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Vanguard has 3 S&P 500 Index Funds. How do you Choose?
Mon, 04/28/14 | 28 Comments
Vanguard has 3 S&P 500 Index Funds. How do you Choose?

I’m a big fan of passive index investing, where you basically pile all of your investments in to index funds and don’t try to time the market. For the amateur investor, it is hard to …

Dividend ETF’s: The Passive Way to Invest in Dividends
Thu, 08/23/12 | 5 Comments
Dividend ETF’s: The Passive Way to Invest in Dividends

We’ve discussed the virtues of dividend investing and even highlighted a good place to start if you want to invest in individual stocks – the Dividend Aristocrats.
Next, I want to highlight a passive index style …

Online Brokers with Commission-Free ETF Trades
Wed, 02/22/12 | 4 Comments
Online Brokers with Commission-Free ETF Trades

In you are interested in passive investing, you’re probably aware of ETF’s and their benefits.
If you’re not, ETF’s have a legion of supporters due to their extremely low management expense ratios. In comparison to similar …

What is an ETF?
Tue, 08/23/11 | 3 Comments
What is an ETF?

In talking to first-time or newer investors who are looking to invest money outside of a 401K, the discussion often goes something like this:
Newbie: “What are some good stocks or funds I should invest in?”
Me: …

How to Use Passive Index Investing to Beat the Pros
Tue, 04/26/11 | 20 Comments
How to Use Passive Index Investing to Beat the Pros

This is the fourth of a multi-part series on how to invest outside of a 401K.
The whole idea for this series started when I was asking a group of about 30 co-workers if they invested …

ETF’s Versus Index Funds & the 5 Big Differences to Consider
Sun, 12/21/08 | 9 Comments
ETF’s Versus Index Funds & the 5 Big Differences to Consider

ETF’s or Index Funds: An Epic Battle
ETF’s (exchanged traded funds) and index funds. The comparison between the two is kind of like deciding to pull over to a restaurant that you see off the side …


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