John Bogle on Achieving Greater Long-Term Wealth Through Index Funds

This week’s AAII Weekly Digest highlights these “must-read” AAII articles: A Second Look at How Target Date Funds Change Their Allocations Target date funds offer the premise of a one-stop solution for investors seeking professional allocation strategies. They are commonplace in 401(k) and other similar employer-sponsored retirement plans (aka, defined-contribution plans). The simplicity of target date…

 

Words of Advice: Letter to My Grandchildren

This article originally appeared in the October 2013 issue of the AAII Journal. Legendary investor Charles Ellis has spent 50 years working closely with nearly 100 investing organizations, knowing many of the world’s most effective and successful investment managers, teaching the advanced investment courses at both Yale and Harvard, writing over a dozen books and…

 

Check Your Ego at the Retirement Planning Door

In an article on GoBankingRates.com, Gina Horkey outlines ways in which your ego may be undermining your retirement goals. She highlights ways in which we could sabotaging our retirement plan, including: Unrealistic Expectations—Statistics show that you should lower your expectations and save more aggressively. According to a survey conducted by the Insured Retirement Institute, only…

 

AAII Weekly Features: Achieving Greater Long-Term Wealth Through Index Funds

This week’s AAII Weekly Features highlight these valuable AAII articles: The Top ETFs Over Five Years: Health Care Remains on Top Mathematical Support for Rising Equity Glide Paths Stocks With Low Price-to-Book Ratios Achieving Greater Long-Term Wealth Through Index Funds The featured AAII stock screen this week is the Buffettology: EPS Growth approach. Our Member…