Jason Dorrier
Into Perspective

The Big Bang

By, 05/28/2010
If the market could rise through FDR's first legislative barrage, then it's likely to ride out today's less revolutionary round too. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Media Hype/Myths

A Crisis of Irony

By, 05/28/2010
Eurozone debt concerns have led to a lot of speculation, rumor, and talk lately—some of it rather ironic hot air. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Forecasting

Projecting on Growth

By, 05/27/2010
A recent OECD report significantly raised global economic growth forecasts for 2010 and 2011—despite European debt woes. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Interest Rates

LIBOR and TED’s Bogus Journey

By, 05/25/2010
Upticks in interbank borrowing rates are alarming some—but rates remain near historic lows. read more
Michael Hanson
Business in Review

Getting Off Track

By, 05/25/2010
John Taylor's short but pungent book on the financial crisis is the closest yet to articulating the truth of 2008's panic...but still doesn't quite get there. read more
Others

Of Politics and Markets

Political uncertainty in the US and Europe contributed to a volatile week for stocks read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Corrections and Other Common Anomalies

By, 05/21/2010
Market recoveries, and economic recoveries, aren't smooth slopes higher—occasional bumps along the road should be expected.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Politics

An Uphill Battle

By, 05/20/2010
German politicians recently banned naked short-selling of sovereign debt and bank shares. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Inflation

Dear Chancellor

By, 05/19/2010
The BoE has some explaining to do, but inflation is not a global worry yet. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Deficits

America, Still Popular

By, 05/18/2010
Recent data show it takes more than badmouthing to strip US assets of their popularity. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

The Fundamental Focus

By, 05/17/2010
As stocks waver on euro-worries, global economic fundamentals continue their strong showing. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

The Girl from Ipanema or Santorini?

By, 05/14/2010
Today's Brazil is an image of growth, but eight years ago it resembled Greece.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Emerging Markets

Little Inflation in Big China

By, 05/13/2010
Does an April uptick in Chinese inflation mean its explosive growth is unsustainable? Not just yet.read more
Brad Pyles
The Global View

Ghosts of Panics Past

By, 05/13/2010
If you're worried a collapse of China's real estate market will fuel the next global catastrophe, you're barking up the wrong tree. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

A Hearing a Day

By, 05/12/2010
Congressional hearings give the air of "action” but accomplish little.read more
Michael Hanson
Business in Review

The World Is Flat

By, 05/11/2010
Now in its third version, Thomas Friedman's The World Is Flat has proven itself the keystone popular analysis on modern globalization. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Developed Markets

C’est Un Bazooka

By, 05/11/2010
The EU unleashed a bazooka-sized rescue package on Sunday. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

No PM and More Volatility

By, 05/10/2010
Despite political uncertainty in Britain and widespread fears of a European debt contagion, economic news was overwhelmingly positive.read more
Aaron Anderson
The Global View

Comparing Contagions

By, 05/07/2010
Should investors find solace in comparisons between Europe today and the Asian financial crisis? read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

The Only Thing to Fear Is…Fear!

By, 05/07/2010
A volatile day on Wall Street left investors scratching their headsread more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Media Hype/Myths

Upbeat on Unemployment

By, 05/06/2010
Unemployment news recently is trending more positive—but expect the unemployment rate to remain high for awhile as more people start seeking jobs. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Rumors and Rhetoric

By, 05/05/2010
Despite positive economic news, sovereign debt speculation sent global markets spiraling on Tuesday.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

“Short”-comings

By, 05/04/2010
Hedge funds betting against the market get hurt—sometimes in a big way—when stock prices rise. read more
Michael Hanson
Business in Review

The Richest Man in Babylon

By, 05/04/2010

The Richest Man in Babylon is a great book for your graduating grandchildren, but probably too hammy for the rest of us.

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Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
GDP

Third Time’s Also a Charm

By, 05/03/2010
The US economy expanded for the third consecutive quarter. read more

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