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Welcome to the Bogleheads® wiki, a collaborative enterprise by members of the Bogleheads Community. The Bogleheads' approach to investing begins with an investor deciding on percentage allocations to various asset classes, such as U.S. stocks, international stocks, U.S. bonds, and cash. The desired allocations are then implemented using low-cost vehicles which are true to the targeted asset classes. Tax costs are carefully considered, influencing decisions as to what investments to place in taxable versus tax-advantaged accounts. Bogleheads emphasize regular saving, broad diversification, and sticking to one's investment plan regardless of market conditions. Information relevant to the group's core beliefs is available in the Bogleheads' investment philosophy.

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Getting started:
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Financial planning:
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Retirement planning:
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In the most recent Vanguard fund reports, which cover the six months ended July 31, 2015, our bond fund managers offered their insights on the current state of the market as well as perspective on the future, and our CEO noted that investors have more control over how much they pay to invest in the markets.
James P. Barrow will pass the portfolio management responsibilities of the Vanguard Windsor II Fund and the Vanguard Diversified Value Portfolio of the Vanguard Variable Insurance Fund to Jeff G. Fahrenbruch and David W. Ganucheau, effective January 1, 2016.
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Our Canadian sister site, Financial Webring Forum, has a similar focus, many like-minded members, and may be of interest as well. Be sure to visit their Canadian-focused investing wiki, finiki.