Bogle: Don’t Forget These Lessons Next Time

Investing legend John Bogle, founder of the Vanguard Group of Mutual Funds, writes in a guest column for The Wall Street Journal that investors continually ignore lessons of the past, which cost many dearly last year. Bogle offers six such lessons that we should not forget moving forward:

Bogle: Earnings Will Come Back Strong

John Bogle, founder of The Vanguard Group, tells PBS’ Darren Gersh that he expects corporate earnings will come back stronger than the 5 percent average growth they’ve exhibited over the past century as they revert toward their mean. Bogle didn’t say exactly when he expects the earnings rebound to begin. But he does say he thinks that, given the poor stock returns of the past decade, we’ll move toward “more normal returns in the stock… Read More