Tag Archives: long-term
Lawrence Peter Berra, known to baseball fans and other admirers around the world simply as Yogi, passed away on September 22, 2015. He was 90 years young.
Although his baseball achievements are legendary, Yogi’s malapropisms are as much tied to … Read more
I read a quip in the local paper over the weekend: The stock market takes the stairs up but the elevator down. As I felt the elevator begin its descent this week, my stomach lurched a bit, but I kept … Read more
I am a fan of movie trilogies, and my favorites include those that involve Luke Skywalker and Jason Bourne. Trilogies interest me because, while they consist of separate movies, they still share an overarching story line. That’s not dissimilar from … Read more
When people hear that I work for Vanguard, they often ask me for advice on how they should invest their money. Fortunately for me, the advice is easy to deliver because for nearly 40 years our recommendations have remained simple … Read more
You may be scratching your head about my headline. Great time to invest? The U.S. stock market is regularly touching record highs and some might say we’re overdue for a correction or even a bear market. Meanwhile, the specter of … Read more
If Vanguard had a family tree, its roots would be Vanguard Wellington Fund. Now the nation’s largest balanced mutual fund¹, Wellington Fund began operations on July 1, 1929, 85 years ago this week.
Today, Vanguard’s family tree includes a number … Read more