Inflation. It is the backbone of nearly every long-term value investment philosopher from Buffett to John Bogle. John Bogle, the famed ex CEO of Vanguard and creator of the modern day index fund was particularly passionate about the subject and covered inflation extensively in many of his writings. He likened inflation to a galloping … More Back to Bogle Basics, The argument for and against inflation
The final portion I am going to cover is portfolio allocation, or the ratio of stocks to bonds. Many of the opinions I express here are of personal opinion and are not derived from any particular source, just bits and pieces combined together that I have taken a liking to over time. … More Personal Finance Part 3, Portfolio Allocations.
This is the second part of my personal finance blog, Real Estate. A typical American’s portfolio usually consists of stocks, bonds, real estate and cash in different allocations (sometimes commodities as well), and although real estate is the simplest of all the investments and the one that almost everyone will own or strive to own, … More Personal Finance part 2, Real Estate