John C. Bogle

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Praise for Don't Count On It! "This collection of J.Bogle's writings couldn't be more timely. The clarity of his thinking and his insistence on the relevance of ethical standards are totally relevant as we strive to rebuild a broken financial system. For too many years, his strong voice has been lost amid the cacophony of competing self-interests, misdirected complexity, and unbounded greed. Read, learn, and support  mission to reform the industry that has been his life's work." PAUL VOLCKER, Chairman of the President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board and former Chairman of the Federal Reserve (1979 1987) "J.Bogle has given investors throughout the world more wisdom and plain financial 'horse sense' than any person in the history of markets. This compendium of his best writings, particularly his post-crisis guidance, is absolutely essential reading for investors and those who care about the future of our society." ARTHUR LEVITT, former Chairman, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission "J. Bogle is one of the most lucid men in finance." NASSIM N.T ALEB, PhD, author of The Black Swan "J.Bogle is one of the financially wise men whose experience spans the post World War II years. This book, encompassing his insights on financial behavior, pitfalls, and remedies, with a special focus on mutual funds, is an essential read. We can only benefit from his observations." HENRY KAUFMAN, President, Henry Kaufman & Company, Inc. "It was not an easy sell. The joke at first was that only finance professors invested in Vanguard's original index fund. But what a triumph it has been. And what a focused and passionate drive it took: it is a zero-sum game and only costs are certain. Thank you, " JEREMY GRANTHAM, Cofounder and Chairman, GMO "On finance, J.Bogle thinks unconventionally. So, this sound rebel turns out to be right most of the time. Meanwhile, many of us sometimes engage in self-deception. So, this book will set us straight. And in the last few pages, Bogle writes, and I agree, that Peter Bernstein was a giant. So is J.Bogle." JEAN-MARIE EVEILLARD, Senior Adviser, First Eagle Investment Management Insights into investing and leadership from the founder of The Vanguard Group Throughout his legendary career, John Bogle-founder of the Vanguard mutual fund group and creator of the first index mutual fund-has helped investors build wealth the right way, while, at the same time, leading a tireless campaign to restore common sense to the investment world. A collection of essays based on speeches delivered to professional groups and college students in recent years, in Don't Count on It is organized around eight themes * Illusion versus reality in investing * Indexing to market returns * Failures of capitalism * The flawed structure of the mutual fund industry * The spirit of entrepreneurship * What is enough in business, and in life * Advice to America's future leaders * The unforgettable characters who have shaped his career Widely acclaimed for his role as the conscience of the mutual fund industry and a relentless advocate for individual investors, in Don't Count on It, Bogle continues to inspire, while pushing the mutual fund industry to measure up to their promise.
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During the course of his sixty-one year career, mutual fund pioneer and Vanguard Group founder John C. Bogle has seen enormous expansion and remarkable change in the financial sector of the U.S. economy. In his tenth book, The Clash of the Cultures: Investment vs. Speculation,  he brings his considerable wisdom and experience to bear on the most troubling developments of the recent erathe crowding out of long-term investment by short-term speculation. During Bogle's career in the investment profession, he's witnessed a change in the very nature of our financial system, and not for the better. Our aggressive culture of destructive and costly speculation has come to dominate the earlier prudent culture of investment. To the detriment of our society, the idea of stewardship has gotten lost in the shuffle, replaced by salesmanship and innovations that have ill-served investors.
AuthorJohn C. Bogle BindingHardcover