Tag Archives: Passive Investing

Book Review – ‘The Index Revolution: Why Investors Should Join It Now’

Book Review – ‘The Index Revolution: Why Investors Should Join It Now’

Two of my favourite investment commentators, Charles D. Ellis (Author) and Burton G. Malkiel (Foreword), add yet more weight to Wealthflow’s long-held belief that the academic evidence-based approach to investing creates a more worthwhile portfolio.

Reading between the headlines

Too often, money gets a bad press. Just in the past few weeks headlines have reported that “Yes, the stock market is rigged“[1] and “City watchdog to probe 30m financial products“[2]. At the same time, investigators are still looking into the alleged manipulation of foreign exchange rates and the rate that underpins most savings and […]

Investment Movie

Passive Investing: The Evidence A remarkable 54 minute film featuring some of the world’s top academics and demonstrating: how the claims of active fund managers to be able to beat the market are largely a myth; how costs are the biggest drag on performance – and why active costs more; how passive investing offers the […]

Passive Investing Movie – Part8/8

In the final part of our 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 […]