Bogleheads® 10 videos

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Bogleheads® 10 videos were taped at the 2011 National Bogleheads Reunion (Bogleheads® 10), held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Registration and reception began at 2 PM on Wednesday, October 12, 2011 and and the reunion concluded at noon on Friday, October 14, 2011.

Bogleheads 10 convention videos

Bogleheads® 10 Convention videos are online at Vimeo: Bogleheads Video Channel, by forum member VELO724X (Rich Guerra). Enable browser cookies to view.

Morningstar videos with Christine Benz

Christine Benz, Morningstar's director of personal finance, interviewed a number of attendees at the convention. The Morningstar video interviews with William Bernstein, John Bogle, and Rick Ferri were held on October 15, 2011. The links are provided below.

Note: The Morningstar video "Play" button does not work in the wiki. Use the supplied link to watch the video on Morningstar's site.[note 1]

Bernstein:Precious Metals: Time for Fear, Not Greed

Precious metals make sense as part of a long-term portfolio allocation, but today's prices are not offering an attractive entry point, says Bill Bernstein.

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Bernstein: Take Risks in Stocks, Not Bonds

Investors should stay away from risky asset classes in fixed income and stick to Treasuries, money markets, and CDs, says Bill Bernstein

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Bernstein: European Stocks Look Cheap

European stocks are pricing in a real Armageddon, and if that Armageddon doesn't occur, you'll have fairly decent returns, says author Bill Bernstein.

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Bogle: Market About Fairly Valued Today

A reasonable estimate based on dividend yields, potential earnings growth, and current P/E ratios suggests a 7% annual return for stocks over the next 10 years, says the Vanguard founder.

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Bogle: Stick to the Straight and Narrow

The Vanguard founder and former chairman on the average investor's odds with private equity, hedge funds, and commodities, including gold.

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Bogle: Speculation Dwarfing Investment

The Vanguard founder and former chairman calculates there is 200 times as much speculation as there is investment in the market today

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Bogle: Investors Have Tough Time with ETFs

For many investors, the proliferation and tradability of ETFs serves as an unnecessary diversion to an otherwise sound investment program, says the Vanguard founder and former chairman.

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Bogle: We Need a Quiet Revolution Back to the Basics

The Vanguard founder and former chairman reflects on his accomplishments and the structural changes in the investment business that he hopes will benefit future investors.

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Ferri: What's Holding Back Active ETFs

Active ETFs may hold a tax advantage, but lack of 401(k) availability and the need to publish daily holdings have held back their growth versus their open-end brethren.

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Ferri: Buy, Hold, and Rebalance Works

Despite market fluctuations, patient investors could have realized over 6% compounded annual returns over the last decade with a disciplined buy-hold-rebalance strategy, says Portfolio Solutions' Rick Ferri.

Video.png Ferri: Buy, Hold, and Rebalance Works

Ferri: No Reason for Alternatives

Investor Solution's Rick Ferri opts for the cash flow of stocks, bonds, and real estate in his portfolios over using more exotic alternatives.

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Ferri: Dividends May Lure Investors Back to Stocks

Given current yields on stocks versus bonds, it may be an intelligent move for investors to allocate assets to dividend-payers, says Investor Solutions' Rick Ferri.

Video.png Ferri: Dividends May Lure Investors Back to Stocks

Notes

  1. The Bogleheads® wiki uses SSL (https://) protocol, but Morningstar does not (http://). For security reasons, most browsers will not allow the embedded Morningstar videos to play - which is the correct behavior.

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