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CEO Ken Fisher has written a monthly column for Forbes magazine for over 29 years, and frequently appears in the financial media. In addition, members of Fisher Investments staff contribute articles to other financial publications including The Street, Real Clear Markets, and others.

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By , Forbes, 04/14/2014

The key is to stay on your toes—and always expect the unexpected.

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By , Investor's Business Daily, 03/28/2014

These days, it seems most pundits have one word to describe the stock market: "overvalued." Read the full story on


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By , Investor's Business Daily, 03/10/2014

Can the Fed end boom and bust?  Read the full story on

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By , Forbes, 03/03/2014

Stocks with plump margins will now be the ones beating the market.

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By , Forbes, 02/10/2014

The bears are suffering from boy-who-cried-wolf syndrome.

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By , Forbes, 01/20/2014

Consensus sentiment, particularly among professionals (who as a group are almost always wrong), tightly clusters around a 6% S&P 500 return for this year. When sentiment clusters like that my research shows stocks almost always do much better or much worse. Expect better!

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By , Forbes, 12/16/2013

I have been writing for this magazine for 29-plus years, and with this issue I pass Lucien O. Hooper to become the third-longest-running “expert” columnist in FORBES’ 96-year history. Lucien may have been the most popular ever for what Steve Forbes recalls as his “conversational way,” and even though he died 25 years ago, his investing lessons still hold today.

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By , Forbes, 11/18/2013

It just won’t happen. Except for the euphoric end of bull market peaks, folks always fear recession ahead—more so right now due to the government shutdown hangover and the eventual end of quantitative easing.

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