Fisher Investments News
|By Ken Fisher, Forbes, 07/21/2014|
Honor your net worth with great stocks like these for the rest of this long bull market.
|By Ken Fisher, Forbes, 06/30/2014|
Fourth quarters of midterm-election years are positive 86.4% of the time.
|By Elisabeth Dellinger, Equities.com, 06/13/2014|
With President Obama signing an Executive Orderto cap some borrowers’ repayments at 10% of their annual income, and with the Senate squashing a bill to allow borrowers to refinance at lower rates two days later, this is a hot election-year issue. However, the data overwhelmingly suggest this political hot potato isn’t an economic issue.
|By Elisabeth Dellinger, Investor's Business Daily, 06/06/2014|
|By Ken Fisher, Forbes, 05/26/2014|
Skeptics are turning into optimists. Looks like it’s full speed ahead.
|By Elisabeth Dellinger , Equities.com, 05/05/2014|
Before you run for the hills with visions of 2000 dancing through your head, breathe. Some corners of the sector might have their issues, but a broad bubble this is not. Here are 11 reasons why you needn’t fear.
|By Ken Fisher, Financial Times, 04/17/2014|
Last month, we covered how to tell if your adviser is putting you first – developing a plan to reach your long-term financial goals and giving you the tough-love advice you need to reach them. You-first advisers won’t indulge your fear and greed impulses, won’t encourage you to zig and zag.
While zigzagging is bad, sometimes big tactical moves may make sense.
|By Ken Fisher, Forbes, 04/14/2014|
The key is to stay on your toes—and always expect the unexpected.
|By Elisabeth Dellinger, 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 Investors.com
|By Elisabeth Dellinger, Investor's Business Daily, 03/10/2014|
Can the Fed end boom and bust? Read the full story on Investors.com.
|By Ken Fisher, Forbes, 03/03/2014|
Stocks with plump margins will now be the ones beating the market.
|By Ken Fisher, Forbes, 02/10/2014|
The bears are suffering from boy-who-cried-wolf syndrome.
|By Ken Fisher, 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!