In his latest Forbes column, top strategist Kenneth Fisher talks about why he hates annuities, and why he remains bullish on stocks.
Following this month’s elections, many are fretting about the likely gridlock that will dominate the American political system. But Kenneth Fisher says gridlock is just what markets like.
Some have been wondering whether the amount of initial public offerings recently is a sign of euphoric sentiment in the market. But Kenneth Fisher says it’s not the number of IPOs that matters, but the type.
While many bears have said that a boom in share buybacks has been a drag on growth and a way of masking weak earnings and revenues, top strategist Kenneth Fisher says that’s nonsense.
Kenneth Fisher is high on America. He’s just not overly keen on its stocks right now.
While many investors are worried that several conflicts around the globe will mean disaster for stocks, Kenneth Fisher says history offers a different lesson.