Do IPOs Signal Trouble? Hardly, Says Fisher

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.

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Fisher: Buyback Bashing Is Bunk

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.

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Fisher’s “Un-American” Stance

Kenneth Fisher is high on America. He’s just not overly keen on its stocks right now.
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Fisher On The Impact Of War On Markets

While many investors are worried that several conflicts around the globe will mean disaster for stocks, Kenneth Fisher says history offers a different lesson.
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Fisher: Bet On An Un-Average Second Half

Stocks are on track for a pretty average year. But Kenneth Fisher says to expect a well above average second half.
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Fisher On The Small-Cap Myth

In his latest column, Kenneth Fisher looks back on some of the lessons he’s learned over his 30 years as a Forbes columnist.
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Fisher On A Bullish Political Factor

While 2014 has been a mediocre year for stocks, Kenneth Fisher says he expects things to heat up later in the year thanks in part to the Presidential Election Cycle.
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