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Lessons from the Late, Great Jack Bogle

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John “Jack” Bogle (May 8, 1929 – January 16, 2019) was a philanthropist, and investor, an author, but most notably, he was the visionary founder of The Vanguard Group. In 1976 he created the first index mutual fund available to the public, and that very action revolutionized the way that millions of people invest their money. The low-cost index fund is especially powerful for Middletons, and we owe so much to Jack.

Rest in peace, Mr. Bogle.

 

An Investing Legend Passes Away – John Bogle [Video / Audio] – Money in the Morning

Jack Bogle – And Why I Came To Vanguard [Article] – Chief Mom Officer

What I Learned From Jack Bogle [Article] – A Wealth of Common Sense

The Stupidest Thing You Can Do With Your Money [Audio] – Freakonomics Radio

The Great Jack Bogle – RIP Sir [Article] – The Money Vikings

 

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