Academic Articles
Mike - Apr 26, 2010

The Arithmetic of “All-In” Investment Expenses
The Financial Analysts Journal

“Big Money in Boston”: The Commercializaton of the Mutual Fund Industry
The Journal of Portfolio Management

The Clash of the Cultures
The Journal of Portfolio Management

The End of Soft Dollars?
The Financial Analysts Journal

The Mutual Fund Industry 60 Years Later: Better or Worse?
The Financial Analysts Journal

Black Monday and Black Swans
The Financial Analysts Journal

The Relentless Rules of Humble Arithmetic
The Financial Analysts Journal

The Fiduciary Principle: No Man Can Serve Two Masters
The Journal of Portfolio Management

A Question So Important That it Should Be Hard to Think About Anything Else
The Journal of Portfolio Management

Markets in Crisis
The Financial Analysts Journal


Comments

whaugen - Apr 21, 2011

I can’t thank you enough for making these documents available.


dharrythomas - Jan 16, 2012

Jack,

Thank you for all you’ve done at Vanguard and beyond.


Steve Schullo - Feb 19, 2012

Hi Jack,
Love this quote: “As I see it, long-term investing reflects the culture of the intellectual, the philosopher, and the historian, and short-term speculation reflects the culture of the statistician, the technician, and the alchemist.”

Thanks for all of these articles and speeches. They are treasurers.
Steve


prdanker - May 28, 2014

Hi Jack,

As a longtime investor with Vanguard and student (albeit an amateur) of the markets and history I wonder what Ben Graham would say if he were alive today to watch the daily CNBC coverage (ie investing vs. speculation). More importantly–what were his thoughts regarding your 1951 Princeton thesis. I would love to read a transcript of your transcendent work–where might I find this important document–as I have searched on-line, to no avail? Mr. Morgan was clearly impressed with your scholarship. Regards–pdanker@nycap.rr.com


ANILGUPTA98022 - Jun 29, 2014

TO SIR JOHN C.BOGLE, Dear sir ,just finished your 10th book Clashes of cultures , it is difficult to praise in words ,every book of your,s from bogle on mutual funds ,common sense on mutual funds ,little book of common sense investing ,donot count on it,enough ,the battle for soul of capitalism ,character counts to 10th book clashes on cultures ,since last 3 monthes I stopped reading every thing got all your books online from amazon.com ,I was busy reading than selling all my stocks and active mutual funds and shifted in one nifty low cost index fund with expense ratio 0.25% ,only one fund idfc nifty plan available in india ,Mumbai at such low cost ,you can understand how badly INDIA NEEDS VANGUARD GROUP OF MUTUAL FUNDS AND ETF,S,my request to sir john c. bogle is that ,when VANGUARD will open it,s low cost index funds INDIA ,as even tempelton mutual funds are here in india since 1994 but they are charging 0.80% ER for nifty index fund ,there is no index balanced fund ,or index bond fund in I
INDIA ,While any book that even forwarded by john c. bogle just disappear from book shops in second,s . BUT TILL indian investors 300 million middle class ,highly educated ,English speaking ,needs VANGUARD INDEX FUND,S AVAILABLE IN INDIA ,AS EVEN OLDEST GOV. MUTUAL FUND LIKE UTI IS CHARGING 1.83% FOR NIFTY EQUITY INDEX FUND WITH NO PERFORMANCE ,INSPITE MARKET INDEX SENSEX JOOMED FRO, 16000 TO ABOVE 25000 DUE TO NEW STABLE GOV. OF BJP WITH NARENDRA MODI AS A POWERFUL PRIME MINISTER SINCE 1947 IN THE H/O INDIAN POLITICS ,AND WE ARE IN A LONG TERM BULL PHASE WHICH MAY LAST MANY YEARS ,BUT WE NEED SIR JOHN C. BOGLE AND VANGUARD INDEX FUND IN INDIA ,as early as possible ,as on 10/7/2014 main buget will be presented by finance minister ,people are bullish for the first time ,only if they can invest in indian subsidiary of VANGUARD INDEX FUNDS. DR ANIL GUPTA MD (NEW-YORK) CARDIOLOGIST ,now a retired investor boglehead,due to physical disability caused by fibromyalgia ,canot walk ,investing in iindex funds online .but no choice of low cost index funds ,till VANGUARD GROUP WILL NOT OPEN BRANCHES IN INDIA.


ANILGUPTA98022 - Jun 29, 2014

TO SIR JOHN C.BOGLE, Dear sir ,just finished your 10th book Clashes of cultures , it is difficult to praise in words ,every book of your,s from bogle on mutual funds ,common sense on mutual funds ,little book of common sense investing ,donot count on it,enough ,the battle for soul of capitalism ,character counts to 10th book clashes on cultures ,since last 3 monthes I stopped reading every thing got all your books online from amazon.com ,I was busy reading than selling all my stocks and active mutual funds and shifted in one nifty low cost index fund with expense ratio 0.25% ,only one fund idfc nifty plan available in india ,Mumbai at such low cost ,you can understand how badly INDIA NEEDS VANGUARD GROUP OF MUTUAL FUNDS AND ETF,S,my request to sir john c. bogle is that ,when VANGUARD will open it,s low cost index funds INDIA ,as even tempelton mutual funds are here in india since 1994 but they are charging 0.80% ER for nifty index fund ,there is no index balanced fund ,or index bond fund in I
INDIA ,While any book that even forwarded by john c. bogle just disappear from book shops in second,s . BUT TILL indian investors 300 million middle class ,highly educated ,English speaking ,needs VANGUARD INDEX FUND,S AVAILABLE IN INDIA ,AS EVEN OLDEST GOV. MUTUAL FUND LIKE UTI IS CHARGING 1.83% FOR NIFTY EQUITY INDEX FUND WITH NO PERFORMANCE ,INSPITE MARKET INDEX SENSEX JOOMED FRO, 16000 TO ABOVE 25000 DUE TO NEW STABLE GOV. OF BJP WITH NARENDRA MODI AS A POWERFUL PRIME MINISTER SINCE 1947 IN THE H/O INDIAN POLITICS ,AND WE ARE IN A LONG TERM BULL PHASE WHICH MAY LAST MANY YEARS ,BUT WE NEED SIR JOHN C. BOGLE AND VANGUARD INDEX FUND IN INDIA ,as early as possible ,as on 10/7/2014 main buget will be presented by finance minister ,people are bullish for the first time ,only if they can invest in indian subsidiary of VANGUARD INDEX FUNDS. DR ANIL GUPTA MD (NEW-YORK) CARDIOLOGIST ,



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