Jack Bogle’s Bogleheads Keep Investing Simple. You Should Too.

By Anonymous

Inside a gathering when investors pay homage to the father of the index fund


Ryan Collerd for The Wall Street Journal

This week, 200 investors met in Pennsylvania at a conference that is a cross between a religious revival and an M.B.A. finance class.

The Bogleheads, as the group is known, converged to thank their hero, Vanguard Group founder John C. Bogle. They also came to swap stories and advice about investing—and to be part of a community reinforcing the message that investing can be simple as pie and cheap as dirt.