General

The Sirius Report is a website created by Paul and his wife Lisa, with the aim of providing analysis and an alternative perspective on current affairs and global events that we believe are shaping a new political, economic and social paradigm in the 21st century. We are fully self-funded, not backed by or affiliated with any private or state entities.

You can read a little bit about Paul’s background on our About page. For privacy reasons, Paul prefers not to be known by his real name. He also feels that the primary focus should be on his work rather than on his identity.

You can send any questions or feedback through our contact form and we will try to respond to your query as quickly as possible.

If you are not receiving e-mails, this may be because you have not confirmed your sign-up via the confirmation e-mail or because our e-mails have ended up in your spam box.

We are not legally qualified to give investment advice and any information contained on this website is for educational purposes only. Please read our Disclaimer for more information.

If you have a specific query that you would like to be addressed in a one-on-one conversation with Paul, please send us an email and we will take a look at your request. Due to time constraints, it may not always be possible to facilitate this but we will do our best.

My Account

Please be aware that passwords are case sensitive. If you are still unable to log in, please contact us by explaining in detail what happens when you try to log in and we will look into it for you.

You can change your password when you are logged into your account by clicking “My Account” under the “Account” tab in the top navigation menu and clicking “change password”.

If you are notified that your account has been locked, please get in touch and we can unlock it for you.

To edit your profile details, log in to your account and click “profile” under the “Account” tab in the top navigation menu. Please note that usernames cannot be changed.

Payment

Payments are made using Paypal, credit/debit card or wire transfer. If you would like to pay by wire transfer, please send us an e-mail and we will provide you with the appropriate details. We are currently only able to receive wire transfers in USD, GBP, EUR and AUD.

If you wish to switch to a different payment method, you will need to cancel your existing payments and re-register with the new payment method. Please make sure only to do this right before your next payment is due, otherwise you risk being charged twice in the same month.

To update your billing information for PayPal or credit/debit card payments, navigate to the “Account” tab in the top navigation menu and click “billing information”. If you are paying by wire transfer and you are switching to a bank account under a different name, please notify us of this change so that we know it’s you.

Yes, you can now subscribe for 12 months and you even get 1 month free! Click here to register.

To download your invoices, simply log in with your account details and navigate to the “My Account” tab in the top navigation menu. Click on “invoices”.

Premium Content

In our podcast series we provide exclusive analysis on current financial and geopolitical events that are leading us toward a new multipolar world paradigm. If you register you will get five new podcast episodes a week, equaling roughly 100 minutes of content per week. You will also have full and continuous access to all previous podcast episodes, going back to October 2016.

We may release what we term “double” podcasts, which is a podcast the length of two episodes, typically 40 minutes long. This does not change the amount of content you get each week, but it gives us a bit of flexibility in when we release podcasts and helps us to be more reactionary to ongoing events.

No, the information provided in our podcast series is exclusive to our paid members and we do our best to keep it that way. The information we provide elsewhere as free content is meant to be complementary to our podcast service and does not provide the in-depth analysis that we provide in our podcasts.

Unfortunately we are unable to provide transcripts at this time as it would be too time consuming for us to do so. However, subtitles are available on each video.

If you would like to sign up for our podcast service, you can register here.

To cancel your subscription, you can simply log in with your membership details and click on “cancel membership” under the “Account” tab in the top navigation bar.

Please do not attempt to cancel your subscription by withdrawing/changing your billing information as our website will not recognise this as a cancellation and billing attempts will continue each month until you cancel by following the instructions above.

To read our full cancellation policy, please click here. If you have any questions about cancelling or are unable to cancel your membership by following the instructions above, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you.

Yes. If you wish to gift a subscription to someone, please get in touch via our contact form and we will help you to set this up.

If you are having trouble playing the podcasts or the video gets cut off, please make sure your browser is fully up to date and you meet Vimeo’s system requirements. You can read about Vimeo’s system requirements here. If you are using Brave, please consider switching to a different browser for listening to the podcasts, as it has been known to cause problems with Vimeo. If the problem still persists, please contact us and we will provide you with alternative access to the podcasts.

Yes, you can download the podcasts for offline listening. Click here for a handy how-to guide on how to download the podcasts on different devices.

We realise that in the current economic climate not everyone may have the resources to pay a monthly subscription fee and we hope that by keeping our prices low, we can make our services affordable for most people.

Absolutely not!

We are currently not able to offer our podcasts through those platforms. Podcast apps like Apple, Spotify and Google Podcasts are generally built for free, publicly accessible podcasts. Some of those platforms do have an option to offer subscription-based content, however, they tend to take relatively large commission fees, which means we would have to significantly raise our subscription price. We also want to reduce our reliance on such third-party platforms as much as possible.

We do understand that many subscribers would prefer to listen to podcasts via a podcast app and we are therefore looking into other ways to make this happen. However, we can’t make any promises at this point that we will be able to offer this feature anytime soon.