Ken Fisher is the founder, executive chairman, and co-chief investment officer of Fisher Investments, a $100+ billion global money management firm serving large institutions and high-net-worth individuals throughout most of the developed world. Mr. Fisher wrote the Forbes Portfolio Strategy column for 32+ years in 2017, making him the longest continuously running columnist in Forbes history. He now writes weekly columns for USA Today and Germany's Focus Money, and monthly columns in the United Kingdom's Financial Times, Denmark's B, the Netherland's Telegraaf and Spain's El Economista. Mr. Fisher authored 11 books, including four New York Times bestsellers-and has been published, interviewed and written about in publications globally.
My head is positively spinning! After 20+ years in the investment business, Ken Fisher's new book has just challenged me to reexamine everything I thought I knew about investing, and that's a good thing!
Investment savvy and a keen knowledge of market psychology make Ken Fisher one of my favorite Money Show speakers. He has also just become the fifth longest-running financial columnist at Forbes. Here’s a sampling, with a trio of potential takeover targets.
Ken Fisher, an expert in behavioral psychology, always presents one of the most intriguing speeches at The Money Shows, and his latest was no exception. Based on his contrary belief that whatever most analysts are forecasting will be wrong, he offers this bullish outlook.
Money manager Ken Fisher focuses on behavioral finance theory - the application of psychology to investment analysis. He is controversial, as his theories are often critical of the very nature of financial insitutions and the investment process. I personally view his commentary as among the very finest in the advisory field.
Ken Fisher describes the current bull market as long, slow and joyless.
Stock Trading Legend Ken Fisher describes his top-down approach to trading global equities.
Some things that aren't widely understood or commonly known normally should happen about now and in the nine months ahead causing stocks to decelerate. What would cause that and what would cause that not to happen? And why? And if it does, when should that reverse and why?
At MoneyShow Las Vegas, Ken Fisher: We're in a Goldilocks economy. Also what inflation and interest rates mean, the strength of the dollar, bull markets. So who are you going to call?