Note: This 2013 interview between Ron DeLegge at ETFguide and John Bogle from the Vanguard Group is from ETFguide's archives of investing greats. Bogle passed away on January 16, 2019.
Hi everybody. I'm Ron DeLegge with ETFguide.com and we're pleased to have with us John Bogle, founder of... Read More
As we get closer to retirement, we need to have an adequate cushion, or would I like to call, a margin of safety? Why? Well, because as we age, our investment time horizon compresses, meaning we have less time to recover should the stock market suffer a severe decline. Now, I'm not the one who... Read More
So you want fame and fortune, right? What about fortune without the fame? Would that satisfy your insatiable lust? Rather than obsessing over what you don't have, study your predecessors. To that end, you're gonna learn about somebody that obtained fortune without fame. It will provide a lasting... Read More
Taxes are tangled web. So tangled, Will Rogers once quipped, "The only difference between death and taxes is that death doesn't get worse every time Congress meets."
For the investor, taxes represent a real threat to wealth and a cost that must absolutely be controlled. And the only way to do... Read More
Fragility in nature is a dangerous characteristic. Dinosaurs, for example, were large and powerful, but they still died off. Why? While there's no shortage of theories about what led to their extinction, we do know the dinosaur's inability to adapt and survive major shocks was a contributing... Read More