Bogleheads® 7 videos
Bogleheads® 7 videos were taped at the 2008 National Bogleheads Reunion (Bogleheads 7), held in San Diego, California from September 22 -24, 2008.
- 1 Morningstar videos with Christine Benz
- 2 Notes
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, Rick Ferri, Bill Schultheis and Professor Ed Tower were held on September 23, 2008. 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]
Has the Crisis Tested Your Allocation Strategy?
Allocation specialist Bill Bernstein on knowing if your allocation mix is right for you, and when to rebalance. (9/23/08)
|Has the Crisis Tested Your Allocation Strategy?|
Bogle: Keep Investing
The founder and former CEO of Vanguard talks to Morningstar's Christine Benz about why to stay the course amid the financial crisis
|Bogle: Keep Investing|
Bogle on a Knock Against Indexing
The founder and former CEO of Vanguard discusses index fund position sizes and fundamental indexing. (09/23/08)
|Bogle on a Knock Against Indexing|
Ferri: ETF or Mutual Fund: How to Decide?
Author and Portfolio Solutions CEO Rick Ferri highlights three factors to consider when deciding which vehicle is right for you.
|Ferri: ETF or Mutual Fund: How to Decide?|
Managing Your Portfolio Through the Crisis
Author and advisor Bill Schultheis on the importance of investment-crisis planning. (9/23/08)
|Managing Your Portfolio Through the Crisis|
Study: Pricey Funds Lag, Even Before Fees
Duke professor Ed Tower's study shows investors 'get what they don't pay for.' (9/23/08)
|Study: Pricey Funds Lag, Even Before Fees|
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