Nomi PrinsNomi Prins

Nomi Prins is a renowned journalist, author and speaker. Her latest book, Collusion: How Central Banks Rigged the World is an expose into the 2007-2008 financial crisis and how the influence of central bankers triggered a massive shift in the world order. Her last book, All the Presidents' Bankers, is a groundbreaking narrative about the relationships of presidents to key bankers over the past century and how they impacted domestic and foreign policy. Her other books include a historical novel about the 1929 crash, Black Tuesday, and the hard-hitting expose It Takes a Pillage: Behind the Bonuses, Bailouts, and Backroom Deals from Washington to Wall Street (Wiley,2009/2010). She is also the author of Other People’s Money: The Corporate Mugging of America (The New Press, 2004) which was chosen as a Best Book of 2004 by The Economist, Barron's and The Library Journal, and Jacked (Polipoint Press, 2006).

She has appeared on numerous TV programs: internationally for BBC, RtTV, and nationally for CNN, CNBC, MSNBC, CSPAN, Democracy Now, Fox and PBS. She has been featured on hundreds of radio shows globally including for CNNRadio, Marketplace, NPR, BBC, and Canadian Programming. She has featured in numerous documentaries shot by international production companies, alongside prominent thought-leaders, and Nobel Prize winners.

She is a Forbes contributor. Her writing has been featured in The New York Times, Forbes, Fortune, Newsday, Mother Jones, Truthdig, The Guardian, The Nation, Alternet, NY Daily News, LaVanguardia, and other publications.

Her engaging key-note speeches are thoughtfully tailored, and she has spoken at numerous venues including at the Federal Reserve / IMF / World Bank Annual global central bank conference, the Purdue University/Sinai Forum, University of Wisconsin Eau Claire Forum, Ohio State University Law School, Columbia University, Pepperdine Graduate School of Business, Manhattan College, National Consumer Law Center, Environmental Grantmakers Association, Sprott’s Gold Symposium, NASS Spinal Surgeons Conference, and the Mexican Senate.

She was a member of Senator (and presidential contender) Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Federal Reserve Reform Advisory Council, and is listed as one of America's TopWonks. She is on the advisory board of the whistle-blowing organization ExposeFacts, and a board member of animal welfare and wildlife conservation group, Born Free USA.

Nomi received her BS in Math from SUNY Purchase, and MS in Statistics from New York University, where she completed all required coursework for a PhD in Statistics. Before becoming a journalist, Nomi worked on Wall Street as a managing director at Goldman Sachs, ran the international analytics group as a senior managing director at Bear Stearns in London, and worked as a strategist at Lehman Brothers and an analyst at the Chase Manhattan Bank.

She is currently a Distinguished Senior Fellow at the non-partisan public policy think-tank, Demos.

Dark Money Buy: Trade Wall Street’s Top Bank to Triple Your Money

News of the Federal Reserve injecting trillions into Wall Street to use for short-term loans reminds many of the liquidity crisis of 2008. This could mean that banks are not as solvent as they appear and the Fed is once more coming to the rescue. Using our Dark Money Monitor, Nomi and Dan select Wall Street’s largest bank as a new play to take advantage of this new infusion of cash for lending along with an anticipated favorable earnings report coming for a spike in its share price.

China Says Not So Fast on a Trade Deal… The Fed’s Holiday Gift: Even More Dark Money… And More!

Dear Dark Money Millionaire, Here are five articles I recommend you review this week in the worlds of economics, geopolitics and finance. I. China Says Not So Fast on a Trade Deal This past Sunday, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said phase one of the trade deal with China is “totally done, absolutely.” As this...

Dark Money Millionaires Portfolio Update for Dec. 12

The final FOMC meeting of the year ended on Wednesday and rates were left unchanged. In fact, the Fed gave indications of no rate changes in 2020. The central bank’s economic outlook was unchanged for the most part from the last report in September. We expect more dark money to be injected into markets going into next year as we anticipate further news on the ongoing trade war saga. For now, read on for our latest thoughts on all open positions, including one buy moved to a hold in this month’s update.