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The global bogle
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Re: The global bogle
« Reply #1 on: August 22, 2016, 05:27:11 PM »
He mentions Vanguard, but never mentions a fund name. I wonder which fund/s he's referring to.

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Re: The global bogle
« Reply #2 on: August 22, 2016, 08:32:38 PM »
I enjoyed these videos too.

I wonder how much one would save by choosing a cheaper global stock market vs choosing seperate portfolios. Would depend on rebalancing costs, transaction costs of brokerage, size of your portfolio...

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Re: The global bogle
« Reply #3 on: August 23, 2016, 01:58:44 AM »
He mentions Vanguard, but never mentions a fund name. I wonder which fund/s he's referring to.

Vanguard all world.  It has a slightly higher expense ratio in to the uk but still cheaper as it saves on trading costs for rebalancing. 
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Re: The global bogle
« Reply #4 on: August 23, 2016, 03:38:24 AM »
Good videos. I am pretty much in line with what he suggests.
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Re: The global bogle
« Reply #5 on: August 23, 2016, 04:58:59 AM »
I often wonder where I'd be if I had discovered the bogle investing philosophy at age 18. And from then on had even simply invested 10% of whatever I was earning. It wouldn't have affected the things I did (I'm really proud of what I've done and achieved since then) at all, that 10%.

Now at age almost 32 I'd probably only be a few years away from FIRE.

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Re: The global bogle
« Reply #6 on: August 23, 2016, 01:27:16 PM »
I often wonder where I'd be if I had discovered the bogle investing philosophy at age 18. And from then on had even simply invested 10% of whatever I was earning. It wouldn't have affected the things I did (I'm really proud of what I've done and achieved since then) at all, that 10%.

Now at age almost 32 I'd probably only be a few years away from FIRE.

I wonder too.  I had a very erratic portfolio before I discovered it. I made big wins and losses, probably mostly losses on junior mining companies, small caps, random ETFs, short and leveraged ETFs.  I think I must have lost money overall but it was too complicated to keep track. 

I wish I'd just known the simple way from the start.

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Re: The global bogle
« Reply #7 on: August 23, 2016, 01:59:17 PM »
He mentions Vanguard, but never mentions a fund name. I wonder which fund/s he's referring to.

Vanguard all world.  It has a slightly higher expense ratio in to the uk but still cheaper as it saves on trading costs for rebalancing.
Thanks frugledoc! I'll have to consider this next time I make a contribution to Vanguard. Right now my taxable is in VTSAX.

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Re: The global bogle
« Reply #8 on: August 24, 2016, 06:49:07 AM »
He mentions Vanguard, but never mentions a fund name. I wonder which fund/s he's referring to.

Vanguard all world.  It has a slightly higher expense ratio in to the uk but still cheaper as it saves on trading costs for rebalancing.
And what about LS 100? Cos is almost the same ( 0.25% for ETF and 0.24% for LS)?

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Re: The global bogle
« Reply #9 on: August 24, 2016, 11:27:48 AM »
He mentions Vanguard, but never mentions a fund name. I wonder which fund/s he's referring to.

Vanguard all world.  It has a slightly higher expense ratio in to the uk but still cheaper as it saves on trading costs for rebalancing.
And what about LS 100? Cos is almost the same ( 0.25% for ETF and 0.24% for LS)?

LS100 is great.  I don't hold it because I'm with Hargrevaes Lansdowne who charge uncapped 0.45% per year fee for holding funds, so the cost for LS100 would be 0.7% per year taking that into account.

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Re: The global bogle
« Reply #10 on: August 24, 2016, 12:04:56 PM »
I'm with Cavendish with 0.25% fee. Currently I stay with 3 funds portfolio but I think about changing to one global fund plus bonds...I think about LS 100, Vanguard all world or Fidelity Index World (with just 0.13 OFC)...