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The little book of common sense investing : the only way to guarantee your fair share of market returns

Author: John C Bogle
Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, 2007.
Series: Little book big profits.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John C Bogle
ISBN: 9780470102107 0470102101
OCLC Number: 76871376
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: xxiv, 216 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.
Contents: A parable : the Gotrocks family --
Rational exuberance : business reality trumps market expectations --
Cast your lot with business : rely on Occam's razor to win by keeping it simple --
How most investors turn a winner's game into a loser's game : "the relentless rules of humble arithmetic" --
The grand illusion : surprise! : the returns reported by mutual funds aren't actually earned by mutual fund investors --
Taxes are costs, too : don't pay Uncle Sam any more than you should --
When the good times no longer roll : what happens if future returns are lower? --
Selecting long-term winners : don't look for the needle, buy the haystack --
Yesterday's winners, tomorrow's losers : fooled by randomness --
Seeking advice to select funds? : look before you leap --
Focus on the lowest-cost funds : the more the managers take, the less the investors make --
Profit from the majesty of simplicity : hold index funds that own the entire stock market --
Bond funds and money market funds : where those relentless rules are even more powerful --
Index funds that promise to beat the market : the new paradigm? --
The exchange traded fund : a trader to the cause --
What would Benjamin Graham have thought about indexing? : a confirmation from Mr. Buffett --
"The relentless rules of humble arithmetic" : reprise --
What should I do now? : funny money, serious money, and investment strategy.
Series Title: Little book big profits.
Responsibility: John C. Bogle.
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