Hulcher, John

John is the Client Operations Group Vice President at Fisher Investments, and has been with the firm since 2006.

Yet More Bull—Mega Style

12/05/2012

With technical analysis, a unique interpretation is essential to gain advantage—and fundamentals are essential to that unique interpretation.

This Mr. Smith Didn’t Go To Washington

07/23/2010
As the US financial overhaul bill takes flight, I remember Adam Smith.

Derivatives 101

04/29/2010
Derivatives are getting a bad rap these days. But they're merely investment tools—not inherently good or bad—and often quite useful.

Don’t Go With the (Fund) Flow

02/24/2010
Sticking with a long-term investment strategy can be tough during heightened volatility, but disciplined investors generally experience better returns in the long run.

Doubting Thomas Versus The Proverb

11/12/2009
Assuming you agree March 9th marked the bear's bottom, we're eight months into a new bull and the S&P 500 is up roughly +60%—yet skepticism abounds.

A Sham for the Ages

07/27/2009
Should something as important as your investment allocation be determined by age alone? If only investing were so simple.

Another Type of Bull

05/27/2009
What do candlesticks, oscillators, and Elliot waves have in common? Give up? They're technical indicators—charting analysis recording past market activity used by some to predict future market direction. Rather than balance sheets and economic data, technical analysts use price, volume, and open interest as information sources.

Don’t Get So Defensive!

05/27/2008
Defensive portfolio tactics are all the rage when stock markets hiccup. But they can get you into a lot of trouble.

Technical Paralysis

12/12/2007
Relying on technical indicators alone for market forecasting is potentially treacherous. There is no pure technical method proven to deliver practical long-term value as a primary driver in portfolio management.

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