Explore investment books by Ken Fisher, Philip Fisher and Fisher Investments.
Fisher Investments Founder and Executive Chairman Ken Fisher has been writing financial literature for decades. His writing career debuted in 1984 when he began writing Forbes’ Portfolio Strategy column, quickly followed by the publication of his first book, Super Stocks, which introduced the price-to-sales ratio—a revolutionary concept at the time, but now a staple in finance curriculum. Since, Ken Fisher has authored 11, including 4 New York Times bestsellers.
Ken's father, Philip Fisher, was one of the most influential investors of all time. His investment classic, Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits (1958), was the first investment book ever to make the New York Times best-seller list and remains in print today.
Fisher Investments has carried on the legacy of producing unique, meaningful financial literature. In 2007, John Wiley & Sons and Fisher Investments teamed up to create Fisher Investments Press with the goal of educating investors—from novices to professionals—on global markets, investment strategy and more. The Fisher Investments On series analyzes the 11 primary investment sectors, including Energy, Technology and Health Care. Other Fisher Investments Press titles cover global investing and behavioral finance.
Fisher Investments' staff have produced two additional books under the Fisher Investments Press imprint, including 20/20 Money and Own the World. In addition, John Wiley & Sons published The Making of a Market Guru in 2010, which commemorates Ken Fisher’s 25-year anniversary writing Forbes’ Portfolio Strategy column, and takes a journey back in time looking at market history and Ken’s forecasts.