Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Silence of the PIIGS

By, 07/30/2010
PIIGS debt auctions are garnering less and less attention in the financial media–and no news is good news. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Politics

Spill Bill on the Hill

By, 07/29/2010
Is there enough political will to pass a contentious energy bill?read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Basel III Takes Shape

By, 07/28/2010
A more moderate amendment to the global book of bank rules gained wide acceptance Monday—alleviating more financial uncertainty.  read more
Michael Hanson
Business in Review

Squam Lake and Senseless Panic

By, 07/28/2010
William M. Isaac's Senseless Panic is a sensible voice of reason and experience on the 2008 panic, while the ballyhooed Squam Lake Report is just more claptrap.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Politics

European Stress Management

By, 07/27/2010
Even a more stringent look at Europe's banks show they are healthier than many expect. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Developed Markets

Releasing Less Stress

By, 07/26/2010
Step off the treadmill and remove the EKG—the stress test is over.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Earnings to Fly

By, 07/23/2010
Q2 2010 corporate earnings are exceeding expectations, a trend that looks likely to continue. read more
John Hulcher
Into Perspective

This Mr. Smith Didn’t Go To Washington

By, 07/23/2010
As the US financial overhaul bill takes flight, I remember Adam Smith.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Monetary Policy

Lowering the Economic Bar

By, 07/22/2010
Fed Chief Ben Bernanke's testimony revealed a weaker outlook for growth—but also expectations for a continued recovery.read more
Michael Hanson
Business in Review

Capitalism 4.0

By, 07/22/2010

Anatole Kaletsky's Capitalism 4.0 is deft, erudite, and essential reading for those looking to better understand the global macroeconomic future ahead.

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Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Developed Markets

Dear Prudence

By, 07/21/2010
Though austerity has its risks, a balanced perspective shows the measures taken could have long-term benefits. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Emerging Markets

Energizing Global Growth

By, 07/20/2010
A new report shows China consumed more energy than the US last year. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Chips and a Dip

By, 07/19/2010
Recent market negativity—including Friday's sell-off—has some questioning the recovery. But what do chips have to say to the dip?read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Reform to the Norm

By, 07/16/2010
As expected, Congress passed Wall Street reform on Thursday. Given the resulting hodge-podge of studies and feckless changes, was the goal real reform or political gain?read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

On PIIGS and Needles

By, 07/15/2010
Signs show PIIGS and the eurozone aren't doing as badly as feared. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Corporate Earnings

Tuning Out the Static

By, 07/14/2010
Earnings season is here, and the last couple quarters' strong earnings showing seems likely to continue.  read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Konnichiwa—and Sayonara?

By, 07/13/2010
Japan's latest election results show yet another political power shift. read more
Michael Hanson
Business in Review

Wrong

By, 07/13/2010

David H. Freedman's book about why and how experts are often wrong lacks depth and is probably not worth your time.

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Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Emerging Markets

The Long March

By, 07/12/2010
The Long March is legendary in modern Chinese history—but perhaps the reference should now change to reference the ongoing journey of rapid economic development. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Market Cycles

Lit Crit 101

By, 07/09/2010
The IMF's latest outlook, while laced with pessimism, has plenty of good news.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Currencies

Still a Yuan for US Debt

By, 07/08/2010
China still desires US debt—despite the easing of the yuan-dollar peg.read more
Jarred Kriz
Repeatable History

Through Failure, We Grow Stronger

By, 07/08/2010
The credit cycle can be hazardous if not properly navigated. Those strong enough to endure the downside will be even stronger as the cycle turns—and it is starting to turn.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

Economic Relativity

By, 07/07/2010
As the economic recovery matures, it's important to separate a declining rate of growth from an absolute decline.  read more
Michael Hanson
Business in Review

Myth of the Rational Market

By, 07/06/2010

Jonathan Fox's Myth of the Rational Market is a great primer into the history of efficient market theory, but doesn't do what the title promises.

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Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Negative Needles in Positive Haystacks

By, 07/02/2010
The ongoing correction and negative first half year returns stoked pessimism in many. But is this indicative of what lies ahead?read more
Jason Dorrier
Into Perspective

Depression Economics II

By, 07/02/2010
In case you didn't catch it the first time, Depression economics is getting an encore presentation.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Politics

All Else Is Never Equal

By, 07/01/2010
Correction fears continued cycling Wednesday, even as fretted "crises” show signs of moderation. read more

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