Wo 21. april om 19:00 - Vr 23. april 2021 om 22:00
In this event, you’ll learn
Which exact fees make actively managed funds underperform
How much of your money you lose to fees over 25 years (it’s more than 50%!)
Why most fund managers lie about their earnings
What to think of the latest investment trends
About the Author
JOHN C. BOGLE is founder and former chairman of the Vanguard Group of mutual funds and President of its Bogle Financial Markets Research Center. After creating Vanguard in 1974, he served as chairman and chief executive officer until 1996 and senior chairman until 2000. Bogle is the author of ten books, including Enough: True Measures of Money, Business, and Life, The Little Book of Common Sense Investing, and Clash of the Cultures: Investment vs. Speculation, all published by Wiley. --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.
The Intelligent Investor is a book written by Benjamin Graham, an investor who flourished after the financial crash of 1929. He learned from his own mistakes and created a simple system for investing in any market that has proven to be successful.
Mutual funds are like chocolate bars. There are so many different kinds, and new versions of mutual funds appear all the time. How do you make an informed decision about where to invest?
There are several ways to invest. You could pool your money with other people and put it in a low-risk fund that’s highly diversified, or avoid turbulent markets altogether. Alternatively, you could include high-risk funds or ones that play in particular statistics.
There are many options when it comes to investing money. It’s important to make the right choice, or else you can lose a lot of your money. This article will explain why index funds are better than actively managed funds and why they’re the best option for long-term investors. Index funds do not have high fees, don’t try to beat the market, and won’t get caught up in bubbles.