Bestselling Author, Forbes Columnist, Fisher Investments CEO
Ken Fisher is an investment manager, author and financial thinker of this generation. He is perhaps best known for his Forbes “Portfolio Strategy” column, where a 30 plus year tenure of high profile market calls makes him the third longest-running columnist in the magazine’s history. From 2005-2012, his Forbes market forecasts were among the most accurate as measured by third-party CXO Advisory Group1, the research firm whose “Guru Grades” rated the accuracy of publicly available expert forecasts on the stock market.
In 2010, he was recognized as one of the top 30 most influential individuals in the investment industry over the last 30 years.1 In 2011, he was recognized by Investment Advisor magazines IA 25 list of the most influential people in the advisory community2. In addition, Ken Fisher has been published, interviewed and /or been written about in numerous American, British and German finance and business periodicals. He writes a weekly column for Focus Money, a leading German magazine.
Ken Fisher has written 11 books, including four New York Times bestsellers: 2006’s The Only Three Questions That Count, 2008’s The Ten Roads to Riches, 2009’s How to Smell a Rat, and 2010’s Debunkery. In 1984, his Super Stocks was that year’s best-selling stock market book. Others include 1987’s The Wall Street Waltz and 1993’s 100 Minds That Made the Market, both re-released by John Wiley & Sons in 2007.
Ken Fisher is founder, Chairman and CEO of Fisher Investments, an independent, fee-only investment adviser serving institutional and high net worth investors in the US, UK Europe, and Canada. As a leading independent investment management firm, Fisher Investments participates in global equity and fixed income markets. The firm’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Fisher Investments UK, markets its services to investors in the UK. The firm’s joint venture affiliate, Grüner Fisher Investments GmbH, services investors in Germany.
Ken Fisher’s hobbies include the history of Kings Mountain, California and 19th century redwood lumbering history.