Host Jon Luskin, CFP® and the Bogleheads® community ask questions to financial experts - live.
Jorge Soriano CFP®, EA explains how to review an annuity, determine its fees, helping you decide whether to keep it.
Dan Egan answers questions on conflicts of interest of robo-advisors.
Robin Wigglesworth discusses the history of index funds and his book, "Trillions: How a Band of Wall Street Renegades Invented the Index Fund and Changed Finance Forever."
Sean Mullaney and Cody Garrett answer audience questions about taxes in early retirement.
Paul Merriman answers questions about small-cap value investing.
Mike Piper, CPA answers questions from the Bogleheads® community on Social Security, investing, and more.
Dr. William J. Bernstein talks about how the imperfect portfolio you can stick with is better than the perfect portfolio you can't stick with, answers audience questions about bonds for young investors, bond maturity, the risks of bond ETFs, Treasury inflation-protected securities (TIPS), and about how he's changed his approach to investing over time.
Eric Balchunas answers audience questions about his new book, "The Bogle Effect: How John Bogle and Vanguard Turned Wall Street Inside Out and Saved Investors Trillions."
Dr. Sunil Wahal explains the hidden costs of mutual funds, and answers audience questions.
The True Costs of Mutual Fund Ownership
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Larry Swedroe answers questions on sustainable investing, including alternatives to sustainable investing, investing in sin (brown) stocks, how ESG decisions are made, the risks of sustainable investing, and the historic investment performance of investing sustainably.
Christine Benz answers audience questions on asset correlations and sustainable distribution rates in retirement. Christine takes on questions on how correlations are changing, how sustainable distribution rates may be lower in the future, investing globally, and more.
Rick Ferri, CFA, returns, discussing how to select the right index funds, the difference between investing philosophy and investing strategy, and answering audience questions on rules of thumb, managing portfolio risk in retirement, high-fee funds masquerading as low-cost index funds, factor investing, and active management style drift.
Rick Ferri, CFA, fields live audience questions on asset allocation, discussing the difference between one’s investing philosophy and their strategy, how allocation drives investment returns, the value of rules of thumb when investing, how Rick’s approach to investing has changed over the years, factor investing, asset tax location (tax-efficient fund placement), and more.
Rick Ferri, CFA introduces the Bogleheads®, discusses the importance of spreading the word of low-cost investing, how to get involved with the Bogleheads®, fields audience questions on investing, and more.
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