My blog entry about this:
Burton Malkiel has been speaking up a lot lately, and with much the
same message ? repeated several times over the last few months (at
least since an op-ed back in April). While hitting on some of the same
themes he?s hit on for 40 years (index funds, low costs, broad
diversification, don?t time the market, don?t overpay for active
management), he?s been focusing lately on the state of the bond market.
In today's WSJ, in an op-ed piece, he again makes the case for equities
instead of bonds, for low-cost index funds, and talks about how the
market properly handled the recent Knight Capital trading disaster.
The WSJ op-ed piece itself:
And the first paragragh of the WSJ piece:
- posted 7 years ago
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