Articles under “John Bogle”

Why Do Vanguard ETFs Dominate Low-Cost Portfolios?

The rise of exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, has been a critical factor in the rise of automated investment services like Wealthfront. ETFs are on average cheaper, more tradable and more tax-efficient than traditional index funds (see Why Index ETFs Are The Automated Investment of Choice).

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Wealthfront Named ETF Strategist of the Year

Today I am proud to announce that Wealthfront has been named the “ETF Strategist of the Year” by ETF.com (formerly IndexUniverse), the world’s leading authority on exchange-traded funds. We are especially gratified to be chosen for this award from among all investment management firms that use ETFs, not just new entrants.

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Wall Street Ethics: The Vanguard Test

Last week, Susanne Craig and Jessica Silver-Greenberg of The New York Times wrote a smoking-gun story about the lack of ethics at JPMorgan Chase. “[As JPMorgan Chase] became one of the nation’s largest mutual fund managers, some current and former brokers say it emphasized its sales over clients’ needs,” wrote the duo.

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Are There Socially Conscious Ways To Invest?

If you have a question for The Upfront Blog, please leave it in our comments section, e-mail betsy@wealtfront.com or send it via our twitter feed: @wealthfront. Are there socially conscious ways to invest?

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