Will the upcoming election have positive or negative effects for investors? Fisher Investments infographic on the upcoming election looks at some facts and figures about potential shifts in political power.
Your Chief Enemy Today Is Likely Yourself
“Now, during a time of massive volatility, isn’t a time to trade—it’s time for introspection.”
“Volatile swings like those that followed Thursday night’s Brexit vote aren’t a call to action. They are a call for reason.”
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Fisher Investments CEO Ken Fisher says the markets want to grind through fear of what happened in the terror attacks and what will happen with the interest rate hike.
Interviewed by Shartia Brantely, Reuters on November 20, 2015
Is the Fed about to make the dollar too strong? We aren’t sure what that means since currencies are only strong (or weak) relative to other currencies. But that doesn’t stop folks from fearing it.
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Interesting outlook for the upcoming presidential elections.
It is the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November, and precisely 53 weeks from today American voters will head to the polls to select their country’s next president. And with that in mind, we offer this pearl from our boss, Fisher Investments CEO and founder, Ken Fisher:
“…Presidents, whatever their stripes, tend not to make or break stock markets.”
– Ken Fisher, Forbes, September 26, 1994.
The full story is available on MarketMinder.com: Ken Fisher: ‘Bad Politicians Don’t Mean Bear Markets’
Trade negotiators finalized the Trans-Pacific Partnership on Sunday, but hurdles still remain. Interesting view of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) – the complete article is available on MarketMinder.com