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Buy The Haystack

Buy The Haystack

“The simple fact is that selecting a mutual fund that will outpace the stock market over the long term is, using Cervantes’ wonderful observation, like ‘looking for a needle in the haystack.’ So I offer you Bogle’s corollary: ‘Don’t look for the needle in the haystack. Just buy the haystack!”

― John C. Bogle


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