A 10-part documentary on the failings of the fund management industry
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
The academic evidence points overwhelmingly to indexing being the best way for the vast majority of people to invest. The next key question is what type - or types - of index funds should we invest in?
How to Win the Loser's Game, Part 7
Global finance, investment and academic experts share their wisdom on some of the big investing questions.
Passive investing can work for the small cap sector as well as blue chip stocks
Does passive work for all types of investments?
David Booth on why the passive investment experience makes for a better lifestyle
Passive investing: a better experience all round.
Are good returns down to the skills of the fund managers - or just luck?
Are fund managers as smart as they think they are?
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.
Of course it’s possible for active fund managers to add value. But in practice, after costs, they very rarely do. Part of the problem, says Weston Wellington from Dimensional Fund Advisors, is there are far too many of them.
The market needs active managers - just far fewer of them
An interview with Gerard O'Reilly, head of research, Dimensional Fund Advisors.
Dimensional and the importance of evidence-based investing
Congratulations to Eugene Fama, who has been awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics along with Lars Peter Hansen and Robert Shiller.
Nobel prize for Eugene Fama
Occasional interviews with key figures from the investing world.
Interview with Dimensional co-founder David Booth
David Booth on the ‘science of investing’
An interview with Dimensional's David Plecha. With concern mounting that, after many years of strong performance, bonds have become a bubble that’s about to burst, how worried should we be?
David Plecha: How worried should we be about the 'bond bubble'?