Anderson, Aaron

Aaron is a Senior Vice President of Research and one of four members of Fisher Investments' Investment Policy Committee. He has written two finance-related books: Own the World and The Making of a Market Guru: Forbes Presents 25 Years of Ken Fisher. Aaron has been with the firm since 2005.

Comparing Contagions

05/07/2010
Should investors find solace in comparisons between Europe today and the Asian financial crisis?

Curse the Dark or Light a Candle?

04/01/2010
Could Germany use credit default swaps to ease Greece's debt woes?

Confounding Currency Myths

09/17/2009
There's no shortage of opinions about the most important factors to consider when investing. I can't tell you if any foretell outsized returns, but I do know global investors of every ilk should keep an eye on one common factor: Currency exchange rates.

Transparency Is the New Black

01/13/2009
What do Members Only jackets, jazzercise leg warmers, acid wash jeans, and collateralized debt obligations have in common? They've fallen out of style in a big way.

Bernanke and the Bandit

02/26/2008
A Burt Reynolds film classic and the Fed? They've got more in common than you might think.

In the Zone

12/06/2007
Special Economic Zones are all the rage in the Emerging Markets. But do they help or hinder global economic development?

Basel II: The Rise of Risk Assessment

09/21/2007
While it's true most movie sequels flop at the box office, Basel II, the international banking standard follow-up, will have a better fate.

The Paparazzi Economy

07/20/2007
We Americans rightfully take a great deal of pride in our economic prowess, so it's understandable to feel a ping of jealousy reading the US's role in the global economy has diminished.

Always and Everywhere

04/24/2007
Open the business section of any newspaper and you'll undoubtedly find a headline about inflation.

Growing Pains

01/24/2007
2006 was quite a year.

Pray for Higher Prices

12/05/2006
So far, central banks around the world are doing an admirable job of keeping global inflation in check without choking off economic growth.

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