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Vanguard 2012 Economic Outlook

On 06/08/2012, in Economics, Learning to Invest, by Jordan Wilson

As we move through 2012, uncertainty exists over global economic and financial markets.

Which countries’ economies will prosper? Or maybe the better question is, which countries’ economies will not completely crater in 2012? Which equity markets should investors consider? What should I do about all the market volatility?

There are many concerns out there for investors.

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Is Buy and Hold Investing Dead?

On 03/12/2012, in Investment Strategies, by Jordan Wilson

Is the buy and hold investment strategy dead?

I have argued no in previous posts. There are many advantages for investors who utilize a buy and hold approach.

A short video from Vanguard nicely summarizes my position. 

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Vanguard Investment Funds

On 12/03/2011, in Exchange Traded Funds, Mutual Funds, by Jordan Wilson

I like Vanguard investment funds for long term individual investors.

Especially investors who follow a passive management style.

As I am not directly or indirectly compensated in any way by Vanguard I recommend them based solely on their merits.

That is not to say that other funds are poorer choices. I recommend a wide variety depending on a client’s investment objectives, desires, and available offering in their home jurisdiction. I believe in a “best of breed” approach for clients, not what is best for my revenue. And within the “best of breed” options, Vanguard funds pop up with regularity.

Why is this so?  

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I consider John Bogle to be the father of index investing. And for those who follow this blog, you know that I am a fan of passive investing utilizing index funds.

As founder of the Vanguard Group, Mr. Bogle has built a mammoth investment company over the years.

So when Mr. Bogle speaks, his comments are worth listening to. 

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