By Ken Fisher, Forbes, 5/25/2015
Continuing last month’s format, Ken Fisher answers common investor questions from this month.
By Ken Fisher, Money Observer, 5/20/2015
Age is one factor in asset allocation, but considerations such as your cash flow requirements and timescale also have a key role to play.
By Ken Fisher, Money Observer, 5/6/2015
Everybody's heard the adage, 'sell in May and go away'. Hopefully, most people ignore it. Its message is that summer is a bad time for stocks, so you can safely sell in May, let stocks drift lower and buy back in the autumn. It's also very wrong and financially bad advice.
By Ken Fisher, Interactive Investor, 5/5/2015
Straitjacket. Drag. Threat. Pundits have used these and other fearful words to describe the rising pound's impact on Britain's economy and stocks. Sterling is now near its highest level of this cycle. Time to panic?
ABC News, 4/23/2015
Ken Fisher says ignore the masses to get ahead in his new book "Beat the Crowd" on Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis."
By Fisher Investments Staff, equities.com, 4/23/2015
With UK elections approaching and the 2016 US presidential campaigning kicking off, headlines on both sides of the Atlantic are rife with speculation over which parties and candidates are “good” for stocks. Don’t let any of it sucker you: Stocks have zero party preference.
It seems all investors are worrying about something these days. The Fed rate hike, Greece, the strong U.S. dollar, China's slowdown. The list goes on.
The Street, 4/21/2015
Most investors think that a smart contrarian play is to head in the opposite direction of the market, but the best way to outperform the herd is to head where there is no herd at all, said Ken Fisher, author of 'Beat the Crowd.'
Ken Fisher, Fisher Investments CEO, discusses his new book "Beat the Crowd: How You Can Out-vest the Herd by Thinking Differently."
By Brent Kenwell, The Street, 4/21/2015
Investing with the herd can get investors into trouble, by buying into an asset or stock right near the top before an inevitable pullback. But investing with the anti-herd, or those that are purposely contrarian for the sole purpose of taking the opposite side, can lead to just as much demise.