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; 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.

강세장에서 수익내는 요령 “아무것도 하지 말고 버텨라”

By Ken Fisher, Chosun Ilbo, Friday, November 24, 2023

“뭔가 하지 말고 그냥 가만히 있어야 한다.” 전설적인 투자자 잭 보글의 말은 지금처럼 강세장이 요동칠 때 빛나는 조언이다. 높은 변동성에도 이번 강세장은 굳건하다. 큰 수익을 거두려면 인내심이 필요하다. 쉽지는 않겠지만, 침착할 필요가 있다. 지금 가장 현명한 선택은 아무것도 하지 않는 것이다.

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攻破市場迷思 揭示投資機遇

By Ken Fisher, Hong Kong Economic Journal, Monday, November 20, 2023


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Inflation really has been vanquished and share prices will soon respond

By Ken Fisher, The Telegraph, Monday, November 20, 2023

Is inflation really cooling? While the rate of price rises has slowed sharply in the eurozone and America, in Britain there are fears that inflationary pressures remain entrenched. The war in the Middle East is reigniting worries over energy prices and the spectre of a “wage-price spiral” fans the flames. How do I see it? When it comes to inflation, money supply trumps all. Its recent global cooling signals that future inflation spikes really are dead. Let me explain how it works.

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Why debt doom fears are beyond wrong … and bullish for markets

By Ken Fisher, The Globe and Mail, Friday, November 17, 2023

Debt got you down? Duelling debt dramas pervade financial headlines from Oshawa to Orlando. Are North American governments – and consumers – living on borrowed time? With interest rates up, folks fear a reckoning. Let us dissect it to grasp a different reality: U.S. or Canadian, government or consumer, these debts aren’t near any looming calamity. Markets see this clearly, while most people can’t. Let me show you.

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By Ken Fisher, Caixin, Thursday, November 16, 2023


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