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Fisher Investments UK 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 regularly contributes to several publications, including Financial Times in the UK, Børsen in Denmark, De Telegraaf in The Netherlands, Focus Money in Germany, and USA Today. 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 organisation may be available to clients through their Investment Counsellor.

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Populists pancake politics at the EU level too

By Fisher Investments UK, The Telegraph, 16/09/2019

Prior to May’s vote, financial pundits we follow commonly theorised populist and/or eurosceptic parties would take May’s European Parliamentary (EP) elections by storm, stoking instability and bringing market-roiling change.

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Billionaire Ken Fisher Wants to Knock Out Wall Street

By Ken Fisher, Sarah Ponczek, and Michael P. Regan, Bloomberg, 13/09/2019

While on the surface it looked like a calm week for the stock market, there was a lot of turbulence down below. Rising interest rates caused investors to rotate out of once high-flying momentum and growth equities in favor of beaten-down value stocks.

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Ken Fisher: ECB stimulus is "quantitative diseasing, not easing"

By Hannah Wise and Ken Fisher, CNN Money Switzerland, 13/09/2019

The ECB’s decision to relaunch its bond purchasing program is “quantitative diseasing, not quantitative easing.” This according to Ken Fisher, investor and founder of Fisher Investments, who warns that the move will set back the European economy rather than support it.

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