We believe our flexible investment approach, global expertise, competitive fee structure, and commitment to offer unparalleled client service are some of the features that set Fisher Investments apart. But don’t just take it from us. Find out why we’ve been recognized as a top financial adviser by several industry publications.
Fisher Investments was recognized on the Financial Times’ 2019 Top 300 investment advisers list for the sixth consecutive year. 2019 also marks the sixth annual FT 300 list, which aims to recognize the industry's elite investment adviser firms in the United States.
In 2018, Fisher Investments was named one of InvestmentNews’ Top 10 US-based, fee-only Registered Investment Advisers (RIAs). Fisher Investments ranks #2 on its RIA List.
In 2018, Fisher Investments was ranked #84 in the 2018 II 300 – Institutional Investor’s annual ranking of the 300 largest U.S.-based asset managers.
In May 2019, Fisher Investments was ranked #138 on the Pensions and Investments list of the World’s 500 largest money managers. The survey ranks money managers based on total worldwide institutional assets under management as of December 31, 2018.
The Better Business Bureau seeks to be the leader in advancing marketplace trust. Fisher Investments is proud to note it has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
Fisher Investments was included on the list of top places to work in Oregon and Southwest Washington by The Oregonian in 2018 for the second year in a row.
Fisher Investments has been named the 20th Best Workplace in Texas for 2019, by Great Place to Work (GPTW) and Fortune magazine.
Fisher Investments was named one of the top places to work for recent graduates in 2016 by Symplicity, a market leader in career services management solutions.
Fisher Investments was named one of the 2018 Top 100 Places to Work in the Dallas-Fort Worth area by the Dallas Morning News.
Fisher Investments was ranked #107 on the 2019 Training Top 125 Organizations by Training Magazine.
Fisher Investments Europe, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Fisher Investments, announced today that it has won the 2019 ADVFN International Financial Award for Wealth Manager of the Year, the fourth time it has received the honor. The ADVFN International Financial Awards, established in 2015, recognize and celebrate the best financial products and services from across the industry, both nationally and internationally.
In November 2015, Grüner Fisher Investments, a wholly owned German subsidiary of Fisher Investments, was rated “Best employer in the [German] Financial Sector” by the German investment magazine, Cash.Online.
DasInvestment, one of the largest financial magazines in Germany, conducted a survey across 115 different companies in 2016 to find the best employers in the German financial sector.
In 2018, Fisher Investments 401(k) Solutions was recognized by Financial Times as one of its 401 Top Retirement Advisers for the second year in a row.
In 2018, Fisher Investments 401(k) Solutions made the list of “Top Defined Contribution Advisor Firms” from the prestigious National Association of Plan Advisors for the second year in a row.
In 2010, Ken was recognized by Investment Advisor as one of the most influential people in building the independent advisor profession over the past 30 years. A year later, he was included on Investment Advisor’s annual list of the 25 most influential people in and around the advisor universe.
Ken is the author of 11 books, including 4 New York Times best sellers: The Only Three Questions That Count (2006), The Ten Roads to Riches (2008), How to Smell a Rat (2009) and Debunkery(2010).
Ken received the prestigious Bernstein Faboozi/Jacobs Levy Award for “outstanding article” in Fall 2000. His article was considered amongst all articles published in four issues of the journal from Fall 2000 to Summer 2001 and awarded based on votes by a selected panel.
Ken Fisher’s “Portfolio Strategy” column for Forbes ran from 1984 to 2016, making him the longest continually running columnist in the magazine’s 90+ year history.
For the AAII Journal's 40th anniversary, Ken‘s article “Price-Sales Ratios: A New Tool for Measuring Stock Popularity” was selected as one of 40 influential investment education articles from the publication’s past. These from-the-vault, hand-curated articles are of value because each one imparts a timeless investment process or lesson.