Stay the course — that's the famous John Bogle mantra because so many investors make terrible decisions based on emotions. Invest for the long-term. These videos help you stay the course because it’s easier to block out the noise once you realize there is time-proven wisdom and places to learn more—without being subjected to somebody trying to sell you something.
Investing For Beginners
Keep it simple. That's the mantra of many happy and successful investors, and the ninth of ten common sense rules to investing.
Minimize taxes! We could have lumped this into the last rule which was to keep costs low, but tax costs are so important that we made a special rule to minimize taxes. Use tax-advantaged accounts. Defer taxable gains to minimize taxes. Avoid funds with high turnover, and become a long-term investor.
Keep costs low! That's the seventh of the Ten Rules of Investing For Beginners. To keep costs low you need to be vigilant and recognize how service providers make their livings.