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Bogleheads® podcasts

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Episode 009: Bogleheads on Investing - guest Dr. Wesley Gray, host Rick Ferri (11 May 2019)

Dr. Wesley R. "Wes" Gray is my guest in Episode 9, and our focus is on "factor" investing. Dr. Gray is the CEO of Alpha Architect, an author, portfo...

Episode 008: Bogleheads on Investing - guest Allan Roth, host Rick Ferri (05 April 2019)

Allan Roth is my guest in Episode 8, and our focus in on the investment advice industry. Allan is a licensed CPA, a C...

Episode 007: Bogleheads on Investing - guest Mike Piper, host Rick Ferri (06 March 2019)

Mike Piper is our guest in Episode 7. Mike is a licensed CPA, author of the popular Obl...

Episode 006: Bogleheads on Investing - guest Dan Egan, host Rick Ferri (06 February 2019)

Dan Egan is our guest in Episode 6. Mr. Daniel P. Egan is the Director of Behavioral Finance and Investing at Betterment and an up-and-coming leader in...

Episode 005: Bogleheads on Investing - guest Gus Sauter, host Rick Ferri (08 January 2019)

Gus Sauter is our guest in Episode 5. This information packed podcast is with guest Mr. George Upham Sauter, fondly known as...

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Bogleheads® blogs

Financial Page

The affiliated Bogleheads blog, maintained by forum member Barry Barnitz.

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Bogleheads® Wiki 2019 annual report (13 May 2019)

The Bogleheads® Wiki was first created on May 13, 2008 and introduced publicly on May 21, 2008. This May marks the eleventh anniversary of this project endeavor from members of the Bogleheads Foru...

Episode 009: Bogleheads on Investing – guest Dr. Wesley Gray, host Rick Ferri (12 May 2019)

Dr. Wesley R. “Wes” Gray is my guest in Episode 9, and our focus is on “factor” investing. Dr. Gray is the CEO of Alpha Architect, an author, portfolio manager, United State...

Dividend Yield: Value vs. Growth (20 April 2019)

John Bogle, in various writings, argued that his decision to create value and growth index funds was based on meeting the tax, risk, and return needs of investment clienteles during their investmen...

2019 Bogleheads Conference Registration Announcement (11 April 2019)

Please note, that as of 8:48 am,  April 12, 2019, the conference has sold out.   We are pleased to announce that our 2019 Bogleheads® Conference will be held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, w...

Episode 008: Bogleheads on Investing – guest Allan Roth, host Rick Ferri (05 April 2019)

Allan Roth is my guest in Episode 8, and our focus in on the investment advice industry. Allan is a licensed CPA, a Certified Financial Planner (CFP), author, writer, adjunct professor, and Founde...

Bogleheads® author blogs

Jim Dahle (a.k.a. EmergDoc, for medical professionals)

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Laura Dogu

Laura Dogu is a contributor to The Bogleheads® View blog on Forbes.com.

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Saving Billions By Indexing State Pension Funds (15 March 2016)

Bogleheads are astutely aware of the saying “Cost matters.” In fact, our friend, mentor and namesake, John C. (Jack) Bogle, founder of , created what he called the CMH (the cost matters hypothe...

Year-end Financial Checklist (30 November 2015)

As we approach the end of 2015, here’s a check list of some of the things we need to make sure we’ve taken care of before it’s too late.  Max out contributions to your plans 401k 403b 457 Tr...

Dealing With A Lousy 401K Plan (05 July 2015)

On the Bogleheads.org forum, we’re constantly faced with questions from investors who want to start , but are concerned about the list of mediocre high-cost funds available to them. They want to...

Don’t Let the Market Set Your Asset Allocation (07 April 2015)

After the good stock market returns of the past six years, where the stock market, as measured by the S&P 500 has more than tripled, many investors may well find that their portfolios now con...

Happy Holidays from the Bogleheads (20 December 2014)

On behalf of the entire Bogleheads Community, I’d like to wish each and every one of our readers all the very best in this holiday season.  For now, I’ll leave you with some steps you...

Mel Lindauer

Mel Lindauer is a contributor to The Bogleheads® View blog on Forbes.com. The Bogleheads® View RSS feed is listed above.

Mike Piper

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Investing Blog Roundup: Tax-Efficient Portfolio Management (10 May 2019)

Portfolio-related topics are one of the major focuses of tax planning. And there’s a good reason for that: this is the area of your life where you have the most control over taxation. (By way...

Social Security: It Is an Asset, But Not a Bond (06 May 2019)

A reader writes in, asking: “At our local Bogleheads chapter meeting, there was a heated discussion about Social Security, specifically, whether it should be counted as a bond in your asset a...

Investing Blog Roundup: Financial Planning for Young People (26 April 2019)

Conventional wisdom states that financial planning is simpler for younger people than it is for people nearing or in retirement. Michael Kitces argues to the contrary. The portfolio itself may be s...

What To Do If You Don’t Have to File a Tax Return (Tell the IRS?) (22 April 2019)

A reader writes in, asking: “As a family courtesy, I recently began completing/filing taxes for two sets of elderly relatives with very small incomes (Social Security, pensions, IRAs).  In...

Investing Blog Roundup: Getting an Accurate Benefit Estimate from Your Social Security Statement (12 April 2019)

The benefit estimate on your Social Security statement assumes that you retire and file for retirement benefits on the same date — and the SSA’s online calculators make the same assumpt...

Allan Roth

Allan currently blogs at AARP, ETF.com, and writes for Financial Planning Magazine.

Bill Schultheis

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Investment Fads Come and Go (25 April 2019)

Before adding assets or changing portfolio strategies, ask yourself the three questions included at the end of the latest market performance report.  Remember that sticking to a long-term, discipl...

Roth IRA Conversions During Retirement (01 April 2019)

Many retirees are surprised to learn they remain in a high tax bracket even after leaving the workforce. Taking Social Security along with Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) from retirement...

Take Charge of Your Personal Financial Destiny (25 February 2019)

In my latest column, I reiterate why it’s imperative to tune out the market noise – especially in our current economic climate. I created the tagline “How to Build Wealth, Ignore Wall Str...

Leverage Your IRA to Fund Your HSA (08 February 2019)

With the continued increase in health insurance cost, many employers and self-employed individuals are using high-deductible health insurance plans combined with a Health Savings Account (HSA). HSA...

A Pioneer Has Passed (17 January 2019)

Rest in peace Jack. Thank you for having such a profound impact on the world of investing.  

Larry Swedroe

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The Finance Buff

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See A Doctor Out of Network And Pay Less Than The In-Network Rate (07 May 2019)

Having a very high deductible on health insurance gives you the freedom to choose any provider and pay less than the rate you'd otherwise pay through insurance.

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Paying Taxes On Your Own: Amount, Timing, and Mechanics (30 April 2019)

Paying estimated taxes based on previous year's tax is the easiest. Estimate your income and taxes only when you have a large drop in income.

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Absolute Value vs Relative Value: Doing Nothing Is Not The True Alternative (26 March 2019)

Be careful when you hear an argument based on the value over doing nothing, because doing nothing is almost never the true alternative.

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401k Match Policies: Every Payroll and True-Up (19 March 2019)

If your employer has an outdated 401k match policy you will have to do extra work. Employers current with the best practice give a true-up match every payroll.

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How To File EITC and Child Tax Credit For Free: TurboTax Edition (26 February 2019)

Stop paying $200 to file your taxes just to receive Earned Income Tax Credit and Child Tax Credit. Here's how to do it for free with TurboTax.

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Academic blogs

Social Science Research Network

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Weekly Top 5 Papers – May 3, 2019 (07 May 2019)

1. Sole Survivors: Solo Ventures Versus Founding Teams by Jason Greenberg (New York University (NYU) – Leonard N. Stern School of Business) and Ethan R. Mollick (University of Pennsylvania &#...

Bringing a National Research Festival to Our Own Backyard (01 May 2019)

We're feeling our mission distribute research even more passionately following these events. Each of the seven individual events we've hosted so far has been an absolute whirlwind, but we see that...

Weekly Top 5 Papers – April 29, 2019 (29 April 2019)

1. Who Owns Huawei? by Christopher Balding (Fulbright University Vietnam) and Donald C. Clarke (George Washington University Law School) 2. The 7 Reasons Most Eco...

Weekly Top 5 Papers – April 22, 2019 (22 April 2019)

1. Who Owns Huawei? by Christopher Balding (Fulbright University Vietnam) and Donald C. Clarke (George Washington University Law School) 2. The 7 Reasons Most Econometric Investments Fail by Ma...

Weekly Top 5 Papers – April 15, 2019 (15 April 2019)

1. Time-Series Momentum: A Monte-Carlo Approach by Clemens Struck (University College Dublin) and Enoch Cheng (University of Colorado at Denver – Department of Econo...

Wade Pfau

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See also

External links

  • Financial Page, maintained by forum member Barry Barnitz. This blog expresses viewpoints about investing from members of the Bogleheads forum.