Go Inside Jack's Office
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Post Office Boxes-Junk and prior renter's mail
I recently rented a box at the post office, primarily to have a secure place for mail for the times that I travel. Probably not surprisingly, I've been receiving mail addressed to the prior renters, as well as junk mail addressed to the box (with no name). Besides the nuisance, my main concern is...
Only one telephone jack in the house is working...
I noticed that the wired phone on my home office desk had no dial tone when I picked it up to make a call a few hours ago.Went to another phone in the guest bedroom - it had no dial tone either.Tried the one in the master bedroom - it worked.Plugged in the office and guest bedroom phones in...
Interactive Tour of Jack's office
An interactive tour of Jack's office. ... es-office/ Added bonus two videos of JackA good video of John Bogle to start the day or end the day. Enjoy!
Jack Bogle in this Month's Money Magazine
Heads Up! There is a great Q&A in Money Magazine entitled "Have Index Funds Won?" Answered by Jack Bogle.Without giving too much away, he is still not a fan of holding international and makes another excellent case on why it really does not matter. He also wrote Warren Buffett and asked him w...
A Look Inside Jack Bogle's Office
Hi Everyone:Here's a glimpse inside the office of our friend and mentor, Jack Bogle. At 86, he's still actively working as hard as ever. I've had the distinct honor of visiting with Jack in that office. Not mentioned in the article are his pride and joy -- a slide rule that he still uses and ...
Medal of Freedom: Still not Jack Bogle?
Here are this year's Medal of Freedom recipients: ... al-freedom Still not Jack Bogle?I have spent quite a bit of time trying to discover the nomination process, to no avail. I know that others have explored the same issue. How do we mount a campaign...
Jack has 86% stocks and 14% cash and rebalances annually. Each year, he sells or buys some amount of stock to do this, and the amount is recorded in a notebook he keeps on his desk.Jill, an office-mate of Jack, comes into a sum of money equal to 93 percent of Jack's portfolio value. She buys th...
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