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John Bogle on Investing: The First 50 Years by John C. Bogle

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CONTENTS

2015 INTRODUCTION TO THE CLASSIC EDITION OF JOHN BOGLE ON INVESTING: THE FIRST 50 YEARS

FOREWORD: PAUL A. VOLCKER

INTRODUCTION: WILLIAM T. ALLEN

PREFACE

SOME WORDS OF APPRECIATION

Part I

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

Part II

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?

Part III

ECONOMICS AND IDEALISM: THE VANGUARD EXPERIMENT

16 Vanguard—Child of Fortune

17 The Winds of Change: The Vanguard Experiment in Internalized Management

18 Deliverance

19 The Lengthened Shadow, Economics, and Idealism

20 On the Right Side of History

Part IV

PERSONAL PERSPECTIVES

21 Changing the Mutual Fund Industry: The Hedgehog and the Fox

22 The Majesty of Simplicity ...

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