Renowned Forbes Columnist
His market forecasts are among the most accurate as measured by independent 3rd party CXO Advisory Group. The research firm’s “Guru Grades” assesses the accuracy of publicly available forecasts of 33 experts regarding the future direction of the overall U.S. stock market.
Ken Fisher is the chairman and CEO of Fisher Investments, a $35 billion independent money management firm he founded over 20 years ago, serving large corporate and public pension plans, as well as endowments, foundations, and high net worth individuals.
Aside from New York Times Best Seller The Only Three Questions That Count, he has written three major finance books including 1984’s bestselling stock market book, Super Stocks, and has also been published in and/or interviewed by numerous finance and business periodicals. Ken’s early theoretical work in the 1970s developed a tool known as the Price-to-Sales Ratio, which is now part of core financial curriculum. His recent research focuses on the emerging field of behavioralism and has appeared in many professional and scholarly journals such as the Journal of Portfolio Management and Financial Analysts Journal.
- Self-made billionaire on Forbes 400 List of Richest Americans in 2006
- Long-running Forbes Portfolio Strategy columnist for 22 years.
- New York Times best-selling author of four investments books
- Top ranked market forecaster as measured by an independent 3rd party
- CEO of Fisher Investments, a $35 billion money management firm he founded 2 decades ago
Praise for Ken Fisher:
“This may be the single best thing you could do this year to make yourself a better investor.”
James J. Cramer, Host of CNBC’s Mad Money
“. . . for aggressive investors – from one of the investment world’s most original thinkers.”
Charles R. Schwab, Founder, Chairman and CEO, The Charles Schwab Corporation
“. . . an eye-opening, capital-gains producing experience.”
Steve Forbes, CEO of Forbes, Inc. and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes
“. . . food for thought for anyone craving a fresh take on investing.”
Gregory E. Johnson, President and CEO, Franklin Resources, Inc.
“Original thinking and witty . . . a great investor.”
Rich Karlgaard, Forbes
“In an increasingly unquestioning world, Mr. Fisher has a refreshingly contrarian
take on pretty much every subject you care to mention.”
Steve Johnson, Financial Times
- The Only Three Questions That Count: Investing by Knowing What Others Don’t