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THE IRRATIONAL INVESTOR
10 Painless Tricks to Save Money
Bogle's 10 Rules of Investing
2011 Can't Miss Predictions
CDs as Bond Bubble Protection - Revisited
Muni Bonds - Meltdown or Overblown?
Dare To Be Dull Investing
Build Your Own Annuity
Goldman Sachs – Top 5 Reasons to Choose Active
Over Passive Now
BP Teaches Three Key Investment Lessons
DFA vs. Vanguard – Which is better?
John C. Bogle on the S&P 500 vs. the Total Stock Market
Bonds vs. Bond Funds? An Easy Choice!
Do Certified Financial Planners Really Put Clients First?
My Dog, America’s Top Financial Planner
Insurance Investing and the $100,000 Challenge – The Outcome
Final Investment Advice - Farwell CSBJ Column
Second Grader Portfolio Revisited
Bad Books Make Good Reading
Let Your Inner Gambler Out - Fun with Investing
My Colonoscopy and Healthcare
2nd Grader Portfolio vs. Wall Street
Odds of Investing
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Financial Gurus
Building Wealth With Insurance
Beating The Market
AAII 3/13/07 - Guarantee Top Performance
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A Random Walk Down Behavioral Finance
"You get what you don't pay for."
-John C. Bogle, Founder The Vanguard Group
"One must give up the fantasy of a perspicacious gunslinger/investor
outwitting the market."
-John Allen Paulos, author of A Mathematician Plays the Stock Market (quote
regarding index investing)
"The best thing you can do as an investor or a gambler, is to know the odds
of the game you're playing--because not knowing them will cost you."
Mathew Emmert, Motley Fool
"How could I have been so mistaken as to have trusted the experts?"
-John F. Kennedy after the Bay of Pigs and, I suspect, many investors after
realizing their expert advisors got rich while they underperformed the