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2015 INTRODUCTION TO THE CLASSIC EDITION OF JOHN BOGLE ON INVESTING: THE FIRST 50 YEARS
FOREWORD: PAUL A. VOLCKER
INTRODUCTION: WILLIAM T. ALLEN
SOME WORDS OF APPRECIATION
INVESTMENT STRATEGIES FOR THE INTELLIGENT INVESTOR
1 Investing in the New Millennium: The Bagel and the Doughnut
2 The Clash of the Cultures in Investing: Complexity vs. Simplicity
3 Equity Fund Selection: The Needle or the Haystack?
4 Risk and Risk Control in an Era of Confidence (or Is It Greed?)
5 Buy Stocks? No Way!
6 The Death Rattle of Indexing
7 25 Years of Indexing: When Active Managers Win, Who Loses?
8 Selecting Equity Mutual Funds
9 The Third Mutual Fund Industry
TAKING ON THE MUTUAL FUND INDUSTRY
10 Mutual Funds: The Paradox of Light and Darkness
11 Economics 101: For Mutual Fund Investors … For Mutual Fund Managers
12 Honing the Competitive Edge in Mutual Funds
13 Creating Shareholder Value: BY Mutual Funds … or FOR Mutual Fund Shareholders?
14 The Silence of the Funds: Mutual Fund Investment Policies and Corporate Governance
15 Losing Our Way: Where Are the Independent Directors?
ECONOMICS AND IDEALISM: THE VANGUARD EXPERIMENT
16 Vanguard—Child of Fortune
17 The Winds of Change: The Vanguard Experiment in Internalized Management
19 The Lengthened Shadow, Economics, and Idealism
20 On the Right Side of History
21 Changing the Mutual Fund Industry: The Hedgehog and the Fox
22 The Majesty of Simplicity ...