Carney is short on credibility

Ken Fisher

Forward guidance is a silly policy

The big myth of small-caps

Smaller shares’ lead comes in short bursts

Back to the future as we rerun the 1990s

Investors worried about toppy markets in 1995, yet shares rose for another four years

Cassandras and Oracles

Doom-and-gloom merchants are unlikely to spot opportunities

Your adviser should sometimes say ‘no’

Most humans make bad investors. That’s why they need advisers

The magic of collision and capitalism

Technology is colliding. From it will come ideas none of us can envisage

Why Britain lucked out with Carney

At least BoE governor has some commercial experience – the Yanks deserve better than Yellen

I can’t wait for monetary stimulus to end

QE has been a massive drain on the economy

Of birds and central bankers

We cannot yet know if the next Fed head will be an easy-money dove or an inflation-obsessed hawk

How the US shutdown could settle a debate

How important is state spending to economic wellbeing?

Take advantage of rampant false fears

Buy shares now – they could fly for years

No reason to fear end of QE

We risk missing bullish factor because we’ve forgotten old lessons

Thankfully, the US isn’t Greece

Debt is not ‘too high’ in either country

Gridlock is good for shares

US politicians will be unable to pass major legislation for a while

Take away the punch bowl

Taking away the punch bowl will boost markets

Buy what’s easy – then take it easy

Biggest is best in what remains of the bull market

Don’t be a cow, be a bull

Much of what we fear is nothing new, says Ken Fisher

Fiscal cliff? It’s more of a rolling plain

Fear of a false factor is always bullish

ABOUT KEN

Ken Fisher Ken Fisher is the founder and chief executive of Fisher Investments, and is a columnist for Forbes “Portfolio Strategy”.

The author of nine books on investing, four of them New York Times bestsellers, Fisher manages $44bn for institutional investors and 25,000 high net worth individuals spanning the US, UK, Canada, and Germany.