Fisher Investments Press
In 2008, Fisher Investments and John Wiley & Sons, Inc. created a partnership and new publishing imprint called Fisher Investments Press.
Background of Fisher Investments Press
Ken Fisher, founder & Executive Chairman of Fisher Investments, best-selling author and well known columnist, has been giving financial advice through his business practice and writings for over three decades. He began writing for Forbes magazine in 1984 and continues to write the prestigious "Portfolio Strategy" column today. In fact, Ken Fisher is currently the longest continuously running columnist in Forbes 90-plus year history. Ken Fisher also writes international columns for Germany's Focus magazine, and the online UK publication Interactive Investor, and has contributed articles and innovative research to many trade and mainstream publications globally. In 2010, he was named by Investment Advisor magazine as one of the 30 most influential industry individuals in the last 30 years.**
Ken Fisher published his first book, the best-selling Super Stocks, in 1984, which popularized the now widely-used Price to Sales Ratio, as Ken Fisher illustrated its application for successful stock picking. In 1987, Ken Fisher published The Wall Street Waltz, a financial picture book illustrating key events in the stock market's history. He later went on to publish 100 Minds that Made the Market in 1991, an entertaining look at individuals who made notable contributions to modern finance. In 2006, John Wiley & Sons published Ken Fisher's bestselling book, The Only Three Questions that Count, which presented a new framework for stock market investing, approaching it as a science rather than a craft. Ken Fisher has authored additional publications including Beat The Crowd (2015), The Little Book of Market Myths (2013), Plan Your Prosperity (2012), The Only Three Questions That STILL Count (2012), Markets Never Forget, (2011), Debunkery (2010), How to Smell a Rat (2009), and The Ten Roads to Riches (2008; revised 2017).
About Fisher Investments Founder & Executive Chairman, Ken Fisher
Ken Fisher serves as founder, Executive Chairman and Co-Chief Investment Officer of Fisher Investments, an independent fee-only investment adviser managing over $77 billion* and serving over 35,000 high net worth individuals, as well as many pensions, foundations and endowments globally. Fisher Investments has offices in Washington and California, with operations throughout the United States. Fisher Investments also has two wholly-owned subsidiaries: Fisher Investments UK in the United Kingdom and Grüner Fisher Investments GmbH, in Germany.
Ken Fisher is currently among top-ranked market forecasters by independent third-party research firm CXO Advisory Group***, and is #184 on the 2016 Forbes 400 list of richest Americans.
More Fisher Investments Publishing Resources
Fisher Investments also publishes a web magazine or "webzine" located at www.marketminder.com with daily news and commentary. Each day, its editorial staff scours hundreds of newspapers, magazines and blogs, bringing investors only the most important news - along with insightful commentary. In the Ken Fisher tradition, Fisher Investments' MarketMinder challenges common media myths and provides unique perspective and research-backed analysis, designed to help individuals make better investing decisions.
*As of 3/31/2017, Fisher Investments and its subsidiaries manage over $77 billion in assets—over $39 billion for North American private investors, over $33 billion for institutional investors and over $4 billion for European private investors.
***http://www.cxoadvisory.com/gurus. Based on a report completed in 2013 by CXO Advisory Group. The final report, titled "Guru Grades", contains accuracy ratings for 68 forecasters collected over a period from 2005 to 2012 including market forecasts by Ken Fisher as published in Forbes. Ken Fisher's market forecasts in Forbes represent his personal forecasts of the overall market and are not an indication of the performance of Fisher Investments. Not all forecasts may be as accurate as those in the past. Investing in securities involves the risk of loss. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.