Bogleheads® 16 videos
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.
- 1 Morningstar videos with Christine Benz
- 2 Bogle's 'Reasonable Expectations' for Market Returns
- 3 Bogle: ETF Flows Muddle Valuation, Risk Picture
- 4 Bogle: Index Funds the Best Hope for Corporate Governance
- 5 Bogle: Vanguard's Size a Worry
- 6 Performance Fees Don't Hurt, but Don't Help, Bogle Says
- 7 Bogle Remains Unimpressed With Strategic Beta
- 8 Notes
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.
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Bogle's 'Reasonable Expectations' for Market Returns
The Vanguard founder sees 4% returns for stocks and 3% for bonds over the next decade.
|Bogle:'Reasonable Expectations' for Market Returns|
Bogle: ETF Flows Muddle Valuation, Risk Picture
Any significant amount of trading will decrease your return relative to the market, says the Vanguard founder.
|Bogle: ETF Flows Muddle Valuation, Risk Picture|
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.
|Bogle: Index Funds the Best Hope for Corporate Governance|
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.
|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.
|Performance Fees Don't Hurt, but Don't Help, Bogle Says|
Bogle Remains Unimpressed With Strategic Beta
The Vanguard founder says his longtime strategy of sticking to index funds is still the best bet.
|Bogle Remains Unimpressed With Strategic Beta|
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