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"America's investors have been ripped off as massively as a bank being held up by a guy with a gun and a mask," former Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Arthur Levitt warned in an article in Fortune magazine a decade ago. That same year in his classic "Take On The Street," Levitt lambasted the fund industry as "a culture that thrives on hype ... withholds important information," a "cutthroat business" that "misleads investors." Today, it's worse.
Lazy Portfolios were born as a defensive move against this relentless war by guys with "masks and guns ... ripping off" America's 95 million Main Street investors. And the strategies of men like Levitt, Vanguard's Jack Bogle, Nobel Economist Daniel Kahneman, Warren Buffett, Yale's Robert Shiller and other industry giants were the inspiration