Jack Bogle on Index Funds, Vanguard, and Investing Advice
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Jack Bogle transformed the investment management industry. Over a career lasting nearly half a century, Bogle was a crusader for individual investors, working to bring the interests of asset managers in line with those of their investment clients.
In 1975, Bogle founded the Vanguard Group, structuring the business as a mutual company, meaning that Vanguard is owned by the funds it manages and, as a result, the funds’ investors. A year later, Bogle and Vanguard introduced the first ever index mutual fund available to the general public, aiming to track the performance of the broader market while charging the lowest fees possible. At first, many in the investment industry snickered at Vanguard’s new index funds, but over time Bogle’s idea took hold. While maintaining some of the lowest fees in the business, Vanguard has grown its assets under management from $1.8 billion at its founding to $5.3 trillion as of September 30, 2018, making Vanguard the second largest asset manager in the world.
Despite Vanguard’s incredible success, Bogle didn’t become fantastically rich. Instead, Jack passed on as much savings as possible to Vanguard investors, bringing fees for his funds to razorthin levels (and dragging the rest of the fund market with him). As a result, Bogle helped all investors get better returns on their retirement savings, drastically reducing underperformance caused by high management fees. As Bogle said in 2012, \”My ideas are very simple. In investing, you get what you don’t pay for.\”
All investors are indebted to Jack Bogle for his efforts over 40+ years to make the investment industry better serve the interests of individuals. As we remember Bogle’s life and his contributions, we hope you’ll enjoy this conversation between Bogle and Motley Fool Motley Fool CEO Tom Gardner recorded in 2016.
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Investing in the S\u0026P 500
The S\u0026P 500 is an index of 500 US stocks that covers roughly 80% of the available US market capitalization. It is one of the oldest and bestknown stock indexes in the world. The S\u0026P Dow Jones Indices website says that there are 3.4 trillion US dollars indexed to the S\u0026P 500. That is 3.4 trillion US dollars invested in index funds that are tracking the S\u0026P 500 index. That is a lot of money invested in the S\u0026P 500.
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Do Global Stocks Outperform US Treasury Bills?: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3415739
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How to Invest in S\u0026P 500 Index Funds – Fidelity Investments
In this video I show you how to invest in S\u0026P 500 index funds through exchange traded funds also known as ETFS. Personally I think its better to purchase etfs instead of mutual funds because they have lower expense ratios. Etfs are also great whether you are a beginner or advanced investor because you can pretty much gurantee you are going to get the average market returns. However it is recommended that you further diversify your investment accourding your age, so make sure whatever investment choices you make fall in line with your investment strategy. In this video I show you my personal strategy when I purchase S\u0026P 500 etfs. I hope you enjoy. Please feel free to leave a comment down below if you have any questions.
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Should You Buy Index Funds at All-Time Highs? | Jack Bogle Explains
Jack Bogle transformed the investment management industry. Bogle was an activist for individual investors, working to bring the interests of asset managers in line with those of their investment clients. In today’s video, we look to previous interview clips of him, Buffet, and Munger on advice regarding buying index funds at alltime highs.
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