There is no evidence today's inflation rate is problematic for stocks. This is another brick in the bull market's wall of worry.
September is notoriously a poor month for global stock markets, but this does not mean investors should rush to cash their chips in.
Ken Fisher says the protectionist posturing that has worried markets in recent months is likely to be overdone
Going global is the key to stabilising investment return streams, says Ken Fisher.
If your adviser says 'Yes!' to every order you give him, he's not doing you any favours, or really earning his keep, says Ken Fisher.
Reading news tells you what everyone is focused on, but to be successful you should know something others don't, says Ken Fisher.
The world has always been a difficult place, but equity markets take calamity in their stride, argues Ken Fisher.
Equities can, should and probably will continue annualising a higher rate of return than GDP growth. This is why that makes sense.
Don't fear volatility, says Ken Fisher. It's not predictive; and, over time, upside volatility happens more often. Embrace it.
Volatility isn't the only risk investors face, says Ken Fisher. There's also interest rate risk, inflation risk and political risk to name a few.