By Fisher Investments, PR Newswire, 26-09-2022
Fisher Investments, one of the world's largest independent, fee-only investment advisers, was named to The Oregonian's list of Top Workplaces in Oregon and SW Washington for the sixth consecutive year.
By Ken Fisher, The Globe and Mail, 22-09-2022
The Bank of Canada’s rate hikes, galloping inflation despite plunging housing prices, fading commodity tailwinds - these and more have commentators shrieking recession looms, dooming the TSX. Think again.
By Ken Fisher, Real Clear Markets, 12-09-2022
Fastest in 40 years! Stagflation! A 1970s redux! Inflation has dominated headlines all year, majorly contributing to 2022’s unusual, sentiment-driven bear market.
By Fisher Investments, Reuters, 12-09-2022
Fisher Investments challenges investors to rethink whether they are immune to presuming past returns predict the future.
By Fisher Investments Canada, Financial Post, 02-09-2022
Fisher Investments Canada discusses how investors can incorporate sentiment gauges in their portfolio decision-making.
By Fisher Investments, Reuters, 01-09-2022
Fisher Investments knows that many investors believe their portfolio is adequately diversified, but are they really right?
By Fisher Investments Canada, The Globe and Mail, 01-09-2022
Fisher Investments Canada discusses how can investors use data like GDP, retail sales and industrial production to their advantage.
By Aaron Anderson, CNBC, 30-08-2022
Aaron Anderson, senior vice president of research at Fisher Investments, says "the Fed is really creating a lot of uncertainty with its communication over the course of the past few meetings, and that's what the market is grappling with right now."
By Ken Fisher, LinkedIn, 24-08-2022
Midterms are coming—hooray! No, I haven’t fully lost my marbles. Voters may hate the shrill rhetoric US midterm elections bring—perhaps particularly this year as Supreme Court fallout and Mar-a-Lago mysteries fuel bipartisan fury. But November’s raucous races are a secret stock market force hiding in plain sight. They routinely deliver gridlocked, do-nothing governments—turbocharging stocks. Here is why midterms should help buoy markets en route to a prolonged market recovery as 2022 rolls on.
By Aaron Anderson, Reuters, 22-08-2022
Financials - long beaten down by low interest rates and market volatility - could soon enjoy a new dawn, according to Fisher Investments' Aaron Anderson.