elisabeth dellinger

Articles by Elisabeth Dellinger

Elisabeth is a manager in Fisher Investments’ Portfolio Management Communications Group and Senior Editor of MarketMinder. She is co-author of two books with Ken Fisher, including 2015’s Beat the Crowd, and has been with the firm since 2004. When she isn’t busy writing, you can probably find her running or hiking near her Bay Area home.

Unintended Tax-Policy Consequences, Taught by Bono and Baseball

The more you tax something, the less of it you get—including high incomes.

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Technology Steps Up to Financial Literacy Challenges

Financial education for young folks? There’s an app for that.

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How Nixon’s Gold Shock Defanged the Trade Deficit

Other nations’ forex reserves are no longer the Sword of Damocles.

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Lionel Messi and the Fan Coin Fad

Soccer player gets paid in cryptocurrency. Internet explodes.

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The Flash Crash—and Learning to Love Volatility

Apparently, crickets celebrated the Flash Crash’s 11th birthday.

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Nearing the Topps? How a Baseball Card Company Illustrates Sentiment Now

You won’t get this nexus of fads in a typical early bull market.

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When Roaring Kitty and r/WallStreetBets Went to Washington

The highlights and lowlights of the House Financial Services Committee’s investigation into all the happenings around “meme” stocks.

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Redditors, Shorts and Crazy Single-Stock Swings

The theatrical coverage of “stonk” investors’ battles with short-selling hedge funds is more infotainment than investing news.

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The Not-So Curious Case of Britain’s ‘Missing’ Cash

Paper money will never fully be accounted for.

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What California’s Electric Vehicle Mandate Teaches Investors About Chasing Riches in Renewables

Counterintuitively, a clean vehicle push might torpedo wind and solar—a lesson in the dangers of investing on hype and hope.

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