Timing this market is a fool’s errand

Ken Fisher

Looking for clues about the correction? Let’s go back to 1997

Ken Fisher

Grow your own dividends

Cash flow is any money you take from your portfolio

Ken Fisher

Britain doesn’t need surpluses

Markets thrive on false debt fears

Bull market could rage for years

Dismantle the wall of worry and enjoy the returns

Worry about bankers, not politicians

Very few of the people setting interest rates have any experience of banking in the real world

Buy Europe as Draghi gets it all wrong

QE in the eurozone is the wrong response to the wrong problem, but it’ll be good for equities

Hung up on hung parliaments

Electoral gridlock is great for investors

Just how negative are you?

Buying assets with negative yields suggests a doomsday view of the world that isn’t justified

Get above the curve in 2015

Forecasters predict 8 per cent growth in the US

Understanding the US midterms

America is becoming more conservative, which could have big implications

Active management fees are about right

If it weren’t, the market would have corrected it long ago

Price of banker-bashing

Ever-changing rules hinder investment

A great midterm anomaly

Political gridlock is great for shares

Best of 2014 - Annuity providers are laying their trap

‘Super annuities’ are only super for the insurers – not for you

Carney is short on credibility

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

If a risk factor is all over the newspapers, chances are it’s in the prices

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


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.

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