Angel Publishing examines and provides ideas and strategies for our readers on finance, markets, human nature, and obscure financial trends. Whether core ideas about markets, capital and wealth building, or frank discussion on health, culture, travel and the world, our philosophy is one of limited government, free markets, unrestricted freedom of speech and thought, and a celebration and defense of individual liberty.
It sounds appealing enough, but this philosophy is practically as extinct in today's world as the dodo bird.
You see, a brief look at the history of ideas shows clear patterns in the nature of man — patterns we see even today... patterns that can serve as a beacon, even in what may seem uncharted territory.
However, today's ruling and intellectual elite — whether in Washington D.C. or Wall Street — either fail to see these patterns, or pretentiously dismiss them as relics of a previous generation that can be modified and quickly changed as easily as you can change a light bulb.
But like all complex systems, it isn't that simple...
The current foreign and monetary policies of the American Government are glaring examples of this flawed logic.
For example, in the aftermath of 9/11, we were told by the Government's philosophical high priests — the neoconservatives — that they had a grand vision for the rest of the world: They wanted to spread democracy and freedom from Borneo to Timbuktu.
Sounds like a great idea, right?
Well, yes. But like most self-proclaimed "great ideas," it's high on dreams and short on reality. And that's the problem with the orthodoxy of ideas coming from institutions like the American Government and Wall Street.
Whether it's the War on Terror, the War on Drugs or the War on Poverty — or financial engineering by the Federal Reserve, which led much of America into an epic housing boom and bust — these social and financial experiments fail because they overestimate or underestimate human nature.
But trying to change the minds of the establishment — even after failure is proven — is futile.
Birds have to fly; fish have to swim... Governments have to solve social problems.
Pick your poison — regime change, income redistribution, social welfare programs, progressive tax policies, government managed economies, the Patriot Act — these policies are nothing more than arrogance, envy, and elitist conceit cloaked in altruism. As James Madison wrote in Federalist No. 10, "The cure is worse than the disease."
And that's what we consider to be the greatest threat to your liberty and wealth: the current busybody, know-it-all culture continuing its efforts to change society, even change the world, through delusional and Draconian measures.
Man vs. Government
We prefer to keep it simple: We believe in the power of the individual.
We believe people — when allowed to freely think, create, discover, experiment, and even fail — can achieve great things.
We believe that when people are left alone — when Government leaves you alone — and when governments leave each other alone, the better off you are.
It's not a coincidence that the first Angel offices resided in a historic Baltimore carriage house that once served as a bootlegger's depot during Prohibition...
With an undying spirit of raw individualism and free markets engraved in the brick walls of our building from days past, our researchers and analysts produce some of the best unconventional moneymaking strategies available to the individual investor.
For instance, in 2004 we launched the renowned Green Chip Stocks service, an investment advisory dedicated to profiting from the $22 trillion renewable and alternative energy transition. That service has knocked double- and triple-baggers out of the park for years.
We continue to be well ahead of the curve with regards to our investment foresight.
With that, we welcome you to Angel Publishing.