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Fisher Investments Canada writes articles and views on the markets and economy. Chairman and Director Ken Fisher, wrote a monthly “Portfolio Strategy” column for Forbes for over 30 years, making him the longest continuously running columnist in the magazine’s 90+ year history. He is also a regular contributor to several publications, including USA Today, Financial Times in the UK, Focus Money in Germany, Børsen in Denmark and De Telegraaf in the Netherlands. Ken authored 11 books, including 4 New York Times bestsellers—and has been published, interviewed and written about in publications globally. His research has been showcased in numerous scholarly journals, representing his commitment to original insight and analysis across the academic spectrum of investing. Any of the articles, books or commentary produced by the Fisher organization may be available to clients through their Investment Counselor.

China is too big to continue to grow so fast

By Melanie Loos and Ken Fisher, Handelszeitung, March 22, 2019

Switzerland would be indirectly affected if the Chinese economy continues to decline and weakens other economies that are more dependent on trade with China. However, US investor Ken Fisher sees no cause for concern and explains why China could even boost Swiss equities . The Chinese government's efforts to stimulate the economy are considered by Fisher to be effective.

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Ken Fisher: China has a Big Impact on Switzerland

By Hannah Wise and Ken Fisher, CNN Money Switzerland, March 22, 2019

Ken Fisher believes Switzerland’s economy has been strongly impacted by the slowdown in China. Nevertheless, he sees convincing signs that the Chinese economy is picking up.

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Is the Stock Market More Volatile Now Than Ever Before?

By Fisher Investments, Reuters Plus, February 26, 2019

During periods of heightened stock market volatility, some investors believe “this time around is worse than before.”

Investing in stock markets involves the risk of loss and there is no guarantee that all or any capital invested will be repaid. Past performance is no guarantee of future returns.