Fisher Investments is an independent investment adviser providing portfolio management services to individual and institutional clients across the globe. The company has a long history of helping investors better understand global markets and current events through financial writing. Fisher Investments is proud to bring its insights to RealClearMarkets and help shed light on how global politics may—or may not—impact stocks. Fisher Investments believes politics is one of the stock market’s primary drivers and closely monitors global political events. The company takes a non-partisan approach to analyzing politics. It solely focuses on politics’ potential stock market impact because allowing emotions or political bias to sway portfolio decisions can lead to investing errors.
In its articles on RealClearMarkets, Fisher Investments strives to help readers decipher what may or may not be relevant to their portfolios—helping them make informed investing decisions. Regular insights into political and market activity is just one of the many services Fisher Investments provides in its mission to make the financial industry a better place for investors. Clients who work with Fisher also receive personalized portfolio management. Investment portfolios are tailored to each individual’s financial situation and needs. Clients also work with Investment Counselors, who are dedicated to getting to know clients, identifying their investment goals and keeping them on track.
Behind the scenes, Fisher Investments’ five-person Investment Policy Committee oversees all portfolio decisions for clients. Led by the company’s founder, Ken Fisher, the committee has over 130 years’ of professional investing experience and has worked closely as a unit for years. Supported by a large research staff, they lead Fisher in seeking and interpreting information differently and independently. To learn more about Fisher Investments and how the company approaches global stock markets, visit www.fisherinvestments.com.
Disclaimer: Investing in stock markets involves the risk of loss and there is no guarantee that all or any capital invested will be repaid. Past performance is no guarantee of future returns.
Fisher Investments’ Latest Insights
Ken Fisher on Why Investors Shouldn’t Overrate ‘Medicare for All’ Proposals, Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Fisher Investments on Election-Year Uncertainty: This, Too, Shall Pass, Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Ken Fisher on Nixing the VIX, Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Will Uncle Sam Force Big Tech to Break Up?, Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Fisher Investments Commentary from Around the Web
The Big 2019 Was Hardly All About Rate Cuts and Tariff Truce - Market Minder, Fisher
Today is New Year's Eve, and barring a late-day collapse, the S&P 500 is on course to top 30% for the year and log its best calendar-year return since 2013. The MSCI World Inde...
Tidy Up Your Finances to Make Holidays Enjoyable - Market Minder, Fisher Investments
To spark maximum joy during winter, consider tidying up your finances so you can relax during the holidays. Before festivities kick off, here is a list of moves you may want—...
What Black Friday Can Tell You About 'Sell In May' & Santa Claus - Market Minder, FI
Once upon a time, we would have opened this article with a “Happy Cyber Monday!” and segued into a discussion of preliminary Black Friday retail results and why they do...
There's Much Economic Growth to Be Thankful For - Market Minder, Fisher Investments
Conclusion to Election 2020 Bullish No Matter Who Wins - Editorial, Fisher Investments
With the 2020 campaign starting to rev up, what should investors expect next year? Besides a barrage of round-the-clock ads, soundbites and photo-ops jockeying for your attention, ...
An Underappreciated Lesson From 1929 for Investors In 2019 - Market Minder, Fisher
Late last month, financial headlines “celebrated” an infamous anniversary: the 90th anniversary of Black Thursday, the 1929 Crash. Some used the date to muse on ho...
Never Forget, All Trade Deals Aren't Always 'Free' - Market Minder, Fisher Investments
Earlier this week, headlines touted some seemingly good news on the trade front: Fifteen Asian nations had agreed in principle on key portions of a new trade deal, likely clearing ...
Those Lucky Enough to Know Ken Fisher Know This Is a Travesty - John Tamny, RCM
I first met Ken Fisher in 2004. At the time I was a “functionary” at a Washington, D.C. think tank. Getting more specific, I was a fundraiser. Eager to become an econom...
Shattering the Debt Ceiling Myth - Fisher Investments Editorial Staff, Fisher Investments
Where’s the Beef? - Market Minder, Fisher Investments
An Investor's Mental Preparatory Guide for the Democratic Debates - Market Minder, Fisher Investments
Today in Brexit, Day 1,092 - Market Minder, Fisher Investments
Day 17: U.S. Stock Markets & the Government Shutdown - Market Minders, Fisher Inv.
How Investors Can Weather 'Hurricane' Financial Season - Editorial, Fisher Investments