book Common Sense on Mutual Funds, and asked investors to divest themselves of prejudice and to gener- ously enlarge their views beyond the present. John C. Bogle shares his extensive insights on investing in mutual funds. Since the first edition of Common Sense on Mutual Funds was published in Common Sense on Mutual Funds, Updated 10th Anniversary Edition by the legendary John C. Bogle, founder of the Vanguard Mutual Fund the investment principles Bogle wrote about in have stood the test of time.
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John Bogle repeats in this book what he has been preaching for decades, so if you’re not new to his work, there’s going to be a lot of repeat information for you.
Chapter 4 On Simplicity.
I enjoyed the voice of the author. He stands bywhat he said 10 years ago. Chapter 21 On Leadership.
Common Sense on Mutual Funds – John C. Bogle – Google Books
Bogle is good at admitting where he was wrong rarely and affirming where he was right. It may be a hard read if you’re among those who still believe that 90 percent of investors can all be above average. Bogle avoids naming specific funds in many cases. He explains the mutual fund industry and how most funds are built solely for profits and not to enhance long term shareholders value. A bit repetitive for sure, but sometimes all the evidence just points ccommon the same conclusion. Chapter 8 On Global Investing.
I was grateful that the book ended with a mini autobiography, and an explanation of how Vanguard works, which is the company he founded. Bigle is the most important important determinant of portfolio performance.
And, for the best bet of all, you should consider indexing in whichever style category you want to include. Add all three to Cart Add all three to List. Your Money and Your Brain: The tome holds up well after a decade. Since the first edition was published inmuch has changed—and changed radically—in the financial landscape, and no one is more aware of this than mutual fund pioneer John C. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants.
For instance, if your time horizon is long, you can afford to take more risk than if your horizon is short, fjnds vice versa. Jack doesn’t offer many mea culpas. Bogle believes in investor discipline, long-term focus, diligent saving, and the use of passively-managed index funds.
Sfnse explains why index fund investing is the best way – no, the only way – for people to invest their savings Below are key excerpts from this book that I found to be insightful: This was for completeness, but hurt readability. Nothing new to veteran bogleheads, but Bogle basically chapter after chapter drives home the many reasons why low cost index investing makes com,on most sense.
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Common Sense on Mutual Funds: New Imperatives for the Intelligent Investor
It is a little difficult to go through bolge book due to its length, but its well worth it to read through the content. If you need some one to prove it to you, then read this book. Print this page Share. Economy and the nation’s financial markets. Reading this book might also help you realize, as I have, that common sense really is pretty uncommon.
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This book is being read in tandem with “Common Sense for Investing”. Important Principles Must Be Inflexible. Fromstock and bond funds to global investing and index funds, this bookwill help you regain your financial footing and make more informedinvestment decisions.
If you want to save in the stock market something that has historically been a good thing in the long runthen prioritize John C. Here are the most important lessons besides the obvious one: Press Release Author Information.
Common Sense on Mutual Funds, Updated 10th Anniversary Edition
Account Options Sign in. A low cost, broadly diversified portfolio continues to be the best way to build wealth at the lowest cost an An updated commkn of a classic, this book dates from and includes many notes and sidebars that update the original information. Before digging into the book itself, it is important to recognize the work of John C.