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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.

ABC News,

Ken Fisher says ignore the masses to get ahead in his new book "Beat the Crowd" on Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis."

By , equities.com,

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.


Ken Fisher, Fisher Investments CEO, discusses his new book "Beat the Crowd: How You Can Out-vest the Herd by Thinking Differently."

By , The Street,

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.

NBC News,

Ken Fisher, Fisher Investments CEO, provides perspective on rising rates and the market.

By , Forbes,

Ken Fisher answers some common investing questions.

By , Financial Times,

QE in the eurozone is the wrong response to the wrong problem, but it'll be good for equities.

By , Interactive Investor,

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 , Financial Times,

Electoral gridlock is great for investors.