The Case for Passive Low-Cost Index Funds

December 29, 2021

Again in 2021 and historically whether the market is up, down, or sideways Wall Street money managers fail to outperform a passive low-cost index. This is why we believe investors should own diversified index funds as the core of their portfolio. Not only will owning index funds be ‘top decile performers’ (in the 15% that do not underperform) but they are guaranteed to capture the stock market’s return over the long term. As Vanguard’s founder John Bogle famously said, “don’t look for the needle in the haystack… buy the entire haystack.”

At Brandywine Oak, we look to maximize our clients’ returns by minimizing the expenses associated with investing. To learn more about passive low-cost index investments, please read The Wall Street Journal’s

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