By Fisher Investments UK, The Spectator, 13/01/2020
With 2020 upon us, many investors may be reviewing their portfolio’s 2019 path and mulling over possible adjustments for this year. If you are one of them, here are some factors we think are worth considering.
By Fisher Investments UK, Citywire, 07/01/2020
Much of the academic literature we have reviewed posits demographics determine long-term economic growth. Rising populations mean more demand for just about everything: food, housing, clothing, energy, medical care, services—you name it. It also means a rising workforce, providing the ability to meet that demand.
By Fisher Investments UK, The Telegraph, 27/12/2019
With eurozone growth slowing and manufacturing wobbling, the European Central Bank (ECB) decided it was time for new “stimulus” measures in September.
By Fisher Investments UK, Citywire, 06/12/2019
Will a weakening Chinese economy hurt European exporters and drive a new continental recession?
By Fisher Investments UK, The Telegraph, 06/12/2019
For years, one question has apparently flummoxed European leaders: How can they adjust tax policy to get revenue from companies who sell digital services in their countries but don’t have physical presences there - and therefore aren’t subject to local taxation?
By Fisher Investments UK, The Spectator, 27/11/2019
When Fisher Investments UK looks back through history, we note many Ponzi schemes and investing scams have this in common:
By Ken Fisher, Financial Times, 09/10/2019
Carney shouldn’t wait until after Brexit to unwind QE
By Fisher Investments UK, Citywire, 08/10/2019
Mario Draghi steps down as ECB President at October’s end, and outgoing IMF head Christine Lagarde is set to take his place.
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.
By Fisher Investments UK, Citywire, 09/09/2019
Increasingly, many developed world countries’ fixed-interest securities’ yields have gone sub-zero.