By Fisher Investments, PR Newswire, Monday, September 28, 2020
Fisher Investments was recognized as a Top Workplace for the fourth year in a row by The Oregonian, placing eighth on the newspaper's 2020 list of Top Workplaces in Oregon and Southwest Washington.
By Ken Fisher, Real Clear Markets, Friday, September 25, 2020
Tech is tanking, so bye-bye bull market—that’s logic many pundits peddled ever since the FANGs and big name Tech stocks started September’s swoon. They claim Tech fueled the market’s post-March rise--so what kills Tech, kills this young bull market, too. It sounds compelling. But it’s wrong. This global rebound—and Tech’s leadership in it—is far more durable than most fathom. Here’s why.
By Staff, The Oregonian, Wednesday, September 23, 2020
Here are the top eight large employers -- each with 500 or more employees in Oregon and/or southwest Washington -- in this year’s Top Workplaces competition, which is in its ninth year.
By Fisher Investments, Reuters Plus, Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Before you load up on high dividend-paying REITs, Fisher Investments wants you to make sure you understand what you are targeting.
By Ken Fisher, LinkedIn, Tuesday, September 15, 2020
How the market reacts to presidential elections boils down to confirmation bias, uncertainty and the market’s natural job of pre-pricing. Let me explain.
By Fisher Investments, Tuesday, September 15, 2020
Got gold fever? The precious metal is tempting investors after recent all-time highs—but here’s what Fisher Investments thinks you should know before bingeing on bullion.
By Fisher Investments, Reuters Plus, Thursday, September 10, 2020
Does Fisher Investments think the Fed is storing up trouble in the form of runaway inflation?
By Candice Georgiadis with Jill Hitchcock, Medium, Thursday, September 10, 2020
Success isn’t a straight line to the top. Don’t try to map out 30 years of your career. You’ll drive yourself crazy, and it rarely turns out like you planned anyway. Be open to unexpected opportunities.
By Ken Fisher, Real Clear Markets, Thursday, September 3, 2020
Depending on who you ask, value stocks are set to soar….or dead as a doornail. Value’s tub-thumpers say growth stocks’ decade-plus dominance can’t endure—particularly with value’s penchant for zooming early in bull markets. Disbelievers argue Big Tech’s supremacy alongside private equity and indexing’s rise seal value’s casket. Wrong and wrong. Value isn’t dead. But the 2020 bear market’s peculiarities make a nearterm comeback unlikely. Here’s why.
By Fisher Investments, Real Clear Markets, Tuesday, September 1, 2020
Fisher Investments answers: How can stocks rise when so many people are out of work?