By Ken Fisher, Forbes, 4/13/2015
Ken Fisher answers some common investing questions.
By Ken Fisher, Financial Times, 4/10/2015
QE in the eurozone is the wrong response to the wrong problem, but it'll be good for equities.
By Ken Fisher, Interactive Investor, 4/7/2015
In a first since early 2013, non-US stocks are leading American. UK stocks are a hair ahead but eurozone shares are surging. Time to look beyond your own shores and put some money on the Continent.
By Ken Fisher, Financial Times, 3/13/2015
Electoral gridlock is great for investors.
By Fisher Investments Staff, equities.com, 3/11/2015
Rate hike fears hit fever pitch Friday, stirred by the one-two punch of a nicely positive jobs report and commentary from Richmond Fed head Jeffrey Lacker, who said June looks like high time for a hike.
By Ken Fisher, Interactive Investor, 3/10/2015
Once upon a time, when central banks cut interest rates, we called it monetary policy. Now? Every cut is a "currency war." We're told they'll spiral the world into a 1930s protectionist nightmare, killing this bull market. Don't fall for it!
By Ken Fisher, Financial Times, 2/13/2015
Buying assets with negative yield suggests a doomsday view of the world that isn't justified.
By Ken Fisher, Forbes, 2/11/2015
The elephant in our world’s living room is, simply, technology. Not only is Moore’s Law, the North Star of semiconductors, vibrant and likely intact for fully another decade, but silently other technologies are bulging, too.
By Ken Fisher, Interactive Investor, 2/6/2015
Last decade, everyone feared high oil prices would drain folks' wallets, bleed businesses and capsize global GDP. Today, oil is down over 50% since June. Brent crude closed January at $48.40/barrel. So why the heck aren't people partying?
By Ken Fisher, Money Observer, 1/30/2015
'So goes January' is a long-established popular myth that says if the first few days of January are down, the month will be too, and so will the year.