See the Markets Clearly, Gain Focus and Invest Better than the Pros
By by Michael Hanson, Author, Fisher Investments Senior Vice President of Research, Financial Blogger for Investing IQ
Hardcover: 288 Pages
Outperforming the markets, especially in today's volatile investing environment, requires seeing clearly and thinking differently about your investing choices. 20/20 Money: See the Markets Clearly and Invest Better Than the Pros provides readers the resources to do just that. This book acts as a valuable guide with detailed information on a range of investing topics from stock market theory to psychology. 20/20 Money encourages you to think differently about investing, by challenging your understanding of the stock market and forcing you to consider some tough decisions—all with the goal of helping you increase your long-term returns.Amazon Barnes & Noble
How Smart Investors Create Global Portfolios
By by Aaron Anderson
Hardcover: 224 Pages
The notion that global investing is only suitable for super wealthy or institutional investors has long past. To be a successful investor today, one should seek opportunities globally. Never before has it been easier to gain access to global stock markets with the Internet and new technologies. Own the World seeks to eliminate the mystery behind global investing, while breaking down borders many see as obstacles to investing outside the US. There is something for every investor in Own the World—whether you seek to identify unique opportunities, diversify your portfolio, or simply broaden your knowledge of the global investment universe.
The Making of a Market Guru:
Forbes Presents 25 Years of Ken Fisher
By by Aaron Anderson
Hardcover: 504 pages
Ken Fisher, founder and Executive Chairman of Fisher Investments, is a self-made billionaire and ranks among America's wealthiest individuals.
His prestigious Forbes “Portfolio Strategy” column ran from 1984 through 2016, making Ken the longest continuously running columnist in the magazine’s history. During this time, he's seen everything from the stock market crash of 1987 and the great bull markets of the 1980s and 1990s to the Tech bubble of 2000 and the global market meltdown of 2008.
Now, with The Making of a Market Guru, you'll gain an insightful look at Fisher's prolific career over the years and discover the high-profile market calls he's had in these monthly columns. At times engaging and timely, at others revealing and informative, this book is a sweeping look at a recent and eventful slice of stock market history.
The Making of a Market Guru, you'll read about what's changed and be more amazed by what hasn't. And you'll see investing wisdom that still applies now and for the foreseeable future, from a quarter-century of Fisher's concise and witty market wisdom.