The online class that teaches you my investing plan is now open for enrollment. Nothing is held back. You get:
This class is self-contained so you can proceed at your own pace. You can review previous sections as often as you want.
The class also features downloads of all the main talking points and references (links to websites and so on).
A segment aired in late 2015 on National Public Radio featured Jack Bogle, founder of Vanguard, and one of the most successful investors ever. Along with two other investment advisers, he gave the NPR audience some investing insight.
"Bogle says to invest through low-cost index funds. (He created the first one after all.) With an index fund you’re not paying people on Wall Street to pick stocks for you. Instead, you basically "own all of corporate America," he says — at least, a small slice.
And over time, he says, low-cost index mutual funds outperform the vast majority of actively managed mutual funds. Picking winners with stocks is very hard to do, and for ordinary Americans, it just costs too much to invest that way, he says."
There are some 76 million Baby Boomers — anyone born between 1946 and 1964 — and most of us haven’t saved enough for retirement.
Fortunately, I have a background in financial writing. That background, years of hard work, and the love of a good woman got me back on my feet.
With 15 books on investing and the stock market published, I know what it takes to create a successful investment program.
In addition, I have written more than 650 online articles on investing for Stocks website for About.com.
There are two spreadsheets available for download. To access these, you’ll need Microsoft Excel. If you do not have Excel, no worries…
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