There is a great niche for investors to explore in what is called sustainable investing — which focuses on environmental, social and governance factors — if they are willing to take a long-term view.
Jim Cramer discusses what's next for Wells Fargo following Tim Sloan's resignation.
Jim Cramer explains why individual stock picking is making an exciting comeback.
Jack Bogle, the founder of index fund giant Vanguard Group, died Wednesday, Jan. 16. He left a warning. He was concerned that big passive fund managers were gaining too much control over the voting shares of U.S. corporations.
Former Vanguard Group Chairman and CEO F. William McNabb's first, and most impactful, meeting with Vanguard founder Jack Bogle was an interview for a product manager position in the 401k business in 1986.
The Vanguard Group founder, who was worth $80 million, regularly donated half his salary, according to The New York Times, but he still wasn't fully satisfied.
Jack Bogle was famous for making investing accessible to everyone through index funds. His message was simple: why waste money on expensive fees and commissions for complex funds when market barometers often outperform them?
According to data from Morningstar, actively managed funds experienced outflows of nearly $143 billion in December, their worst month ever.
Legendary investor Jack Bogle passed away at age 89 on Jan. 16th, 2019, and in his last interview with CNBC, he explained why timing markets never works. Bogle founded The Vanguard Group and invented the world's first index fund.
Jack Bogle, father of the index fund and legendary investor, died Wednesday at age 89.
Jack Bogle needed brainpower and market know-how to put together the first index fund. But for investors, it's become pretty easy.
CNBC's "Power Lunch" team is joined by Jason Zweig of the Wall Street Journal to discuss the legacy of late investing legend Jack Bogle.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen and Bill Griffeth join 'The Exchange' to discuss Jack Bogle's legacy as the index fund pioneer.
"If a statue is ever erected to honor the person who has done the most for American investors, the hands down choice should be Jack Bogle," wrote Warren Buffett.
Ariel Investments Chairman and CEO John Rogers speaks with CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" on the death of Vanguard founder Jack Bogle.
Bob Pisani reflects on how Jack Bogle's legacy will live on in the markets.
CNBC's Jim Cramer reflects on how the late Jack Bogle changed the industry.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen and Jeff Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management senior associate dean, join "Squawk Box" to remember the legendary Jack Bogle after his passing.
Bogle's central insight was that money managers were almost never worth their high fees.
Bogle, who died Wednesday, devised the index fund in 1975 as a way for retail investors to be able to compete with the pros.