Founded in 1979, Fisher Investments is an independent, fee-only investment adviser serving investors globally. The firm develops custom-tailored portfolio strategies that align with each client’s financial goals, helping them achieve their long-term retirement needs.
Fisher Investments believes strongly in the importance of investor education. Founder and Executive Chairman Ken Fisher has a long tradition of contributing original research and insights to the world of investing. Fisher is a prize-winning researcher, a regular columnist in several top financial publications, and author of multiple books, including 4 New York Times bestsellers.
Continuing this commitment to investor education, Fisher Investments is proud to partner with TheStreet.com to provide valuable insights to its readers. By highlighting common investing misperceptions, providing guidance around retirement planning, and discussing how current events might affect markets, we hope to help readers become smarter investors and avoid many of the pitfalls on the road to retirement.
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Fisher Investments explains why damage from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma isn't the economic boost--or danger--some estimates portray it as.
In Fisher Investments' view, the Fed's balance sheet unwinding plans are way less dramatic than the hype.
What should investors make of Germany's upcoming election? Fisher Investments breaks down what you really need to know.
Strong growth and social stability are the Chinese government's top priorities--and they likely have the resources to achieve both.
Should you own individual bonds or bond funds for your fixed income allocation? This piece offers some clues.
Here's a quick preview of what to expect out of ongoing political tax talk.
Revised UK Q2 GDP is out--and while it won't win any awards, it's still much better than typically dour commentary admits.
Constant fears about rising price-to-earnings ratios forget that higher-P/E growth stocks lead in maturing bull markets.
Harvey isn't as economically disastrous as it may seem; but neither will the rebuilding offer valuable stimulus.
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