A Lesson In Investing Simplicity

This article highlights how even the top performing university endowment funds, with access to the best money managers in the world, have failed to keep pace with a simple 60% stock / 40% bond index fund portfolio over the past 10 years. While the endowment model may still be appropriate for certain tax-exempt institutions, individual investors attempting to follow this complex, institutional approach are often saddled with sizable tax bills, high accounting fees, reduced liquidity, and additional access fees.

Link  |  Why The Bogle Model Beats The Yale Model (Marketwatch)

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