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The Index Revolution: Why Investors Should Join It Now By Charles D. Ellis Burton G. Malkiel,

  • Title: The Index Revolution: Why Investors Should Join It Now
  • Author: Charles D. Ellis Burton G. Malkiel
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 341
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The evidence based approach to a worthwhile portfolio The Index Revolution argues that active investing is a loser s game, and that a passive approach is profitable in today s market By adjusting your portfolio asset weights to match a performance index, you consistently earn higher rates of returns and come out on top in the long run This book explains why, anThe evidence based approach to a worthwhile portfolio The Index Revolution argues that active investing is a loser s game, and that a passive approach is profitable in today s market By adjusting your portfolio asset weights to match a performance index, you consistently earn higher rates of returns and come out on top in the long run This book explains why, and describes how individual investors can take advantage of indexing to make their portfolio stronger and profitable By indexing investment operations at a very low cost, and trusting that active professionals have set securities prices as correctly as possible, you will achieve better long term results than those who look down on passive approaches while following outdated advice that no longer works Beating the market is much harder than it used to be, and investors who continue to approach the market with that mindset populate the rolls of market losers time and time again This book explains why indexing is the preferred approach in the current investment climate, and destroys the popular perception of passive investing as a weak market strategy Structure your portfolio to perform better over the long term Trust in the pricing and earn higher rates of return Learn why a passive approach is consistent and worthwhile Ignore overblown, outdated advice that is doomed to disappoint All great investors share a common secret to success rational decision making based on objective information The Index Revolution shows you a rational approach to the market for a profitable portfolio.
    The Index Revolution Why Investors Should Join It Now The evidence based approach to a worthwhile portfolio The Index Revolution argues that active investing is a loser s game and that a passive approach is profitable in today s market By adjusting your

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    1. I was a bit misguided when I first picked up the book as I thought it was about something about indexes, like CPI or other economic measures Then I proceeded after I noticed it is fore worded by G Burton Malkiel, who is the author of the famous book A Random Walk Down Wall Street As a proponent of random walk theory which simply put is that no one can beat the market as the market itself is random and anyone who had some good performance over the last 5 10 years is majorly because of luck, not b [...]

    2. Highly recommended Charles Ellis makes a strong and logical case for an easy investment approach for reaching your retirement goals Every American worker and retirement saver could benefit from reading one of his books.

    3. I did not learn much than I already knew about index investing Ellis other book on What It Takes on 7 firms a much convincing read.

    4. Full discloser I work for Active investment manager and my whole career relies on success of active managers.To start I m a firm believer in active management even though I hate those MFS advertisements that proclaim Active Management This book and many other Vanguard devotees talk about virtues of indexing and how it is superior to active management over long periods of time And that most investors would be better off indexing It all makes sense until it doesn t.There is false pretense that ind [...]

    5. It ain t bad, but it ain t much It s a slight less than 180 pages of text, not including appendixes , and not very groundbreaking If you ve read anything about index mutual funds before, then you ll know what this is going to say in advance There are some interesting bits about how the investment profession has changed over the decades making it harder for active investors to beat the market , and on the author s personal life experiences, but mostly it s just a rehash of decades old arguments o [...]

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