Fisher Investments Videos

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Misunderstanding the Risk-Reward Trade-off | Fisher Investments Common Investing Mistake #3

Retirement is supposed to be an exciting time. Finally, you have the time to travel and pursue the hobbies that you were unable to during your working years. Unfortunately, many spend much of their retirement worried about their finances. At Fisher Investments, we’ve helped thousands of individuals and families plan their financial futures so they can enjoy a comfortable retirement.

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Why You Should Avoid Timing the Market | Fisher Investments Common Retirement Investing Mistake #2

Retirement is supposed to be an exciting time. Finally, you have the time to travel and pursue the hobbies that you were unable to during your working years. Unfortunately, many spend much of their retirement worried about their finances. At Fisher Investments, we’ve helped thousands of individuals and families plan their financial futures so they can enjoy a comfortable retirement.

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Are You as Diversified as You Think? | Fisher Investments Common Retirement Investing Mistake #1

Retirement is supposed to be an exciting time. Finally, you have the time to travel and pursue the hobbies that you were unable to during your working years. Unfortunately, many spend much of their retirement worried about their finances. At Fisher Investments, we’ve helped thousands of individuals and families plan their financial futures so they can enjoy a comfortable retirement.

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Ken Fisher Debunks Common Myths About Valuations in Technology Stocks

Some investors are worried that current valuations of technology stocks are unsustainable and could signal upcoming turbulence in that sector. In this video, Ken Fisher, investor and founder of Fisher Investments, looks at valuations on tech stocks and examines what they can—or can’t—teach investors about the future.

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Do Interest Rate Outlooks Matter? Ken Fisher Answers

With interest rates—both long- and short-term—at low levels relative to history, many investors want to know where interest rates are headed from here. Because of the central banks’ influences over interest rates, Ken Fisher believes it has become increasingly difficult to predict where interest rates will go moving forward.

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Is Bitcoin the Right Investment for You? Ken Fisher Answers.

Many people have been asking whether or not bitcoin is a good investment. According to Ken Fisher, what is and is not a good investment depends on the investor. Ken explains that bitcoin falls into the category of an emerging commodity.

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Ken Fisher Explains What Increased IPO Activity Means for Markets

Euphoric, or relentlessly positive, stock markets are one sign that a bear market is potentially around the corner. But is an increase in the number of companies filing for initial public offerings (IPO) a clear indicator that markets have reached euphoria? In this video, Ken Fisher, investor and founder of Fisher Investments, looks at rising IPO activity as a late-market-cycle symptom and implications for a potential bear market’s arrival.

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Ken Fisher: Enjoy the Bull Market in 2021, but Be Vigilant About the End

Ken Fisher recognizes the early 2020 market downturn as a technical bear market but says it may be akin to an oversized market correction, which changes how he thinks about stocks in 2021.

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Fisher Investments Answers Your Most Common 401k Questions

In this video, Fisher Investments lays out the foundational aspects of 401(k) saving and the potential benefits of utilizing these retirement plans. 401(k) plans can provide retirement savers and workers with tax-advantaged saving, possibly lower current taxes (depending on the plan) and potentially even employer contributions—basically free money your employer contributes to your 401(k) plan account.

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Diversity and Inclusion

We do things differently than other investment firms—not just to be different, but because it makes a difference for our clients. We designed our entire business to minimize conflicts of interest. We have a strong division of labor between our sales and service roles, allowing employees in each role to focus on their strengths. At Fisher, our client service is wholly focused on providing superior service, not additional sales.

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