Fisher in the News
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, equities.com and more.
By Ken Fisher, Forbes, 2/10/2016
Last month I said I expected good things in 2016, not necessarily gangbusters. But I’m not disheartened by any few weeks. Markets are volatile–always have been.
By Ken Fisher, Interactive Investor, 2/9/2016
Correction aside, this bull market turns seven in March. Aging bulls are when high-quality big stocks shine, says Ken Fisher. Here are his two tips.
By Ken Fisher, Money Observer, 1/31/2016
Ken Fisher wonders why many investment professionals have such a creepy fascination with what happens in investors' bedrooms.
By Ken Fisher, Money Observer, 1/21/2016
And when it's low, it's time to go. Or is it? Ken Fisher unpacks the idea that volatility in itself indicates a buying opportunity.
By Ken Fisher, Forbes, 1/18/2016
As bulls age, buy big high-quality stocks with relatively predictable earnings.
By Ken Fisher, Financial Times, 1/14/2016
Stockpickers had a rough 2015 and should find 2016 even tougher as fewer stocks excel. To avoid snatching defeat from victory’s jaws you must fish in the right pond.
By Ken Fisher, Interactive Investor, 1/7/2016
A pause is typical of equity bull markets, and history shows they tend to bounce back sharply. Legendary investor Ken Fisher tells Interactive Investor why the UK could easily roar ahead in 2016.
By Ken Fisher, CNBC, 1/5/2016
Ken Fisher, CEO, chairman and founder of Fisher Investments who is optimistic about a bull run, advises investors to go for stocks that are "big and global, real and simple."
By Ken Fisher, Money Observer, 12/30/2015
You never want to fall in permanent love with one investment style, size, category or sector, says Ken Fisher, because leadership rotates.