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Investing Wisdom

Investing Wisdom

“Your index fund should not be your manager’s cash cow. It should be your own cash cow.”

― John C Bogle

“It takes wisdom to know what we don’t know”

― John C. Bogle

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Index investing and protecting yourself. Passive Investing verses Actively Managed Investing.

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