Clay Fisher, an independent investor, comes from from a long line of investors. His grandfather, Philip Fisher, was a legendary growth-stock investor who pioneered the concept of growth-stock investing along with T. Rowe Price. His father, Ken Fisher, is a Forbes columnist, CEO of Fisher Investments and a member of the Forbes 400. Clay Fisher previously worked as a buy-side analyst for investment bank Robertson Stephens and later with Feshbach Brothers. He was executive vice president and co-founder of The Private Client Group, a division of Fisher Investments, which is now the majority of his family's business, where he spent most of his career.
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