Bogleheads® 16 videos

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Bogleheads® 16 videos were recorded during the 2017 National Bogleheads Reunion (Bogleheads® 16), held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Registration and reception began at 2 PM on Wednesday, October 18, 2017 and and the reunion concluded at noon on Friday, October 20, 2017.

Morningstar videos with Christine Benz

Christine Benz, Morningstar's director of personal finance, interviewed a number of attendees at the convention. 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]


Bogle's 'Reasonable Expectations' for Market Returns

The Vanguard founder sees 4% returns for stocks and 3% for bonds over the next decade.

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Bogle: ETF Flows Muddle Valuation, Risk Picture

Any significant amount of trading will decrease your return relative to the market, says the Vanguard founder.

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Bogle: Index Funds the Best Hope for Corporate Governance

Corporate governance should be based on long-term factors affecting the corporation, and traditional index funds are the only true, long-term investors, says Vanguard founder Jack Bogle.

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Bogle: Vanguard's Size a Worry

Diminishing economies of scale and potential regulatory concerns limits how much bigger Vanguard should become, says founder Jack Bogle.

Video.png Bogle: Vanguard's Size a Worry

Performance Fees Don't Hurt, but Don't Help, Bogle Says

Vanguard founder Jack Bogle says he hasn't seen any evidence that adjusting pay for active managers based on performance works.

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Bogle Remains Unimpressed With Strategic Beta

The Vanguard founder says his longtime strategy of sticking to index funds is still the best bet.

Video.png Bogle Remains Unimpressed With Strategic Beta

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.