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 Jim Puplava, Financial Sense, 2/11/2017
Art Hill, Senior Technical Analyst at Stockcharts.com, gives his technical outlook on stocks, including various market sectors, bonds, and commodities. In the second half, we speak to Ken Fisher of Fisher Investments on his 2017 macro outlook and why he thinks 2017 will be a better year for the stock market than last year.
By Ken Fisher, Interactive Investor, 2/7/2017
Wall Street legend Ken Fisher has a new investment idea, but buy before everyone else gets wise, he urges. As usual there are also two share tips to play the theme.
By Todd Bliman, equities.com, 2/7/2017
If you follow financial media, you can be forgiven for thinking the investment world revolves around the White House
the same way the solar system revolves around the sun. No one really knows what President Trump will do, but everyone has opinions.
By Ken Fisher, Money Observer, 2/3/2017
The world has always been a difficult place, but equity markets take calamity in their stride, argues Ken Fisher.
By Ken Fisher, Forbes, 1/19/2017
If you’re doing defense, think smaller, cheaper and diversified.
By Ken Fisher, Money Observer, 1/18/2017
Equities can, should and probably will continue annualising a higher rate of return than GDP growth. This is why that makes sense.
By Damian Ornani, Advisor Perspectives, 1/16/2017
Most years are full of surprises and 2016 did not disappoint. Markets pulled back sharply to start the year, stirring 2008 redux fears. Then came unexpected political outcomes – like the Brexit referendum and the U.S. presidential election – frightening investors again. Periods of fear and confusion are when your clients need you the most.
By Ken Fisher, Financial Times, 1/10/2017
Betting on what the new president will do is wrongheaded.
By Ken Fisher, Forbes, 1/3/2017
Just off the 26th Forbes Cruise for Investors, I noted tons of Trump talk. Generally glad he won, liking what they see, cruisers were also quite mindful they misread him all through Nov. 8 and now vacillate fast to fears their new Dr. Jekyll may morph to Mr. Hyde somehow. That’s good.
By Ken Fisher, Money Observer, 12/30/2016
Don't fear volatility, says Ken Fisher. It's not predictive; and, over time, upside volatility happens more often. Embrace it.