Fisher in the News
Fisher Investments is a well-known name in financial news and literature. Founder and Executive Chairman Ken Fisher has written a monthly column for Forbes magazine for 30 years, and frequently appears in the financial media, including Bloomberg TV and CNBC. Ken Fisher's views along with Fisher Investments’ research have been showcased across the US, Britain, Germany and beyond. Members of Fisher Investments’ editorial and research staff regularly contribute to our daily market and financial commentary website, MarketMinder.com and to other financial publications including Investor’s Business Daily, The Street, equities.com and more.
By Ken Fisher, Money Observer, 8/15/2016
The statistical quirk that sees stock markets have been positive every year ending in 'five' since 1926 is just that, says Ken Fisher.
By Ken Fisher, Forbes, 8/3/2016
In bull markets, big tech stocks run in spurts. Several giants are now on the way up.
By Ken Fisher, Interactive Investor, 7/26/2016
Investing legend Ken Fisher explains why the election of Donald Trump would not hurt equity markets, and names two great stocks to own.
By Ken Fisher, Focus , 7/22/2016
Machen Sie sich Sorgen wegen der US-Wahlen? Die Amerikaner ebenfalls! Die Republikaner haben Angst vor Hillary Clinton. Die Demokraten haben Angst vor Donald Trump. Dabei können beide viel weniger, als man denkt - das ist gut für die Aktienkurse.
By Ken Fisher, Money Observer, 7/13/2016
The word 'deficit' shares a Latin root with 'deficient', but when it comes to trade, deficits aren't deficient, says Ken Fisher.
By Ken Fisher, Financial Times, 7/7/2016
Invisible poor in Europe and the US send a message.
By Ken Fisher, Forbes, 7/6/2016
Two new political reasons why stocks will likely exceed expectations straight ahead.
By Ken Fisher, Interactive Investor, 6/30/2016
Evaluating media makes you a better investor, argues Ken Fisher.
investment legend also names two great stocks to own as this bull market keeps running.
By Ken Fisher, TheStreet, 6/28/2016
Great Britain's decision to leave the European Union may alter the way Europe does business, but U.S. investors should not view it as a complete game changer.
By Ken Fisher, CNBC, 6/23/2016
Even with a Brexit, there's little downside for markets as the process would take years, says Fisher Investments' Ken Fisher.