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The Bogleheads Wiki



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This wiki is designed to help participants gain experience working with a wiki. Keep in mind that a wiki is a collegiate, collective effort. Feel free to create pages on suggested topics or on appropriate topics not on the list. Each link below takes you to a topic index. Remember that all pages can be edited. Enjoy!


*** Given that our Wiki is very young, you can access pages with greater facility by using the topical folders in the folder sidebar ***


Topic Index

Beginner Topics

     basics on stocks, bonds, mutual funds, fees and expenses, taxes, model portfolios

Advanced Topics

     articles on market theory and other advanced topics

Asset Classes

     details on bond and stock funds, REIT, commodities and alternative investments

Portfolio Management

     asset allocation topics and portfolio construction

Tax Management

      efficient fund placement, tax loss harvesting, cost-basis accounting, tax advantaged accounts

Retirement Savings

     retirement plans and calculators, safe withdrawal rates, annuities, estate planning

College Savings

     coverdell and 529 plans

Charitable Giving

     donor-advised funds, split-interest gifts, donating appreciated securities,

Resources and Links

     fund information, list of websites and blogs, tools and calculators, historical return and correlation data

Books: Recommendations and  Reviews

     list of recommended books with reviews and links to diehard forum discussions



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