In our upcoming online presentation, we’ll discuss how and with what products you can easily start stock market savings, what’s more, even wealth building if you’re thinking about long years and continuous savings. The solution is the world of passive, index-tracking funds.
Perhaps the best-known dramatic clash in actively managed funds versus index-tracking passive funds was the $ 1 million reception in 2007 by former guru Warren Buffett, an investment guru, and Ted Sides, a venture capital firm called Protege Partners. The subject of the bet was whether the various American hedgefunds, actively managed funds will outperform the S&P 500 index in terms of 10-year returns. Buffet says yes, Protege Partners says no.
Buffett opted for the Vanguard S & P500 index-tracking fund, which returned an average of 7.1% between 2007 and 2017, while the funds chosen by Protege Partners averaged just 2.2%. The specific funds chosen were not disclosed. Index-tracking funds triumphed and Buffett donated $ 1 million to charity.
If you want to get to know your product line, which Buffett considers to be the best for small investors anyway, sign up for the show.
- Why index tracking funds?
- Advantages disadvantages
- ETF selection criteria
- Continuous savings and compound interest
Date: 2021. december 13. 19:00
Location: The Internet
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