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Dec 16 2012

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Passive Investing, The Evidence… Part 8 – The Rational Choice





Passive Investing, The Evidence the Fund Management Industry Would Prefer You Not to See

Part 8: The Rational Choice

Part 8 of 8  (8:08)

In the final part of the documentary Burton Malkiel, renowned economist and author of A Random Walk Down Wall Street, explains how the principles of passive investing have held firm over the past three decades. The film also shows how fund managers are kidding themselves and their customers when they declare they can beat the market on a regular basis.

Featuring Weston Wellington, Rick Ferri, Jasmine Birtles and Richard Wood, Presented by Robin Powell.

 

 

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Watch Passive Investing, The Evidence the Fund Management Industry Would Prefer You Not to See, in 8 parts:  or watch the full movie here.

  1. The Outperformance Myth (7:15)
  2. The Cost of Investing (6:18)
  3. A Better Alternative (8:05)
  4. Ultimate Diversification (8:44)
  5. A Healthier Way to Invest (7:04)
  6. Hooked On Active (6:02)
  7. The Tide Is Turning (6:48)
  8. The Rational Choice (8:08)







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andrew hallam

I'm a freelance finance writer, lucky enough to have been nominated as a finalist for two Canadian National Publishing Awards. I'm also the author of Millionaire Teacher: The Nine Rules of Wealth You Should Have Learned in School, a book explaining how I became a millionaire on a teacher's salary, while still in my 30s. Working to empower people financially, I'm available to motivate and inspire people on basic retirement planning and index investing. I'm happy to comment on your questions, first, please read the Terms of Use.

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