Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Running on Rumors

By, 01/29/2010
Concerns over Greece's rising deficits escalated this week, but sentiment (not fundamentals) seems the culprit behind the volatility.read more
Jason Dorrier
Into Perspective

Rooted in Rocky Soil

By, 01/29/2010
Flipping through history's pages, we find plenty of hard times, some far harder than today. But one thing rings true time and again—economic ashes grow innovation.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

One Step at a Time

By, 01/28/2010
The FOMC's Wednesday meeting contained no surprises—but showed the Fed's willing to maintain accommodative policies until the recovery is on surer footing. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Cheerio Ol’ Chap

By, 01/27/2010
The UK became the last developed country to bid cheerio to the recession on Tuesday. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Monetary Policy

Ben There. Done That. Now Let's Do It Again.

By, 01/26/2010
Senators are dragging their feet over Fed chair Bernanke's confirmation vote, but it's very likely he'll get another term. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Investor Sentiment

Pessimism of Disbelief

By, 01/25/2010
Sad news is everywhere, but don't believe everything you read.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Politics

A Limiting Proposal

By, 01/22/2010
President Obama proposed further regulation of large financial institutions on Thursday, but lacking details, sent markets into a tailspin. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

So Long, Sixty

By, 01/21/2010
Tuesday's election surprise likely spells doom for health care reform.read more
Carolyn Feng
Capitalist Corner

A Taxing Situation

By, 01/20/2010
Imposing new or higher taxes seems an easy way to generate money—but it can backfire.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Currencies

Euronomics

By, 01/20/2010
The European economy overall continues to show signs of recovery.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Emerging Markets

A Race We All Win

By, 01/19/2010
It's easy to think the developed nations make the world go round—but don't discount the up-and-comers. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Taxes

Taxing TARP

By, 01/15/2010
Besides death and taxes, the only other certainty is the government can be counted on to cook up goofy remedies to problems of its own making.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Market Cycles

Correct Correction Behavior

By, 01/14/2010
After a strong bull market run, a correction this year wouldn't be surprising and shouldn't be feared. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Of Dogs and Decoupling

By, 01/13/2010
No single factor explains broad market trends—ever. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Currencies

Submerging Market

By, 01/12/2010
Emerging markets are leading the global economic recovery, but events in Venezuela show not all emerging markets are equal.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

Another Brick in the Wall

By, 01/11/2010
December's job losses may discourage, but they're just another brick in the bull market's wall of worry. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Testing the Tiger

By, 01/08/2010
With China's recovery gaining ground, gradual policy tightening is underway.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Taxes

Bonus Brawl: Round Two

By, 01/07/2010
The UK's 50% banker bonus tax is causing a stir among the industry's biggest firms. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

See You Next January

By, 01/06/2010
So goes January, so goes the year—so long? Not so fast. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Alternative Investments

Bonds in Red

By, 01/05/2010
Bonds can lose value too. 2009 was an example. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Trading in the New Year

By, 01/04/2010
New trade tariffs aren't on the list of reasons to celebrate the New Year.read more

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