their subscribers with 60 days in which to check out their newsletter and eBooks, and if you decide for any reason that it simply isn’t for you, you can contact their Customer Service team by phone and request a refund. 

Customer Service Contact Info

Customers who would like to contact their Customer Service team with questions, concerns, or complaints is to do so by phone at 888-512-2739.


This report seems to get very positive reviews, but the vast majority (if not all) of the reviews come from affiliate and partner websites, making it difficult to know how biased or unbiased these reviews may be.

It is important for prospective customers to know that Agora Financial, the small group that “hardly anyone knows about,” is actually a very well-known group of financial publishers, one whose products Reviewopedia has covered many, many times. And a financial publishing company is not a financial services company of any kind. They are simply a company that allows pretty much anyone to publish financial articles, newsletters, and ebooks, regardless of whether they have any financial experience or understanding at all.

The Agora Financial website goes far enough to say that their work is regularly recognized by financial publications like The Wall Street Journal and The Economist, even though these websites show that there is no history of any articles referencing Agora Financial. 

All financial publishing companies provide a disclaimer about their services, making it clear that everything you read in their newsletters is opinion and should never be acted on unless you do your own due diligence and work with a professional financial advisor, and The Casey Report is no different. Customers who are interested in subscribing to their report should never act on any of their information until it is corroborated by a professional financial advisor.  

Competitors and Alternatives?

As mentioned above, Agora Financial offers many different financial products, including Penny Stock Fortunes, and there are many other companies similar to this like Stansberry Financial that publish multiple newsletters.

If you have any experience with this company or their products, please leave your Casey Research reviews below.

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Doug Casey's company scammed me!

May22, 2019

I responded to an online ad for a book and decided to buy it. During the ordering process, I kept getting new screens trying to upsell me with a better price if I bought two books, and even a better deal if I waived the guarantee for their newsletter, which had a free trial period. I declined the second book, but was charged for it anyway. I immediately contacted their customer service and explained that I had declined the extra book. They said I hadn't, and I couldn't cancel the order. I made numerous attempts to resolve this with them, and they were not willing to even refund the price they charged for the second book that I had never ordered in the first place. I will never trust Doug Casey or anything that comes from Agora Financial... they're a bunch of con artists.

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My thoughts on the various Casey Investment suggestions:

October10, 2018

I got the best advice from a link from their website. "Have at least $10,000 to invest, and, at least that much in reserve, or don't invest."

I'd b e lucky to scrape up several thousand Dollars, at best.

The one thing that I did not like about those Casey emails, was that every day, so far, I've been flooded by them. I'm old and fairly intelligent, I have everything that we need, just not a lot of free money. I never have enjoyed "fast talkers" or being rushed. I was a devout, believer and a full 10 years, then quit that church because the successful life that they promised was prevented by my tithes and offerings. I quit them, and kept my money, and am now rather close to being able to slow down.

I paid them $4.98 a week ago for a book. So far, none has been received; however, however no eta was stated. And, I will keep plugging along at what I know, as I am too old to learn new tricks!

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