Awards & Recognition for Ken Fisher, Fisher Investments and its Affiliates

We believe our flexible investment approach, global expertise, competitive fee structure, and commitment to offer unparalleled client service are some of the features that set Fisher Investments apart. But don’t just take it from us. Find out why we’ve been recognized as a top financial adviser by several industry publications.

Fisher Investments

A Top 10 US-Based RIA

InvestmentNews

In 2018, Fisher Investments was named one of InvestmentNews’ Top 10 US-based, fee-only Registered Investment Advisers (RIAs). Fisher Investments ranks #2 on its RIA List.

A Top Adviser

Financial Times

Fisher Investments was recognised on the Financial Times’ 2020 Top 300 investment advisers list for the seventh consecutive year. 2020 also marks the seventh annual FT 300 list, which aims to recognise the industry's elite investment adviser firms in the United States.

One of World's Largest Money Managers

Pensions & Investments

In June 2020, Fisher Investments was ranked #141 on the Pensions and Investments list of the World’s 500 largest money managers.

Ken Fisher

A Top 30 Most Influential Advisor

Investment Advisor

In 2010, Ken was recognised by Investment Advisor as one of the most influential people in building the independent advisor profession over the past 30 years. A year later, he was included on Investment Advisor’s annual list of the 25 most influential people in and around the adviser universe

Longest Continuous Running Forbes Columnist

Forbes

Ken Fisher’s “Portfolio Strategy” column for Forbes ran from 1984 to 2016, making him the longest continually running columnist in the magazine’s 90+ year history.

New York Times Bestseller

The New York Times

Ken is the author of 11 books, including 4 New York Times best sellers: The Only Three Questions That Count (2006), The Ten Roads to Riches (2008), How to Smell a Rat (2009) and Debunkery(2010).

Bernstien Faboozi Jacobs Levy-Award

The Journal of Portfolio Management

Ken received the prestigious Bernstein Faboozi/Jacobs Levy Award for “outstanding article” in Fall 2000. His article was considered amongst all articles published in four issues of the journal from Fall 2000 to Summer 2001 and awarded based on votes by a selected panel.

AAII 40

AAII

Price-Sales Ratios: A New Tool for Measuring Stock Popularity” was selected as one of 40 influential investment education articles from the publication’s past. These from-the-vault, hand-curated articles are of value because each one imparts a timeless investment process or lesson.

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