At Vanguard, we’ve always believed in candid, direct communication with investors. In fact, it’s one of our core principles. In 2009, we created the Vanguard Blog so that we could talk about what’s happening in our industry and in the economy—and hear what’s on the minds of investors like you.
We asked a group of our most experienced thinkers to share their personal and professional perspectives. Together, they have decades of experience in economic analysis, investment advice, retirement research, portfolio management, and financial journalism. They’ve written on a wide range of topics, including saving for college, retirement income options, and long-term care.
Our bloggers write from their own viewpoints, expressing opinions on topical investing matters. Blog posts are not intended to be official statements made on behalf of Vanguard.
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