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  1. Your Questions for Jack Bogle Q&A @ Bogleheads Conference


    Wed, 20 May 2015

    Once again I'll have the distinct pleasure of moderating a Question and Answer session with our friend and mentor, Jack Bogle . The Q&A will take place at our annual get-together with Jack at the 2015 Bogleheads Conference in Philadelphia

  2. How Much Foreign Stock and Bond Exposure Do You Need?


    Tue, 19 May 2015

    foreign is more" camp are folks like Jack Bogle , who believe that because many ..... example, both T. Rowe Price and Vanguard steer roughly two thirds of their ..... the global market capitalization. Vanguard recently added foreign bonds to

  3. Passive, but Powerful: How Index Funds Exercise Their Clout


    Tue, 28 Apr 2015

    into passive investing, like Vanguard Group , State Street and Dimensional ..... themselves. Then in in 1970s Vanguard Group founder John C . Bogle produced an alternative, a ..... largest U.S. companies. Bogle ’s research, and that of

  4. Interest in Indexing Intensifies


    Sun, 26 Apr 2015

    all, with everyone from Jack Bogle to Warren Buffett recommending ..... index funds, either at Vanguard or the federal Thrift ..... intensively and found that Bogle 's Common Sense on Mutual ..... in a traditional IRA in Vanguard LifeStrategy Conservative

  5. Investing Tips for a Future Invester?


    Mon, 20 Apr 2015

    every penny I earn. So far, I've only considered investing in Vanguard Index Funds. I'm still blind on the topic and it's a scary ..... note: right now I'm reading "Common Sense on Mutual Funds" by John C . Bogle Thanks a lot!

  6. "What Experts Say About Jack Bogle "


    Sun, 19 Apr 2015

    Bogleheads: I have added Jack Bogle to my list of subjects "What Experts Say About . ." This is the link: https://www.bogleheads.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=156576&newpost=2462536 Best wishes Taylor

  7. Nygren: Market Commentary – 1Q15


    Fri, 10 Apr 2015

    active managers are destined to fail. That’s why Vanguard ’s John Bogle preaches that most investors would be better off ..... index funds we compete with. And we don’t begrudge John Bogle ’s evangelic zeal for these products. In fact, he

  8. Vanguard's First-Quarter Scorecard

    Video Reports

    Tue, 7 Apr 2015

    for Morningstar.com. Vanguard engineered some changes ..... idea? Hughes: Right. Vanguard is not a cult of personality ..... roots. As we all know, Jack Bogle is quite a personality ..... industry. Today, though, Vanguard is really a collaborative

    Jack Bogle Bogle found at 1:50

    the funds. Are there implications, though? Hughes: Well, this is something that Vanguard has historically done, these rotations of managers. So, it isn't unusual. It happens every maybe year or two. Every couple of years or so, there'll be some shuffling of maybe just one or two people who are making some changes. But in this case, it's six or seven or so who are making changes. Benz: So, part of the idea is to give people breadth of experience--people in the top roles. Is that the idea? Hughes: Right. Vanguard is not a cult of personality, so to speak, regardless of--or maybe despite--its roots. As we all know, Jack Bogle is quite a personality and leader in the industry. Today, though, Vanguard is really a collaborative, team-oriented group. They focus more on the organization than they do on any one person. So, they do like to give their senior leadership a lot of experience and touch a lot of different parts of the company. Benz: Mike, one of the people moving around here is Martha King. She had been in charge of Vanguard's relationships within financial advisors. She really grew that business quite a bit. Let's talk about her legacy there as well as her new role. Rawson: Well, certainly, Martha King is a rising star at Vanguard in part, due to the success that she has had. If you look at Vanguard as a firm, they follow what's called the direct-distribution model. They've had a 1-800 number and then a website. You call them up and invest in their funds, whereas most other firms use what's called "pay to play," where you buy their fund and you are paying either a load or a portion of your expense ratio--a 12b-1 fee--to the person who sold you that fund. Not the case with Vanguard Consequently, Vanguard really never appealed to your financial advisors, particularly the wirehouse financial advisors who sell a product hoping to get paid and compensated in some way. Vanguard didn't compensate them, so they never used Vanguard products. ETFs come along and institutional share classes of index funds come along, and that starts to change. Now, financial advisors who are following a fee-based incentive model--where they'll charge a fee for the assets under management that they help advise you on or these independent RIAs who are following the fee-based financial model--will use Vanguard funds, in part, because they are so low-cost that when they tack on their fee, it's still, overall, a low-cost product. So, they are now adopting Vanguard products when they never had in the past. That now accounts for almost a third of their assets, which is really remarkable. Almost a $1 trillion. And she certainly deserves some credit for that success. Benz: So, let's talk about Martha King's new role. What's she going to be doing, Bridget? Hughes: So, she is coming from heading up the segment that focused on financial advisors, and she is moving into the segment that heads up the institutional group at Vanguard Now, Vanguard has long been a player in the institutional marketplace, so this isn't necessarily a role in which you're going to see the
  9. Making Money Last in Retirement

    Video Reports

    Tue, 7 Apr 2015

    throughout your life. How would you recommend viewing Social Security within the asset-allocation framework? Benz: Jack Bogle would say to think of it as a bond. My view is that people should look at their income needs during retirement, subtract

    Jack Bogle Bogle found at 14:46

    How would you recommend viewing Social Security within the asset-allocation framework? Benz: Jack Bogle would say to think of it as a bond. My view is that people should look at their income needs during retirement,
  10. B.Gross - Betting on Leverage to Lift Returns


    Wed, 1 Apr 2015

    several approaches to balance risk with reward, espoused by managers including Jeremy Grantham, Warren Buffett and Jack Bogle . Gross, who runs the $1.5 billion Janus Global Unconstrained Bond Fund, wrote that he is most aligned with the

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