Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

OMG! Prosperity!

By, 10/29/2010
Mobile computing technology is exploding in Emerging Markets, which is a windfall for the global economy. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Monetary Policy

In Queue, QE2

By, 10/28/2010
The question of will they or won't they is falling wayside to questions over how much?read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
GDP

All Is Never Well

By, 10/27/2010
UK Q3 GDP doubled expectations and shows how even moderate growth can upset too-dour expectations. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Currencies

Currency “Clash”

By, 10/26/2010
The G-20 came to a vague agreement over the weekend regarding currency valuations. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

Wall Street Pros Bailout Government

By, 10/25/2010
Many decry Wall Street profiting from governmental programs put in place during the financial panic, but the opposite is closer to the truth. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

Bashing the Bank Piñata

By, 10/22/2010
Financials are finding ways around new regulations faster than Washington can enact new ones. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Deficits

No Pain, No Gain for Ye Olde Brits?

By, 10/21/2010
Will big British spending cuts bring down its public deficit without bringing down the economy?read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Currencies

The Great Monetary Wall

By, 10/20/2010
China surprised investors by hiking interest rates Tuesday.  read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Production Chugs Along

By, 10/19/2010
US industrial production fell in September—but investors needn't worry much over small monthly fluctuations. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

A Recent History of Technical Analysis’ Recent History Lessons

By, 10/18/2010
Technical indicators frequently grab investors' attention—but let's use recent history to assess their success. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

We’re All Jelly Donuts

By, 10/15/2010
Global economic prosperity is possible, and Germany shows how it's achievable.  read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Corporate Earnings

Taking Stock of Earnings

By, 10/14/2010
We could see another quarter of solid S&P 500 earnings.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

More Monetary Easing?

By, 10/13/2010
Investors devoured the Fed minutes from its latest meeting.  read more
Michael Hanson
Business in Review

Choice 2-Pack

By, 10/12/2010

How We Decide proves Jonah Lehrer ranks among the best active science writers, while Sheena Iyengar's The Art of Choosing is a sometimes cluttered but broader meditation on the act of choice in our lives.

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Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Of Taxes and Politics

By, 10/12/2010
Midterms elections are fast approaching, and politicians are talking taxes. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

It’s USA. Not USSA.

By, 10/11/2010
Friday's US unemployment report showed little improvement in the jobless rate—but it did reveal a smaller government payroll, adding further evidence recent socialism fears were (and are) overblown. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Trade

Protectionist Hot Air

By, 10/08/2010
This year's wave of free trade agreements shows cooperation among nations is increasing, despite recent protectionist headlines.  read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Emerging Markets

Surge of the Emerging

By, 10/07/2010
It seems investors have taken note of Emerging Markets' current growth and growth prospects.read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Others

Japan’s QE and ZIRP

By, 10/06/2010
Japan surprised investors with its particularly dovish monetary policy announcement Tuesday. read more
Brad Pyles
Into Perspective

Understanding the Potential for Deflation

By, 10/05/2010

If you're looking for a major bout of deflation, you'd better be hoping for a monetary policy mistake.

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Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Market Cycles

Paring Shares

By, 10/05/2010
US companies' share buybacks have been increasing—shrinking overall stock supply. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

One Less Four-Letter Word

By, 10/04/2010
The unpopular Troubled Assets Relief Fund (TARP) closed to new business on Sunday—posting vastly smaller-than-feared costs and perhaps smaller-than-perceived successes. read more
Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
US Economy

No September Slump

By, 10/01/2010
September surprised investors by beating expectations, and if history is any guide, there might be more good news in store. read more

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