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15:51

Opinion

Not every index fund is created equal

JEREMY BLATCH

...institutions sought to enhance their profits at the expense of the investors. This pattern has been repeated in recent decades with the introduction of index funds, and now the development of exchange traded funds (ETFs) which, unlike a traditional index ... mutual fund, enables an index to be traded like a share in real time on the stock market. Investors need to be very careful when selecting index funds for their portfolios to avoid being misled by marketing and sales hyperbole. The whole point of ... indexing is to accept the market rate of return at the market risk for the lowest possible cost. As some 80% of equity managers will fail to beat the market index by on average the amount of their fees and charges (Standard & Poor's SPIVA Report 2018) by

15:03

Opinion

Not-for profit fund management

JEREMY BLATCH

...majority of active fund managers will fail to beat the market index that they use as a benchmark to measure their success. Following a report by Standard and Poor's US rating agency and accredited academia, they will do so by the same amount as their fees ... founded in the US in 1976 by John Bogle, is owned by and run for the investors. This investment company specialises in offering funds that mirror the return made by the market, by constructing an index to replicate the companies held in a given market ... sector in the proportion that they are held by size of capitalisation. An NFP approach allows the company to offer their index funds at a cost on average 70% below those of other management groups in the industry. Another NFP is The Teachers Insurance

17:38

Opinion

John Bogle - Visionary or agent provocateur

JEREMY BLATCH

...degree at Princeton University way back in 1951, led him to produce the first index fund in 1976 and with it the concept of passive investing. Accepting the market rate of return with the market risk and not trying through active management to do ... reformers of the 18th century inspired by their Christian values, he took on the established commercial practice of the day and formed a not-for-profit company to produce and market his index fund, reducing costs still further. In his book Enough, a ... investor's return on capital. Where a duty of fiduciary care meets profitability, profitability always wins. His first index fund in 1976 (now the Vanguard group) was a disaster. The fund was called "Bogle's Folly" by the industry as he was mocked and

12:59

Opinion

When alarm bells sound it's probably too late

JEREMY BLATCH

As I write, today Wednesday 6 March, is the 10th anniversary of the financial crash that saw stock markets around the world tumble. The S&P 500, the index of the top 500 publicly traded companies by capitalisation in the USA, plummeted to $666, ... easier said than done. However this is the key to successful investing over the long term. Today the same S&P Index has more than quadrupled from hitting a bottom in 2009. By mid May the S&P had increased by 30% and by the end of the year it had gained

13:04

Opinion

No Spain, no gain

Peter Edgerton

The Bloomberg Health Index declared Spain the healthiest country in the whole wide world a few weeks back and it came as little surprise to those of us lucky enough to live here. The study takes into account a variety of factors such as life

14:51

National

Frustration felt by Brits in Spain as Brexit date remains unclear

Jennie Rhodes

...goverment site in English: http://www.lamoncloa.gob.es/lang/en/brexit/howtoprepare/Paginas/index.aspx The general feeling among British people in Malaga is that of relief that the UK and Spain have already set in place bilateral agreements, which will

17:05

Opinion

Stock market history, the investor's friend

JEREMY BLATCH

...market has been climbing, fuelled by tax cuts, historic low unemployment and confidence in the economy. The S&P 500 Index, a representation of the top 500 US companies by share capital, is dominated by technology stocks - the so-called FAANGS: Facebook, ... Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Google. We have been here before. In the 1970s the US stock market index was dominated by the giant oil companies. In the late 1990s, into the new millennium, we witnessed the dot.com boom, with technology stocks dominating. ... can be very unstable in the short run but very stable in the long run is a fundamental market truth, which investors ignore at their peril. John Bogle, founder of the first index fund and the Vanguard Mutual Investment Group, states in his classic