Five Investing Lessons From the Legendary Jack Bogle

A book review of The Little Book of Common Sense Investing

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When it comes to investing, my hero is John C. Bogle (a.k.a Jack).

In 1974 he founded the Vanguard company, an investment company owned by the fundholders and operated solely in their interests.




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