Years at Fisher Investments have taught me the absolute best investors are wrong quite a lot (one reason to believe in the amazing and rejuvenating powers of proper diversification), but being wrong often doesn’t mean you can’t beat the markets consistently, or at the very least achieve your investing goals.
Preliminary US Q4 GDP showed 3.2% annualized growth and pushed the economy to a new high-water mark—inconceivable to many just two short years ago.
The FASB's actions speak louder than the FCIC's words.
A political manifesto? Yes, but Ron Paul's book deriding the Fed is also one of the best layperson's primers on central banking in years.
The President dropped a tempting teaser in his State of the Union address Tuesday night when he discussed deregulation. We've got some ideas of where to start.
Preliminary reports indicate the US Treasury's eight "toxic asset” funds weren't so toxic after all.
The Dodd-Frank financial reform law mandated myriad studies, and they're beginning to roll in—to a chorus of yawns and questions.
China's attempt to avoid overheating without imperiling growth is a timely reminder of the diversity of Emerging Markets countries.
A recent executive order seeks to clean house in Washington and hints at a more moderate political climate.
Gold ETFs drove gold's outperformance in the last bull market. But with no such force this time around, gold appears back to its usual bull market underperformance.
An accessible history of the bull markets spanning the '80s and '90s, but skip the analysis.
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