A ground-breaking eight-part, 54 minute film featuring some of the world's top economists and academics including John Bogle, Charles Ellis and William Sharpe. Above all, it demonstrates why passive is the rational, mathematically proven route to investing success.
Complete 54 minute documentary on passive investing
Passive Investing: The Evidence - full length film
How a diversified portfolio helps smooth out market volatility and keep costs low
Part 4: Ultimate Diversification
Do fund managers really beat the market?
Part 1: The outperformance myth
A 10-part documentary on the failings of the fund management industry
A full-length documentary, How to Win the Loser's Game provides ordinary investors with the information they need, and challenges the investing industry to offer consumers a fairer deal.
How to Win the Loser's Game: Full Version
Investing passively will ensure that, after costs, you outperform the average active investor. That’s simple arithmetic. But there is a proviso. You must have the discipline to stay the course.
How to Win the Loser's Game, Part 9
Global finance, investment and academic experts share their wisdom on some of the big investing questions.
Charles Ellis on how many active funds actually manage to beat the market
Beating the market and why active funds rarely do so
Investing should be a long term proposition, says Charles Ellis.
Why investments should be like a good marriage
Charles Ellis on the difficulty of outperforming passive funds
Why is it so hard to outperform passive funds?
Charles Ellis on why it is important, as an investor, to know yourself first
The importance of knowing yourself
Charles Ellis on why it is important to have an historical perspective
A short history lesson
Yale University economist Charles Ellis on timing the market
Why is it so hard to time market highs and lows?
Yale University economist Charles Ellis explains why picking stocks is all down to luck.
Why is stock picking like gambling?
Just because Buffett is a good stock-picker doesn't mean everyone else can be too.
Does Warren Buffett's success mean anything to the rest of us?
A series of regular and topical video blogs in which industry commentators, experts, academics and investors are brought together to examine the finer points of investing.
An exclusive interview with Yale University economist Charles Ellis
Charles Ellis: emotions and investment decisions
Occasional interviews with key figures from the investing world.
How much do emptions affect people's investing decisions? We asked indexing 'legend' Charles Ellis.
Charles Ellis and emotional investing
Smart Beta is one of the investing industry's latest buzzwords. But what is it, and how does it differ from passive investing as we have always known it? In this four-part series, we look at the range of differing opinions in the industry. Plus, we meet two investors who believe that Smart Beta represents the future of investing.
Part two of a four part series exploring the phenomenon of smart beta
A Dummy's Guide to Smart Beta - part two
An 8-part series looking at the lessons we can learn from the history of the stock market. Contributors include Charles Ellis, Weston Wellington and Prof. Elroy Dimson.
Part seven of an eight part series
Stock Market History: A Crash Course for Investors, part seven
Pert three of an eight part series
Stock Market History: A Crash Course for Investors, Part Three
Part two of an eight-part series
Stock Market History: A Crash Course for Investors, Part Two
Part one of an eight-part series
Stock Market History: A Crash Course for Investors, Part One