The Only Three Questions That Count: Investing by Knowing What Others Don't
Founder, Chairman & CEO of Fisher Investments
December 16, 2006
Ever wish you could have more success in investing? You can � but not until you know something others don't. In his fourth book, Ken hands his readers the tools they need to do just that, not just now, but repeatedly and for the rest of their investing lives.
To date, most other investment books have focused on the craft of investing, a craft that is built on a common mythology. Investors � both amateurs and professionals � accept without question dogmatic principles of investing, such as, high P/Es are bad for stocks; the high price of gasoline triggers inflation, market declines, and worse; federal budget deficits cause a weak dollar and poor market performance. Though these beliefs are commonly accepted, application of the scientific method easily debunks these and other trenchant untruths.
Readers of The Only Three Questions That Count will be shocked to find much of the basis for their investing decisions are based on provably false mythology. Ken Fisher, for the first time, shares the methodology he has used to great success managing money for his own clients. By treating investing as a science, instead of a craft, Fisher debunks many of the investing world's most pervasive and egregious myths. Moreover, he demonstrates an actionable scientific method investors can adapt immediately to increase their success rate, beginning today.
Ken Fisher is the founder, Chairman, and CEO of Fisher Investments, a multi-product money management firm with over $30 billion under management. He writes the prestigious "Portfolio Strategy" column in Forbes magazine, where his 22-year tenure of high-profile calls makes him the fifth-longest-running columnist in Forbes' 89-year history. He also writes a regular column for Bloomberg Money in England.