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Fisher Investments is a well-known name in financial news and literature. CEO 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, Real Clear Markets and more.

By , Forbes,

Look for normalcy and you'll be better served.

By , Money Observer,

Using price/earnings ratios to forecast risk and return over any time period is about as useful as using an Ouija board, says Ken Fisher.

By , Forbes,

I’ve turned up a 155-year indicator that suggests Hillary Clinton will not be elected next year–and offers some interesting perspective as to the market direction in 2016 and 2017.


Tips on making it as an investor from Ken Fisher, the fund manager who started with $250 and is now a billionaire.


Ken Fisher, founder and CEO of Fisher Investments, says markets rarely think beyond short-term events.

By , Interactive Investor,

Don't waste much brain power on inflation data for the next several months. Oil's wild swings render the annual rate largely meaningless.

By , Money Observer,

Pound-cost averaging (PCA) involves investing periodically, a little at a time. But isn't that what you do with your pension and regular share savings schemes - put away a little each month, ideally using your full allowance each year?

By , The Motley Fool,

There are several valuable lessons we can learn from how Ken Fisher built his net worth (and how he's made money for thousands of other people as well).

By , Financial Times,

Want to hear something wondrous? In my January 2013 column on investor sentiment, I wrote: “Cud-chewing investors remain sceptical, as the late stock investor Sir John Templeton once said: ‘Bull markets are born on pessimism, grow on scepticism, mature on optimism and die on euphoria.' Investors aren’t overly pessimistic, but they’re still sceptical. There is certainly little optimism and no euphoria."

By , equities.com,

As was widely expected, the second estimate of US Q1 2015 GDP flipped the initially reported slight growth (0.2% seasonally adjusted annual rate) to a small contraction (-0.7%). This was actually less of a dip than the -0.9% read analysts expected, but a dip nonetheless.