Investors are choosing passive over active investing by a huge margin for lower costs and a shot at better returns.
The little-guy investing group the Bogleheads is back.
Yes, index funds and passive investing can be a better choice than actively managed funds with high costs, but index funds have their own issues.
The Bogleheads are getting together for their 14th conference. Don't be deceived by their cheapskate talk -- they have figured out how to get rich, albeit slowly.
John Bogle, founder of Vanguard and inventor of the index fund, fires off about the stock market and what investors should do.