From the Journal of Indexes - The author unveils a methodology that seeks to incorporate the collective decisions of fund mangers into investable benchmarks in an article that was originally published in the Journal of Indexes in Q2 of 2002.
Mr. Bogle goes to Washington. The column includes excerpts from his recent testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives.
Insightful and brutally candid, indexing legend John Bogle takes a look at the good, the bad and the future of indexing.
Our monthly databank breaks down ETF returns for every market segment.
Respondents weigh in on such matters as when indexing is and is not appropriate, and effective. Survey Results Spreadsheet
The authors discuss when and how index customization is employed, focusing on socially responsible screening and international equities.
The author believes index funds and ETFs are not always the most efficient choice, and discusses how advisors can intelligently use ETFs.