As many of you may already be aware, the founder and chief executor of the Vanguard group, Jack Bogel, has recently passed. What you may not be aware of is the significance behind his work and the investing methods in which he is known for proving to be effective.
This episode of Better Money Decisions explores the pioneering of index funds, why actively managed markets are not always stable, and the importance of acknowledging that there is no fool-proof method to investing. To learn more about index funds and how to manage your investments join your host, Kate Stalter, in this weeks’ episode of Better Money Decisions.
- The purpose of an index fund
- Why Jack Bogel invented the index fund
- Why actively managed funds underperform
- Why Jack emphasized investing in a broader market
- Recognizing that systems are not fool-proof