Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Politics

The Threat of Tit for Tat

By, 09/30/2010
US legislation targeting China's currency policy seems ill-advised. read more
Michael Hanson
Business in Review

The Number: What Do You Need for the Rest of Your Life and What Will It Cost?

By, 09/30/2010

Lee Eisenberg's The Number is a surprisingly fresh take on the issues of savings and retirement.

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Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

The Semantics of Recovery

By, 09/29/2010
Few admit it, but recovery is almost over and expansion almost here. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Politics

Gridlock on the Beltway

By, 09/28/2010
Increased political gridlock looks likely—and investors should cheer read more
Theodore Gilliland
Into Perspective

Don’t Wait on Housing

By, 09/28/2010

A housing recovery would help, but we aren't lost without it.

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Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Corporate Earnings

Headlines Deceive

By, 09/27/2010
Beneath the surface, Friday's US durable goods report showed businesses confidently deployed cash in August.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Reading Between the Unemployment Lines

By, 09/24/2010
Look past the headlines—and the unemployment lines may be getting shorter.read more
Todd Bliman
The Big Picture

On Wheelbarrows and Flogging

By, 09/23/2010

Instead of planning for attention-grabbing hyperinflation, consider today's reality and what's more likely in store.

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Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Investor Sentiment

Credit Where Credit's Due

By, 09/23/2010
The US corporate debt default rate is down dramatically and now expected to fall further to pre-financial crisis levels.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Skin and Bones

By, 09/22/2010
The Fed's most recent policy statement was sparse as ever, intimating the central bank remains flexible.       read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Market Cycles

And So It Ends

By, 09/21/2010
NBER announced the recession officially ended in June 2009.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

First, a Trickle

By, 09/20/2010
The Fed's Flow of Funds report showed Americans' net worth fell in Q2—but also showed US non-financial companies maintained a massive $1.84 trillion cash hoard. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Show Me the Yuan

By, 09/17/2010
China will eventually have to free its capital markets and currency, but doing so gradually may be preferable to forcing the issue.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Currencies

Yen-tervention

By, 09/16/2010
Japan intervened in currency markets to help its exporters—but will intervention have the desired results?read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

This Day in History

By, 09/15/2010
Lehman Brothers is history, but the fallout from its failure still seems fresh.      read more
Michael Hanson
Business in Review

The Shallows and Cognitive Surplus

By, 09/14/2010

Nicholas Carr's The Shallows is spotty, but ultimately an important read for today's investor. Clay Shirky's Cognitive Surplus often makes the right points, but in tedious fashion.

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Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Investor Sentiment

Deconstructing a Wall of Worry

By, 09/14/2010
Announcements and data have recently done an excellent job of countering common fears. Monday was no exception. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Politics

Incorrectly Political

By, 09/13/2010
As US midterm elections approach, much of the heated debate surrounds the economy. But buying into their accounts is potentially dangerous for investors. read more
Todd Bliman
The Big Picture

Don’t Bank on Deflation

By, 09/10/2010
A lot of ink has been spilled lately over deflation worries, but let's assess the past and present before considering it imminent. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Recycled Pessimism

By, 09/10/2010
If you believe the media hype, 2010 might seem like a lost cause, but there's still plenty of time for global stocks to have a solid year. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Geopolitics

Basel-ed on Rumors

By, 09/09/2010
Rumors are flying over the details of "Basel III” international banking standards ahead of Sunday's big reveal.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

A Bearish Back-and-Forth

By, 09/08/2010
Investors refocused on Europe Tuesday—the latest shift in this year's bearish back-and-forth.     read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

Dumb Bears

By, 09/07/2010
Double-dip fears are nothing new, and their existence doesn't confirm that the fears are valid. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

A Nice Thought

By, 09/03/2010
Central banks remain flexible as credit conditions continue to thaw.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Goring the Global Growth Slowdown

By, 09/02/2010
Wednesday's global manufacturing data effectively pulled another leg out from under the double-dip table. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Beyond These Borders

By, 09/01/2010
To properly frame the US double-dip debate, global investors need to keep the whole world in mind.     read more

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