A recent article by Fisher Investments Editorial Staff on MarketMinder.comdelves deeper into why this is a perilous practice
On the road to your investment goals, looking back at prior levels is no way to formulate a forward-looking strategy. A recent article by Fisher Investments Editorial Staff delves deeper into why this is a perilous practice.
An interesting read about China from MarketMinder.com
The Business World’s View of China
Commentary from Western firms doing business in China might help you see through the media fog.
Ken Fisher, Fisher Investments CEO, discusses why the current financial period resembles 1997 in this CNBC video:
Selloff like 1197 correction: Ken Fisher
” “Always” is always a dangerous word in investing, but here’s a good time to use it: Always own some stocks of profitless good firms.”
Read the full Portfolio Strategy article in the Forbes August 16 issue:
Five Ways To Win From Money Losers
Fisher Investments Ken Fisher’s latest Forbes article talks how to “look for normalcy and you’ll be better served.”
Here’s a link to the Forbes article: Bet on the Bulls, Not the Sheep
Ken Fisher’s latest “Portfolio Strategy” column in Forbes magazine is now available online:
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Fisher Investments’ CEO Ken Fisher’s talks about his latest book, Beat the Crowd, “how to out-invest the herd by thinking differently” with CNN Money: A billionaire investor’s advice
It seems all investors are worrying about something these days. The Fed rate hike, Greece, the strong U.S. dollar, China’s slowdown. The list goes on.
Billionaire investor Ken Fisher says ignore it all. If you’re picking stocks, disregard the media and market chatter. All those broadly known fears are already priced into the stock markets. Your time is far better spent thinking about what’s next.