Steve Holman

Steve Holman

Steve Holman is a principal in Vanguard's Retail Investor Group. As a client executive in our Flagship department, he is responsible for oversight of several high-net-worth client service teams. Mr. Holman joined Vanguard in 2004 as an analyst in corporate strategy. He has also worked in various departments in Vanguard’s retail business. Mr. Holman earned a B.A. in English from Georgetown University and an M.B.A. in finance from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Recent blog posts by Steve Holman

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Staying the course

It was only a few short months ago that we feared intransigent policymakers would cause the economy and markets to hurtle into the abyss. I always preferred the term taxmageddon over fiscal cliff because it more accurately captured the pervasive …

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Long-term perspective: Essential for athletics and investing

If you’re looking for insight on investments and personal finance, you could do a lot worse than asking a long-distance runner.

Vanguard is a second career for me. After college, I had the great fortune to compete as a professional …

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