The Bogleheads' Guide to Investing
Now, with The Bogleheads' Guide to Investing, you'll discover what it really means to be a Boglehead and learn how this approach can enable you to become a better investor and manager of your own financial resources. Assuming no extensive knowledge of finance on your part, Boglehead forum leaders... show more
Now, with The Bogleheads' Guide to Investing, you'll discover what it really means to be a Boglehead and learn how this approach can enable you to become a better investor and manager of your own financial resources. Assuming no extensive knowledge of finance on your part, Boglehead forum leaders Taylor Larimore, Mel Lindauer, and Michael LeBoeuf show you how to invest with simplicity and minimize the costs and taxes that quietly eat away at returns. Along the way, they'll also show you how to join the legions of Boglehead investors currently onlineso you can post your own questions or help others solve their particular investment problems.Other important topics covered throughout this book include:What types of investments you should use to get on solid financial groundHow you can protect your investments against the ravages of inflationSteps to building a simple but effective investment portfolio and how to determine when to rebalance your portfolioHow to live a comfortable retirement without running out of moneyHow to efficiently pass on assets to your heirsHow to keep your investing style simple, giving you more time to live life to the fullestAnd much moreWith over a century of combined investment experience among them, authors Larimore, Lindauer, and LeBoeuf have seen a variety of different approaches to the market, but none more effective than the low-cost, tax-efficient philosophy of Jack Bogle. If you're looking for better long-term returns for your investment dollars, The Bogleheads' Guide to Investing can show you the way.
Publish date: January 3rd 2006
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Very much a general overview. I don't think I learned or encountered any topics that I haven't from cursory reading on various blogs and forums. The information was solid, but not terribly in depth. I'm not sure I would recommended it over other resources I've come across.