Fisher Investments

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.

To learn more about Fisher Investments, please visit www.fisherinvestments.com.

Recent Articles By The Author

Remember When People Were Freaked Out About Greece? We Do.

Remember When People Were Freaked Out About Greece? We Do.

In which we look back at some of the Greek debt crisis' greatest hits -- and explain why markets don't much care anymore.

4 Fun Facts You Need to Know About GDP Growth -- in the U.S. and Abroad

4 Fun Facts You Need to Know About GDP Growth -- in the U.S. and Abroad

Quick hits on recent growth figures.

Trying to Game Central Bank Moves Is Folly -- Because of the Human Factor

Trying to Game Central Bank Moves Is Folly -- Because of the Human Factor

The ECB's surprise inaction is just another in a string of central bank decisions that caught pundits by surprise.

3 Kinds of Sketchy Investment Research -- And How to Recognize Them

3 Kinds of Sketchy Investment Research -- And How to Recognize Them

The ability to spot questionable financial analysis is crucial for the modern news consumer.

Why a Gridlocked Government Is Good News for Financial Markets

Why a Gridlocked Government Is Good News for Financial Markets

Six months in, the Trump administration isn't exactly a whirlwind of activity.

Two Charts Show Why OPEC's Production Cuts Are Failing

Two Charts Show Why OPEC's Production Cuts Are Failing

While OPEC members renege on their commitments, US output is high and rising,

Summertime U.S. Data Don't Show a Summer Swoon

Summertime U.S. Data Don't Show a Summer Swoon

Inflation? Low and stable. Retail sales? Bumpy, as usual. Lending? Rising. Overall, investors should like what they see.

Want to Retire at 65? Here Are Three Things You Have to Think About

Want to Retire at 65? Here Are Three Things You Have to Think About

No, it isn't as simple as picking a number.

No Employer-Provided Plan? Here's How You Can Still Save for Retirement.

No Employer-Provided Plan? Here's How You Can Still Save for Retirement.

Whether you own your own business or just don't have access to an employer-sponsored retirement plan, savings options are still out there.

The Truth About What Life Insurance Can (and Can't) Do for You

The Truth About What Life Insurance Can (and Can't) Do for You

Hint: It can't take the place of investing.