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.

The Early Lessons for Investors From FTX’s Collapse

FTX’s collapse is yet another reminder of the importance of conducting coldly rational due diligence.

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SarbOx, Revisited

What 2002’s corporate accounting reform teaches about regulatory risk and stocks.

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Central Banks’ ‘Independence’ Illusion

Seeing through the debate over central bank reforms.

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The Basic Lesson From the 1994 Parallel

There are some vast differences between now and the last time the Fed hiked by 75 basis points. But there are also parallels that may be enlightening.

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Don’t Let the Politicking on Gas Prices Fool You

Wednesday’s Congressional hearing was classic grandstanding—unlikely to yield anything meaningful for gas prices (or stocks).

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How P.J. O’Rourke Can Help You Invest Better

Sometimes non-investment reading can be your best training material.

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Nuclear Breakthrough! And Other Bad Investment Theses

Just because something could revolutionize the world in the long run doesn’t mean it is a wise investment today.

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The US Government’s Semiconductor Solutions Seeking Problems

This isn’t the first time Washington, DC has tried to help chipmakers.

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The Many Problems With Taxing Unrealized Capital Gains

The White House’s Office for Management and Budget’s logically flawed redefinition of income leads to some headline-drawing conclusions, but it isn’t likely to lead to new laws.

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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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