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By Jason Zweig |  Oct. 7, 2018 8:00 p.m. ET


By Jason Zweig |  Oct. 5, 2018 11:40 a.m. ET

This week, 200 investors met in Pennsylvania at a conference that is a cross between a religious revival and an M.B.A. finance class.

The Bogleheads, as the group is known, converged to thank their hero, Vanguard Group founder John C. Bogle. They also came to swap stories and advice about investing—and to be part of a community reinforcing the message that investing can be simple as pie and cheap as dirt….

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For further reading:


John C. Bogle, Common Sense on Mutual Funds

John C. Bogle, The Little Book of Common Sense Investing

John C. Bogle, Stay the Course: The Story of Vanguard and the Index Revolution

Mel Lindauer et al., The Bogleheads’ Guide to Investing

Benjamin Graham, The Intelligent Investor

Jason Zweig, The Devil’s Financial Dictionary

Jason Zweig, Your Money and Your Brain

Jason Zweig, The Little Book of Safe Money

Articles and other research: (open-access online forum for investors)

Bogleheads Wiki (online encyclopedia of reference material on investing)

A Golden Oldie: The Bogleheads

I Don’t Know, and I Don’t Care

Bogle: Still Scolding After All These Years

Best Books for Investors: A Short Shelf

Why a Legendary Market Skeptic Is Upbeat About Stocks

Birth of the Index Mutual Fund: ‘Bogle’s Folly’ Turns 40

Some of the Wisest Words Ever Spoken About Investing

And Now for Something on Index Funds

Bogle vs. Grant in the Great Fund Debate

This Simple Way Is the Best Way to Predict the Market

Five Books

Vanguard: The Penny-Pincher

Are Index Funds Eating the World?