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Fisher Investments, an independent investment advisory firm, announces today career opportunities for Account Executives and Client Services Associates in its Vancouver office.
|By Ken Fisher, Interactive Investor, 12/17/2009|
A new decade dawns immediately. But this year, instead of Auld Lang Syne, expect to hear "Ye Olde Lost Decade." In Germany they call it the "Nervous Decade." In the US, it's the "New Normal." Media stories abound complaining stocks have been flat and economic growth overall slow for 10 years. It's true! Global stocks annualised just 1.2% and UK shares 1.7 in 10 years.
Fisher Investments research report details its current stock market outlook and portfolio insights, now available to individual investors.
Tiburon Strategic Advisors, a market research & strategy consulting firm serving a wide variety of financial institutions and investment managers, recently awarded its inaugural Tiburon CEO Summit Awards to Charles Schwab (Chairman, The Charles Schwab Corporation) & Ken Fisher (CEO, Fisher Investments).
|By Ken Fisher, Interactive Investor, 11/19/2009|
The US economy soared in the third quarter - up 3.5%, better than expected. China is booming, projected to grow 8.5% in 2009. Europe is mostly growing with some weaker areas. But overall, the world grows again, except poor UK growth was expected. UK GDP fell for a historic sixth quarter in a row, down 0.4%. It's the largest peak-to-trough drop (5.9% so far) since the 1980s.
|By Ken Fisher, Interactive Investor, 10/21/2009|
|By David Adler, Financial Planning, 10/01/2009|
Retention is arguably the most important statistic that captures client satisfaction, argues Ken Fisher, but there is no standardized public disclosure of retention rates. Fisher, CEO and CIO of Fisher Investments, explains what he believes drives this number: "short term stock mark performance. The biggest driver remains stock market volatility," he says.
|By Ken Fisher, Interactive Investor, 09/23/2009|
struck by what the media seemed to always miss when reporting on such scams. Ken Fisher, who's been managing money for individuals and institutions for over 30 years, has identified key traits shared by perpetrators of virtually every major financial fraud through history - from Charles Ponzi to Bernard Madoff.
As Fisher Investments CEO Ken Fisher watched the news coverage of Bernard Madoff’s unraveling Ponzi scheme, he was struck by what the media seemed to always miss when reporting on such scams. Ken Fisher, who's been managing money for individuals and institutions for over 30 years, has identified key traits shared by perpetrators of virtually every major financial fraud through history-from Charles Ponzi to Bernard Madoff.
|By Ken Fisher, Interactive Investor, 08/26/2009|
|By Steve Forbes, Forbes, 08/03/2009|
|By Ken Fisher, Financial Planning, 08/01/2009|
|By Fred J. Penney, ETF 2X, 07/31/2009|
Ken Fisher is a successful money manager, writer for Forbes and author. I believe it was in his book The Only Three Questions That Count that he stated that if 65% of your trades are profitable then you will be a very successful money manager. I had to read that statement a second time because I couldn’t believe that you could be so successful with only 65% winning trades but Ken Fisher knows what he is talking about.
|By Ken Fisher, Interactive Investor, 07/29/2009|
|By Ken Fisher, Interactive Investor, 07/01/2009|
|The Motley Fool, 06/26/2009|
|By John P. Reese, The Guru Investor, 06/09/2009|
|By Ken Fisher, Interactive Investor, 06/04/2009|
|By Ken Fisher, Research, 06/01/2009|
|By Ken Fisher, Interactive Investor, 05/05/2009|
|By Ken Fisher, Success, 04/24/2009|
|By Ken Fisher, Interactive Investor, 04/15/2009|
|By Wayne Wilson, My Venture Pad, 04/03/2009|
I have been reading Ken Fisher’s The Only Three Questions That Count: Investing by Knowing What Others Don’t. Ken’s focus and business is managing stock portfolios at Fisher Investments but his questions and methods can also be applied to running a business.
|By Keith Beverly, The Motley Fool, 03/18/2009|
Why should you invest in small caps -- traditionally viewed as the riskiest class of stocks -- when the sky has been falling on all stocks?
|By John Reese, Globals [online], 03/12/2009|
|By Matthew Schifrin, Forbes, 02/23/2009|
|By Ken Fisher, Interactive Investor, 02/11/2009|
|Financial Sense Newshour, 01/24/2009|
|By Financial Sense Newshour with Jim Puplava, 01/24/2009|
|By Mike Pienciak, The Motley Fool, 01/08/2009|