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Empiricus Produces Global Newsletters

by Chris Holden - August 27th, 2019.
Filed under: Capital Management, Data Analysis, Financial Publications.


Empiricus is a company that specializes in selling newsletters. It is based on an agreement between an American company called The Agora and three Brazilian enterprenuers. They are Caio Mesquita, Felipe Miranda, and Rodolfo Amstalden. They have over 180,000 subscribers for their newsletters.

Empiricus received attention after producing a video called “The End of Brazil 2014”. It was produced to be used on social media and Google advertising. Their film predicted a bad outcome for the economy of Brazil under the policies of Dilma Roussef’s. Their promotional or marketing strategies uses ads from Google and social media outlets. They often use themes about politics to attract customers.

Empiricus free newsletters and monthly subscriptions. The Agora company was founded in 1978 and is based in Baltimore. They have publications in health, business, travel, and other topics. The Empiricus Research company has 200 to 500 employees and is located in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

The Agora Company has more than 40 businesses around the world with openness to alternative ideas. They produced this year over 300 publications or newsletters. These publications have reached over 4 million people around the globe. Some of the categories of these newsletters covered are investing, energy, international living, and retirement. Find More Information Here.

The owners Caio Mesquita worked in the financial field before creating this company. Felipe Miranda was a professor at FGV a higher education institution in Brazil. Rodolfo Amstalden worked at International Paper as a consultant.They are partners at Sextus a company that works with the The Agora Company and Empiricus Research in the financial newsletter markets.


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