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Warren Buffett made 12 predictions about bitcoin, table tennis, and his death — here’s how they turned out
Warren Buffett made 12 predictions about cryptocurrency, table tennis, and even his own death.
The easiest and safest way to grow your money is to invest it in the stock market, make automatic and consistent contributions, and simply wait.
We asked financial planners where first-time investors should put their money, and almost everyone said the same thing
Ready to start investing? Index funds are a good option for people looking for a "set and forget" investment. They're low cost and diversified.
When Vanguard’s founder first invented the index fund, it was ridiculed as ‘un-American,’ but 40 years later it’s clear his cr...
Jack Bogle pioneered low-cost index funds. They were heavily criticized at first, but now are seen as one of best ways to build wealth investing.
An early retiree who interviewed 100 millionaires found many of them built their fortunes using a simple investment strategy championed by Warren Buff...
John of ESI Money spent the past few years interviewing millionaires only to find they use the same investing strategy: low-cost-stock index funds.
‘It’s not rocket science’: Suze Orman has a simple piece of advice for anyone who wants to be better with money
New York Times bestselling author Suze Orman participated in a panel about women and money with "So Money" host Farnoosh Torabi. Orman advises investing in index funds, and stepping "towards your money, rather than away from it."
There’s a dirty secret hidden in your investment portfolio — and it’s much worse for the environment than driving
While environmentalists may point their fingers at planes and SUVs, there's a hidden source of greenhouse gas emissions — and it's lurking in your investments.
Companies in the S&P 500 are seeing the length of their tenures in the index plunge as companies merge and startups reach huge valuations quicker than ever.
In a conversation between Tony Robbins and Jack Bogle hosted by Money magazine, talk turned to advice for young people who haven't started investing.