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If you're not investing, now is the time to start. The best single thing that can happen to [young] investors who are accumulating money is a major and sustained market decline. Think about that. And that's not the best thing that can happen to somebody who already has their capital in.feedback
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Apr 10 2017
My own opinion is the market is pretty fully valued here. [But] I don't think in a highly risky way. When you compare them to bonds they look a lot less expensive. Stocks will almost certainly do better than bonds. I think the important thing to watch is this big gap that we are seeing right now in operating earnings in the future compared to reported earnings in the past like GAAP earnings, generally accepted accounting principles.” said Jack Bogle on this article: Investment pioneer Jack Bogle says stocks are 'relatively expensive' but not compared to bonds. This page contains 14 articles quoting Jack Bogle. Main topics on which Jack Bogle is quoted are NATO and Republican. In addition you’ll find 25 quotes there. All these quotes are mentioned on this page and you can filter them by date and by topics.
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I don't think there's any point in getting carried away. This is a big rally in the market – clearly a bull market or a mini bull market – but when we look out in time, and I don't pay a lot of attention to the daily things that happen along the way, I look more in 10 years intervals, and in 10 years looks like our GPD might grow 2 percent, if we are lucky.feedback

In 10 years, looks like our GDP might grow at 2 percent, if we're lucky. And sooner or later, the link between GDP, gross domestic product and corporate profits is about 0.98 [percent]. So I look for a slowing in profit growth. The reason indexing has done so well is because it gives the investor a fair share, his or her fair share, of whatever market returns we get. And that's all there is to it.feedback

So here I am on my 21st heart birthday, celebrating that miracle, but also celebrating the revolution that indexing is bringing to the financial markets.feedback

It's not a shock that people take a different view of risk when they are using other people's money. The possible harm to investors, who get caught in these schemes, is great. I think that disclosure is really important. Most investors won't bother to read and understand, but the press will publicize it, and I think people will pay attention.feedback

We have a creative, lawyer-laden financial business. Any mistakes, even a typo, they will drive a truck through it.feedback

The gap between the rich and poor, increased racial tension, a little less support for our fortress against communism, NATO and Europe, getting in the way of international trade agreements, complicating them. Those things are all negative for the market in the long run.feedback

I don't believe that Trump has the character and background to be president. And I'm a Republican.feedback

In the long run, I have a concern that anything that divides our economy further in terms economics or race is bad for the society, bad for the economy and bad for the markets.feedback

These numbers may be scary and almost unbelievable, but the data do not lie.feedback

I always thought I looked better admitting a mistake.feedback

Know ye the truth and the truth shall make you free. I got that from the Good Book.feedback

When something results in a catastrophe, it's like those people who say, I wouldn't have done anything differently.' ... Well, yes, if the house burned down, yes, you should have.feedback

Just think of yourself as someone who is trying to get the work done, and hope people will join you to get it done.feedback

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