By Fisher Investments Canada, Financial Post, July 17, 2018
Although economic and political events frequently seem to dominate financial news headlines, we believe investor sentiment—and how it compares to reality—is key to anticipating markets’ probable direction.
By Ken Fisher, USA Today, July 15, 2018
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By Damian Ornani, Investment News, July 10, 2018
With market volatility picking up in 2018, explain to clients that markets aren't serially correlated and shouldn't inspire fear or actions that jeopardize long-term goals.
USA Today, July 8, 2018
Is a 401(k) loan a good idea? How can I change my plan's investments? These and other questions are answered.
By Bruce Love, Financial Advisor IQ, July 5, 2018
Broker-dealers who are transaction-based are largely concerned with executing the client’s trade, whereas RIAs concern themselves more with the management of a client’s investment portfolio, consumer advocates say.
By Ken Fisher, CNBC, July 5, 2018
Ken Fisher of Fisher Investments says most of the planned tariffs across the globe, if implemented, will likely "never, ever, ever be paid" due to substitution effects.
By Ken Fisher, USA Today, July 1, 2018
401(k)s are great for saving for retirement. But they’re quirky. Even the most seasoned savers have questions. Here are seven that my firm’s 401(k) division gets asked regularly – with answers.
By Fisher Investments Canada, Calgary Herald, June 28, 2018
Are the U.S. and eurozone engaged in a quiet currency war—an intentional competition to weaken their currencies relative to each other?
By Damian Ornani, Trustnet, June 28, 2018
Damian Ornani, chief executive officer of Fisher Investments, explains why it's important that advisers talk to clients about the latest developments in markets.
By Hannah Wise and Ken Fisher, CNN Money Switzerland, June 28, 2018
Investors are still waiting for clear signals from European central banks for interest rates to rise. According to Ken Fisher, U.S. investment analyst and founder of Fisher Investments, we could see economic growth following a rate hike. This would not only help Swiss banks to increase profits but also give a boost to companies that need more access to capital.