Learn the three simple questions that can help improve your investing success

Most investors understand that the best way to improve investing success is by knowing things others don’t. But how can you consistently find new and unique information in an increasingly interconnected world?

In The Only Three Questions That Still Count, the revised and updated new edition of Ken Fisher’s 2007 New York Times bestseller, he teaches you a methodology you can use right away to find unique information—and the basis for a market bet.

Ken Fisher’s methodology is simple—a set of three questions you can use to avoid common errors, find information others miss and gain control of your brain. Filled with images, anecdotes, and practical advice to help you every step of the way, The Only Three Questions That Still Count is essential investment reading from a true expert, and the ultimate guide to gaining the edge to leave your competition in the dust.


Other Books by Ken Fisher

Ken Fisher is author of 10 books, including 4 New York Times | bestsellers. His books have been translated into many languages including Japanese, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Korean, German, Spanish, Portuguese and Thai.3

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The Ten Roads to Riches

About Ken Fisher

  • 29 year Forbes "Portfolio Strategy" columnist
  • One of the top 30 most influential individuals in the investment industry over the last 30 years1
  • Author of 10 books, including 4 New York Times bestsellers
  • A top-ranked market forecaster by CXO Advisory Group2
  • Self-made billionaire, #243 on the 2013 Forbes 400 Richest Americans list
  • CEO of multi-billion dollar firm, Fisher Investments

Best Seller Lists

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1 Thirty for Thirty, Investment Advisor, 5/1/2010
2 www.cxoadvisory.com/gurus. Based on a report completed in 2013 by CXO Advisory Group. The final report, titled “Guru Grades”, contains accuracy ratings for 68 forecasters collected over a period from 2005 to 2012 including market forecasts by Ken Fisher as published in Forbes. Ken Fisher's market forecasts in Forbes represent his personal forecasts of the overall market and are not an indication of the performance of Fisher Investments. Not all forecasts may be as accurate as those in the past. Investing in securities involves the risk of loss. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.
3 Based on countries' official languages and GDP reported by the IMF, as of April 2013