By Hannah Wise and Ken Fisher, CNN Money Switzerland, 16/08/2019
Tech stocks carry most of the weight of U.S. markets, says billionaire investor Ken Fisher. Even though Swiss tech stocks are strong performers, he says the current market climate means investors should look elsewhere for their portfolios (hint: it’s all about timing).
By Fisher Investments UK, Citywire, 07/08/2019
Over two months after UK and EU leaders delayed Brexit, things are looking a bit grim, in our view.
By Fisher Investments UK, The Telegraph, 06/08/2019
Are storm clouds gathering over Europe’s economy?
By Fisher Investments UK, Spectator, 06/08/2019
Do you know how easy—or hard—it is to redeem your fund investments for cash? We think you should.
By Ken Fisher, Financial Times, 31/07/2019
Depending who you ask about oil, you currently get one of two answers.
By Ken Fisher, CNN Money Switzerland, 17/07/2019
Companies are hiring, factory output is rising, and consumers are spending. The U.S. economy looks less and less like its headed for a recession. So then why is the Federal Reserve still likely to cut rates later this month? For political leverage, says billionaire investor Ken Fisher.
By Fisher Investments UK, The Telegraph, 15/07/2019
In our surveys of financial publications, many articles fret debt. It is part and parcel of the Western conscience and is perhaps even more acute presently in the eurozone, tied to its 2010 – 2012 sovereign debt crisis.
By Fisher Investments UK, The Telegraph, 08/07/2019
In early May, the European Commission slashed Germany’s growth estimates for 2019, leading to reports its fiscally stalwart government would be forced to abandon its balanced budget.
By Fisher Investments UK, Spectator, 08/07/2019
Have you ever seen a headline saying equity markets are “too high”? Or that a market fall is right around the corner due to overvalued equities, or “dangerous” all-time highs? Some investors fear that equities reaching new heights means a downturn is right around the corner.
By Fisher Investments UK, Citywire, 02/07/2019
The yield curve charts a country’s interest rates across all loan maturities—from short-term rates set by the central bank to long-term government bond rates traded in the marketplace. It is widely thought to be a reliable leading economic indicator. Here we explain why we think the yield curve works and how we interpret today’s yield curves.