Ken Fisher is a self-made billionaire and ranks among America's wealthiest individuals.
His prestigious Forbes “Portfolio Strategy” column ran from 1984 to 2017, making Ken the longest continuously running columnist in the magazine’s history.
Ken has written eleven books, including four New York Times bestsellers: 2010's Debunkery: Learn It, Do It, and Profit from It, 2006's The Only Three Questions That Count (revised in 2012), 2008's The Ten Roads to Riches, and 2009's How to Smell a Rat. His most recent book is Beat the Crowd, published by Wiley in March 2015. In 1984, his Super Stocks was that year's bestselling stock market book. Others include 1987's The Wall Street Waltz and 1993's 100 Minds That Make the Market, both re-released by John Wiley & Sons in 2007.
Ken Fisher has been published, interviewed and/or been written about in numerous major American, British, and German finance and business periodicals. He also contributes monthly to the UK's Interactive Investor website and weekly to Germany's Focus Money magazine. His early 1970's theoretical work pioneered a tool known as the Price-to-Sales ratio, now a core part of financial curriculum. A prize-winning researcher, Ken's credits span a multitude of professional and scholarly journals-in both traditional and behavioral finance. In 2010, Ken was named one of the industry's 30 most influential people over the previous 30 years on Investment Advisor magazine's prestigious IA-30-30 list.
Ken Fisher is also the founder and Executive Chairman of Fisher Investments, an independent, fee-only investment adviser serving institutional and private clients globally.
Ken Fisher’s hobbies include studying the history of Kings Mountain, California, 19th century redwood lumbering and anything about redwoods. He and his wife Sherrilyn have three adult sons.