Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

The Program That Wasn’t There

By, 06/30/2009
Banks are less interested in the government's help these days. That's a good thing. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Reversing the Stimulus

By, 06/29/2009
The Fed's "exit strategy” needn't be precise. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

Trifling Transformers

By, 06/26/2009
President Obama signed off on the "cash for clunkers” program Wednesday. Don't hold your breath on this one folks. read more
Others

The Boring Bull

Folks looking for explosive headlines often overlook the quiet bits of good news likely to drive markets higher. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Globalization

Buy Apple Pie

By, 06/24/2009
Rising American protectionism is provoking retaliation. But history's hardest lessons should stem the tide. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Forecasting

Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs

By, 06/23/2009
Investors seem discouraged by the World Bank's dour economic forecast, but even "official” forecasts don't really mean much for stocks.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

Witching Hour

By, 06/22/2009
A seemingly ghoulish event known as quadruple witching took place this week, but long-term investors shouldn't fear its spells.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

Voting and Weighing

By, 06/19/2009
Short-term market volatility has never inhibited long-term value recognition or positive returns.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

Regulator Rubik’s Cube

By, 06/18/2009
Today's announced financial regulatory proposals are moderate but highlight why investors should beware US Financials for now.read more
Brad Pyles
Into Perspective

The Inevitability of the Next Bull

By, 06/17/2009
History and a belief in capitalism tell us the most probable event following a bear market is a bull market.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

The Earliest Bird

By, 06/17/2009
Economically sensitive sectors should lead the recovery—especially Materials, the earliest bird.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Investor Sentiment

Trial by Volatility

By, 06/16/2009
Pullbacks are to be expected during market recoveries.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

Yesterday’s Breaking News

By, 06/15/2009
Fed reports showed US household wealth dropped in Q1, but this is hardly new news! read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

A Fire Sale Four

By, 06/12/2009
Rising US Treasury yields—alarming or alluring?  read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

Not a Bair Market

By, 06/11/2009
Recent government feuding over Citigroup's stock conversion highlights political risk within the slowly healing financial sector.read more
Doug Regner
Repeatable History

Craig Newmark Stole Your Morning Paper

By, 06/10/2009
Did the newspaper stop arriving at your doorstep? If you live in Denver, Baltimore, Cincinnati, or Albuquerque, a major local newspaper has shut its doors over the last three years. Seattle, Detroit, Mesa, and Flint readers still receive a physical local paper—but only a few days a week. Content is delivered solely online other days. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

Baby, You Can Drive My Volvo

By, 06/10/2009
America's auto industry is as American as strudel, sushi, and bangers and mash.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Investor Sentiment

Fear of Heights

By, 06/09/2009
Markets don't adhere to humans' preference for moderation. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Time’s Test

By, 06/08/2009
An obscure benchmark for raw materials shipping costs adds its weight to other tentative signs of recovery. read more
Michael Hanson
Neuro-economics

The Greatest Redistribution

By, 06/08/2009
While we fret over taxes, the greatest wealth redistribution of all time is happening under our noses—in the stock market.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

One War at a Time

By, 06/05/2009
Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke called for deficit reduction this week—what gives? read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Politics

Banks and the Temple of Doom

By, 06/04/2009
Big banks are eagerly trying to escape TARP, but it isn't easy. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Reserved Panda-monium

By, 06/03/2009
Fears about China moving away from the US dollar eased as policymakers vocalized a simple truth: The greenback is China's only realistic option today.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

Don’t Bow to Dow

By, 06/02/2009
It's time investors stopped bowing to the Dow—it's a poorly constructed index.read more
Lara Hoffmans
Inconvenient Truths

Michigan’s Tragi-Comedy

By, 06/01/2009
Unless you're a Lansing fourth-grader or a Latin geek, it's unlikely you can translate: "Si quaeris peninsulam amoenam circumspice.” But all Michiganders know "if you seek a pleasant peninsula, look about you.” read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Interest Rates

The Name Is Bond

By, 06/01/2009
The 10-year US Treasury bond yield recently spiked to a six-month high. Rather than cause for concern, it could be a sign of improving conditions ahead.read more

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