Financial Columnist

Ken Fisher is a regular contributor to several publications, including the New York Post in the United States; the Daily Telegraph in the United Kingdom; Australia’s most read newspaper, The Australian; Denmark’s leading business newspaper, Børsen; Ireland’s The Business Post; Singapore’s The Business Times; Taiwan’s Business Weekly; Caixin—often called the “Bloomberg of China”; South Korea’s largest business paper, Chosun Weekly Biz; the Netherlands’ largest newspaper, De Telegraaf; Japan’s Diamond Weekly; Spain’s largest business website and newspaper, elEconomista; Germany’s Focus Money; Canada’s most read newspaper, The Globe and Mail; Switzerland’s leading business paper, Handelszeitung; the Hong Kong Economic Journal; Italy’s third largest newspaper and number one business paper, Il Sole 24 Ore; France’s L’Opinion; Belgium’s La Libre; the United Arab Emirates’ The National; and Austria’s Trend.

Ken is perhaps best known for his "Portfolio Strategy" column in Forbes magazine, which ran from 1984 through 2016, making him the longest continuously running columnist in Forbes’ history. You can navigate the full history of Ken Fisher’s market calls through his writings in Forbes via the Ken Fisher interactive timeline.

Not all past forecasts were, nor future forecasts will be, as accurate as those presented here. Forecasts are Ken Fisher's personal forecasts of the overall market as published in Forbes and do not represent the performance of Fisher Investments. Past performance is no guarantee of future returns. Investing in securities involves the risk of loss.


By Ken Fisher, Caixin, Friday, June 21, 2024


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Ken Fisher: Will the bull market continue? These key sentiment indicators I follow are sending a clear answer

By Ken Fisher, The Globe and Mail, Thursday, June 20, 2024

My 2024 outlook projected a strong year for global stocks, with the TSX lagging early before a late revival. So far, so good on that call. World stocks notched 15.9-per-cent gains through June 14, far ahead of the TSX’s 4.7 per cent. More gains await – globally and even in Canada, where the lag and a June swoon has deepened pessimism.

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This ugly destruction is endless and super great

By Ken Fisher, The Australian, Thursday, June 20, 2024

Break up big tech? Pandering politicians say the sector’s behemoths are too dominant, requiring a regulatory crackdown. It isn’t just Australian regulators and Senate committees. European pols yapped endlessly about tech “fixes” during the run-up to the EU elections. America’s looming November vote fans similar “break up the monopolies” talk.

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Cómo aprovechar la recuperación del sector energético

By Ken Fisher, Wednesday, June 12, 2024

¿Reavivará la inflación el encarecimiento del petróleo? Quizás de forma pasajera, pero el PBI y el consumo global han probado que los precios de la energía no son determinantes. Las economías y las bolsas han logrado crecer incluso con precios del petróleo más elevados de lo que se esperaba para 2024

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By Ken Fisher, Diamond, Monday, June 10, 2024


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提防騙人小把戲 看清股市真風險

By Ken Fisher, Hong Kong Economic Journal, Monday, June 10, 2024

市場威脅重重,多少是真風險,多少是小把戲?淡友眼中盡是「風險」,例如:中美貿易及關稅糾紛;俄烏戰爭與以巴衝突;減息前景不明朗;西方經濟體負債纍纍等等,擔心港股熾熱將逆轉,全球股市遭重擊。 其實,全都錯了。對股市來說,這些憂慮雖備受關注,但事實上無關痛癢,都是騙人小把戲。真正的威脅必然是對經濟有實際影

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By Ken Fisher, Business Weekly, Wednesday, June 5, 2024

儘管今年四月台股曾創下單日大跌七七四點的紀錄,卻未能阻擋其繼續攀升。我年初曾預測全球及台股將強勢成長,如今已是進行式,今年截至五月十三日,台股已飆升一六.三%,超越MSCI AC世界指數同期的漲幅,並將四月份的跌幅補了回來。未來無論全球股市或台股,仍皆有上漲空間。

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Marché boursier français : une vigueur remarquablement normale – par Ken Fisher

By Ken Fisher, L'Opinion, Wednesday, June 5, 2024

Les actions s’envolent-elles trop haut, trop vite ? Alors qu’entre le début de l’année et le 16 mai le marché boursier en France s’est inscrit en hausse de 10,1 % – parallèlement à la progression de 11,7 % des actions américaines – les plus pessimistes d’entre nous diront que les gains d’une année moyenne ont déjà été enregistrés et que le second semestre de 2024 ne devrait plus nous réserver de bonnes surprises. C’est absurde !

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