Today we remember John C. Bogle, the man who made low fees and index investing a way of life. We go through some of his essential advice and look back at some of his great contributions. His firm, Vanguard, is still at the forefront of honest and sound money advice and offers some of the lowest fees in the game. Don and Tom then take a few calls on overactive advisors and how to distribute a profit-sharing check.
Remembering Jack Bogle and his legacy.
Some of Bogle’s essential advice for investors.
The effect that Vanguard and its pricing has had on the field.
Why trading, churning, and too much action is never good.
Why you should steer clear of PIMCO funds.
Advice for a young family member starting to prepare for the future.
Distributing a complicated profit sharing check.
News on the upcoming Retiremeet in February!
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John C. Bogle — https://www.marketwatch.com/story/jack-bogle-was-the-greatest-investor-who-never-managed-money-2019-01-20
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5 Pieces of Advice from John Bogle — https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/17/business/mutfund/john-bogle-vanguard-investment-advice.html
Schwab — https://www.schwab.com/
Wellington — https://www.wellington.com
Paul Samuelson — https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/economic-sciences/1970/samuelson/biographical/
Betterment — https://www.betterment.com/
Jason Zweig — http://jasonzweig.com/
Your Money and Your Brain — https://www.amazon.com/Your-Money-Brain-Science-Neuroeconomics/dp/0743276698