By Ken Fisher, Real Clear Markets, Friday, July 10, 2020
How can you gain an investing edge? That timeless question has confounded investors almost forever. Many fixate on data, thinking quick data access mines magical statistical relationships. “Quantitative” fund managers run vast sums on this premise. It isn’t just them: Belief in data’s dominance abounds.
By Fisher Investments, Real Clear Markets, Monday, July 6, 2020
Does ugly economic data mean stocks are destined for another dive? Here’s Fisher Investments’ take.
By Carrianne Coffey, LinkedIn, Wednesday, July 1, 2020
The stock market has almost recovered from March’s coronavirus lockdown-driven selloff. But this may tempt you to make a very dangerous investing mistake: Selling out when you approach or reclaim pre-selloff levels.
By Michael Hanson, LinkedIn, Monday, June 29, 2020
Thirty years from now, on some impressively super-powered computer terminal with access to data and computation we can barely fathom, a supremely confident analyst will look at the bear market of 2020, smirk, and say:
By Fisher Investments, Real Clear Markets, Friday, June 26, 2020
Is “capital preservation” and investment growth possible? Fisher Investments examines the tradeoff.
By Fisher Investments, Reuters Plus, Wednesday, June 24, 2020
Fisher Investments provides a review of high-frequency economic indicators’ uses and limitations.
By Ken Fisher, Real Clear Markets, Tuesday, June 23, 2020
Legendary 19th century financier JP Morgan said, “A man generally has two good reasons for doing a thing—one that sounds good, and a real one.” Pundits cite loads of seemingly smart reasons you should dismiss global stocks’ rally since March. But their real reason? Admitting the upturn is real also admits they were wrong.
By Fisher Investments Editorial Staff, Tuesday, June 23, 2020
To monitor the risk of future inflation, we believe it is most appropriate to focus on broader measures of the money supply, new lending and the velocity of money.
Cashay, Thursday, June 18, 2020
Almost every company has a CFO or similar person who is in charge of budgeting and finances. The same should be true for your family.
By Ken Fisher, LinkedIn, Wednesday, June 17, 2020
The best forecaster the world has ever known, the stock market, had to pre-price the reality of the grim economic impact of global governmentalimposed lockdowns aimed to slow the spread of coronavirus. But after that, the S&P 500 recovered over 75% of its losses and isn’t far from new record highs.