Fisher Investments reviews primary investment sectors and key financial topics through a series of books published in partnership with John Wiley & Sons under the Fisher Investments Press imprint. You can find many of these books through major retailers.
Fisher Investments reviews third-party business, investing and finance books as well. You can find employee book reviews on MarketMinder.com or on Research Analyst Michael Hanson's blog, Investing IQ.
(regulation, interest rates, and credit trends), takes you through the components of the industries within the global Financial sector, offers investment strategies on when and how to be overweight in specific industries within a sector, and much more. << See Less
this guide you can learn about the unique challenges of investing in Technology to design investment strategies that are right for you. This book will guide you through the fundamentals of investing in Technology and teach you to identify opportunities in various market conditions. << See Less
opportunities within the global Industrials sector. This book can help investors make more informed decisions within the Industrials sector, as it explores industry fundamentals and drivers while identifying potential obstacles. << See Less
staples sector is segmented by industries, analyzing their respective macroeconomic drivers and the challenges facing companies within the sector. Similar to other sector guides, it will demonstrate a top-down approach for determining sub-industries with the highest potential to outperform and choosing... << See Less
Thinking Like a Portfolio Manager—the book covers everything from the sector’s fifteen sub-industries to top-down investment methodology and individual security analysis. Fisher Investments on Materials also provides a five-step process to aid in categorizing major players, intended... << See Less
foreign stocks. In reality, much of this is driven by lack of knowledge and experience in foreign markets. The idea that investment options are limited by borders is antiquated and can be detrimental to investing in today’s global markets. Fact is US equity markets make-up less than half... << See Less
Ayn Rand’s Idealism Explains Her Enduring Success — By CHARLES C. JOHNSON I admit—freely—often my biggest hang-up with Ms. Rand was that she’s too pure, too idealistic, advocating a worldview not possible in this world. Charles Johnson’s recent IBD
Ken Fisher and Lara Hoffmans have published their layperson’s guide to building a basic wealth plan — I couldn’t recommend it more. Plan Your Prosperity Much like his other books, Ken Fisher takes a route of empowering the average investor, being
This blog has long fought the inertia of dystopic Mathusian thinking, which never proves true but continues to be one of the prevailing fictional narratives of intellectual discourse. Matt Ripley’s The Rational Optimist was one of the best
Please indulge me for a book review not at all about investing. One of the reasons, I think, Thoreau’s immortal quip, “The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation” is so famous is because it’s so true. For reasons that don’t matter, I recently
If you haven’t yet perused Ken Fisher and Lara Hoffmans’ new book, Markets Never Forget, it’s a must read for any serious-minded stock investor (all their books are). So what if I’m biased (I work with both). Their work offers views you won’t read
Almost agnostic of genre, this fall is set to be one of the best in recent memory for new books. On my reading list the next couple months will be: 1. The Quest: Energy, Security, and the Remaking of the Modern World - Daniel Yergin 2. The
There are really only a few things you need to understand about probability and the stock market. Stock markets are Complex, Emergent, and Adaptive Systems (CEAS). Which means no mathematical model on earth can predict them accurately all the time.
Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error – Kathryn Schulz I’m throwing this book on the blog today because I don’t feel like writing a separate book review about it on MarketMinder, and there’s been plenty written ad nausem on cognitive
Food Politics: What Everyone Needs to Know — Robert Paarlberg For my job at Fisher Investments, I’m out on the road quite a bit each year, speaking to investors from all over the country. One of the things that used to amaze to me when I
How to Get Rich: One of the World’s Greatest Entrepreneurs Shares His Secrets— Felix Dennis The Narrow Road: A Brief Guide to the Getting of Money— Felix Dennis Here are the books containing those things that every great, rich business owner knows in