Day: December 10, 2018

Indexing
Mutual Funds

What happens if Indexing becomes too successful for its own good?

In an article for the Wall Street Journal that was excerpted from his new book, “Stay the Course: The Story of Vanguard and the Index Revolution,” John Bogle, the founder of The Vanguard Group and creator of the first index mutual fund asked an interesting question: “What happens if it (indexing) becomes too successful for […]

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Bond Yield Curve
Bonds

What is a Bond Yield Curve

The Bond Yield Curve: A Review The yield curve is simply the yields on bonds of varying maturities, typically from three months to 30 years, plotted on a graph. The yield curve illustrates what is called “the term structure of interest rates,” or the idea that a bond´s maturity and yield are connected. Typically, but […]

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