Timing the market is a tricky—and mostly fruitless—pursuit. That’s why Vanguard stresses the importance of staying the course. That approach also makes sense from a trading perspective.
Volatility in emerging markets has some investors concerned. How should they address it? Jim Rowley, Vanguard senior investment analyst, discusses the enduring role of emerging markets in a broadly diversified and balanced portfolio, and cautions against narrowing exposure in an attempt to mitigate risk.
It’s déjà vu all over again. Fran Kinniry discusses time-tested investment principles through the lens of Yogi Berra quotes.
Vanguard Senior Investment Analyst Jim Rowley explains how adding passive funds to an active portfolio can help moderate typical performance swings by broadening diversification, lowering cost, and increasing tax efficiency.
Vanguard Chief Economist Joe Davis examines wise investing ideas through the lens of “Star Trek”
Vanguard’s new Portfolio Analytics tool can help advisors show their value to clients
Using soccer as a backdrop, Jim Rowley discusses the importance of a well-diversified portfolio of ETFs.
Jim Rowley responds to criticism that the U.S. Treasuries’ “dominance” is fundamentally changing the Barclays U.S. Aggregate Bond Index.
Fran Kinniry explains a practical way to shift from a traditional outperformance approach to our advisor’s alpha model.
Catherine Gordon explains how understanding the various approaches to performance calculations helps give advisors and institutional investors a more thorough evaluation of a manager’s results and skill.
Fran Kinniry discusses time-tested investment principles through the lens of Yogi Berra quotes.
Bond investors afraid of rising interest rates give up significant yield if they go to an all-short duration strategy, Chief Economist Joe Davis says.