Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

Location, Location, Location

By, 08/31/2009
Signs of improvement in the housing market are welcome but not necessary for the stock market rally to continue.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

Stay in September

By, 08/28/2009
Despite investing myths to the contrary, September isn't a cursed month for investors. read more
Scott Pace
The Big Picture

Sell in May, and Go Astray

By, 08/27/2009
It's almost September, and investors who "sold in May and went away,” as the old saying goes, probably wish they'd never left.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Forecasting

CB-Uh-Oh?

By, 08/27/2009
Investors shouldn't fear the CBO's deficit prediction—it matters little to stocks.  read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Politics

And the Nominee Is…

By, 08/26/2009
Predictably, President Obama nominated Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke for another four years Tuesday.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Developed Markets

Sayonara, LDP?

By, 08/25/2009
If current polls are correct, Japan may soon be saying sayonara to its long-ruling Liberal Democratic Party. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Market Cycles

The Tortoise and the Hare

By, 08/24/2009
Stock prices haven't come too far, too fast. On the contrary, outsized returns are typical for the initial stages of a bull market and are likely to continue.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

Buckle Up

By, 08/21/2009
Investors needn't fear China's stock market correction. read more
Lara Hoffmans
Inconvenient Truths

Macbeth and Mirrorballs

By, 08/21/2009
Macbeth is Shakespeare's shortest play, and perhaps his most instructive for politicians. Swap out witches for lobbyists divining the future in a swamp, and it's not Scotland—it's modern day DC.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

Alphabet Soup Recovery

By, 08/20/2009
Contrary to popular belief, the stock market and the economy don't move in lockstep. Markets can recover in a V—even while the economy L's, W's, or Q's for a bit. read more
Doug Regner
Repeatable History

What the Tweet Is a Blog?

By, 08/20/2009
If not on paper, where will we find news and information, particularly concerning investments? An avalanche of content has already moved to "blogs.”read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Monetary Policy

The Monetary Punch

By, 08/19/2009
Inflation's absence tells us the Fed's monetary punch is mixed just right.  read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

Pulling Weeds

By, 08/18/2009
Colonial BancGroup's failure is typical of recessions' tendency to weed out weaker firms. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

The Report of the Consumer’s Death is an Exaggeration

By, 08/17/2009
The cards might seem stacked against a rebound in consumption, but consumers are much more resilient than most think.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

Out of the Gates

By, 08/14/2009
France and Germany announced positive Q2 GDP numbers Thursday, adding to signs a global economic recovery is well underway.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

Brainlessly Buoyant?

By, 08/13/2009
Stocks' fast pace has some fretting bubbles. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Capitalism

Sickness or Health

By, 08/12/2009
Innovation happens all the time—even during downturns. read more
Jason Dorrier
Into Perspective

Freaky Like the Long Island Express...

By, 08/11/2009
Unexpected events spook markets from time to time—freaky stuff like the New England Hurricane of 1938. But it takes something of wider reach and deeper destruction, like world war, to derail fresh bull markets and deliver a dreaded L-shaped recovery. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Forecasting

Bangladeshi Butter Indicator

By, 08/11/2009
Beware extrapolating past stock returns to predict future ones. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

The Day the Twitter Died

By, 08/10/2009
Bottom news stories are often the ones behind surging stocks. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

Training Wheels

By, 08/07/2009
Central banks worldwide are maintaining flexible monetary policies as the global financial system continues its recovery.read more
Carolyn Feng
Capitalist Corner

Hoopla Over Pay

By, 08/06/2009
The closest I've been to $42.9 million (the total pay received by Goldman Sachs' Lloyd Blankfein in 2008) is in newspaper print. But I'm not appalled, aggrieved, or angered. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Media Hype/Myths

Attack of the Machines!

By, 08/06/2009
Relax, high-frequency trading isn't necessarily an enemy to everyday investors.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Politics

Nothing Sweeter Than Sour Grapes

By, 08/05/2009
Washington's legislative loggerheads could benefit stock investors.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Developed Markets

Reading Rainbows

By, 08/04/2009
Positive manufacturing readings across the globe are welcome signs.read more
Read Price
Into Perspective

Fifth-Grade Math

By, 08/04/2009
There's a tendency for people to think of their wealth in terms of the number of actual dollars they own, as opposed to their level of purchasing power.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

Don’t Call It a Comeback

By, 08/03/2009
The US economy could be on the verge of renewed growth, but extremely cautious optimism pervades. read more

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