All the fear surrounding China is silly, because the largest holder of US government debt is... domestic US investors, says Ken Fisher.
So far there is little evidence of the crash predicted by Brexit bears, but investors must start thinking like the markets, says Ken Fisher.
Foreign equity and bond investing shouldn't be any more or less risky than domestic investing, says Ken Fisher at Fisher Investments.
This is a great time to own shares, explains Ken Fisher, but which stocks should investors be buying in this election year.
The statistical quirk that sees stock markets have been positive every year ending in 'five' since 1926 is just that, says Ken Fisher.
The word 'deficit' shares a Latin root with 'deficient', but when it comes to trade, deficits aren't deficient, says Ken Fisher.
Are consumers important to the economy? Of course, says Ken Fisher, but they aren't nearly as fickle as most people fear.
All equity risk premium projections are as much bunk as anyone else's long-term forecasts, says Ken Fisher.
Investors should react bullishly toward government deficits, says Ken Fisher. When it comes to stocks, you should fear surpluses.
There are no iron-clad 'when X is up, sell stocks, and when X is down, buy stocks' rules that work long term, says Ken Fisher.