By Fisher Investments UK, Citywire, 13/06/2019
In our view, markets move most on the gap between reality and folks’ emotions or expectations about reality—sentiment, broadly. Today, we think quantitative and qualitative measures of sentiment suggest investors are increasingly dour about the eurozone’s prospects.
By Fisher Investments UK, Spectator, 07/06/2019
Many investors, whether retired or not, rely on cash from their investment portfolios at some point.
By Hannah Wise and Ken Fisher, CNN Money Switzerland, 27/05/2019
Analyst Ken Fisher tells Hannah Wise why he thinks negative interest rates are “stupid” and also gives his opinion on the Swiss National Bank’s policy.
By Michael Hanson, Yahoo! Finance, 24/05/2019
As political uncertainty continues across the board, Theresa May is planning to resign as U.K. Prime Minster. Yahoo Finance Alexis Christoforous and Brian Sozzi discuss how it'll impact the markets with Fisher Investments' SVP of Research, Mike Hanson.
By Ken Fisher, Financial Times, 15/05/2019
Fears of a US-China trade war are overdone
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By Fisher Investments UK, Spectator, 09/05/2019
Instincts are part of being human. Whether helpful or not, our instincts creep their way into our daily decision-making process. Unfortunately, investing decisions are no different.
By Fisher Investments UK, Citywire, 09/05/2019
Spring has sprung! And with the warmer temperatures, sunnier days and budding flowers we expect another yearly regularity to hit soon: financial media’s warnings you should exit equities before the annual summer doldrums hit markets – to sell, that is, in May.
By Fisher Investments UK, Spectator, 30/04/2019
At first glance, investing passively may seem easy.
By Fisher Investments UK, The Telegraph, 26/04/2019
This May, EU voters head to the polls in European parliamentary elections. These elections occur every five years, usually to relatively little fanfare. However, this year’s may prove more exciting.
By Fisher Investments UK, Citywire, 25/04/2019
Legend has it Albert Einstein called compound growth the eighth wonder of the world—“the most powerful force in the universe.” However, you don’t need to be a genius to understand how compounding works.