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M4—the broadest measure of money supply—rose sharply in 2020, which drove increased concerns about inflation. However, Fisher Investments’ founder and Co-Chief Investment Officer Ken Fisher says it’s not just the quantity of money that matters for inflation but also how fast that money changes hands, otherwise known as money velocity.
Market volatility is a common and normal feature of stock markets. But, are stock prices more volatile now than they have ever been? In his latest video, Fisher Investments’ founder and Co-Chief Investment Officer Ken Fisher explains why he believes fears of historically high market volatility are misplaced.
Ken Fisher discusses the potential stock market impact tied to shortages in semiconductors and materials like lumber and steel. Many fear these shortages could drive sustained price increases, leading to strong inflationary pressures that could impede economic growth.
In this video, Fisher Investments’ founder and Co-Chief Investment Officer Ken Fisher addresses a very top-of-mind question for investors: What does it mean for stocks if the Biden administration is able to pass sweeping tax changes via reconciliation?
Will rapidly rising prices throw stock investors from the saddle? COVID-related government spending has some investors concerned that surging inflation is just around the bend, believing too much money will soon be chasing too few goods. In his latest video, Fisher Investments’ founder and Co-Chief Investment Officer Ken Fisher explains why he believes current inflation fears are overstated.
With stocks broadly positive in the early months of 2021, some investors are on the lookout for signals that a bear market might be on the horizon. In this video, members of Fisher Investments’ Investment Policy Committee review the common markers of sustained market downturns.
In this video series, we share some of the most common retirement investing mistakes we see time and time again. These are not meant to scare you or give you the sense that peril is lurking around every corner. Rather, we’re sharing these so you can potentially learn from them and feel more confident making investment decisions.
Some investors worry that a US legislative process known as reconciliation might threaten the potential market-calming effects of political gridlock by allowing new tax and spending bills to pass Congress with only a simple majority of votes. In his latest video, Fisher Investments’ founder and Co-Chief Investment Officer Ken Fisher explains why the Congressional reconciliation process isn’t likely to completely bypass political gridlock.
Fisher Investments’ Investment Policy Committee—the firm’s 5-member group responsible for all client portfolio decisions—believes relatively optimistic investor sentiment is one sign suggesting we may be in a late-stage bull market.
Fisher Investments founder and Co-Chief Investment Officer Ken Fisher says there is a sneaky connection between the US dollar and US politics.