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Founder Ken Fisher’s “Portfolio Strategy” column for Forbes ran from 1984 through 2016, making him the longest continually running columnist in the magazine’s history.
Ken started writing for Forbes in 1984, the same year he gained international attention for his book, Super Stocks, which popularised the price-to-sales ratio. His writing for Forbes was commemorated in a book published by Wiley in 2010, the Making of a Market Guru: Forbes Presents 25 Years of Ken Fisher.
In his monthly columns, Ken shared his views on investments, the economy, financial planning, and current events—essentially anything that may impact global markets.
View a list of Ken Fisher’s Forbes columns dating back to 2007.
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