February 6, 2015 Admin | February 6, 2015 Why should you ignore Jim Cramer and listen to John Bogle? What defines the difference between the two men?
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You shouldn’t listen to Jim Cramer, because he’s a salesman. You should listen to John Bogle, because he’s a teacher of finances.
You should listen to someone who is out to help you such as John Bogle and not an entertainer such as Jim Crammer. Jim Crammer is not trying to teach you how to invest he is trying to entertain you with all the bells and whistles of “Main Streets” ideal way of having people do investing. John Bogle set out to provide a service to people and help them invest at the lowest costs that are available. You should listen to teachers and not sales people or entertainers who have a conflict of interest in your investing.
you should not listen to Jim Kramer, because he instills emotions into your investing(and he’s obnoxious!). You should put emotions aside and address investing from a rational point of view.
You should ignore Jim Cramer, and anyone else with a conflict of interest. He isn’t looking at what is the best investing strategy for YOU, he is looking at what will make him the most money. And he is hoping you will be ignorant enough about finances and investing to trust him. John Bogle, however, is trying to lower your costs while investing, such as through Vanguard, a non-profit organization. Non-profit means he has no conflict of interest so he has no incentive to sell you bad items, like Jim Cramer does.
Well said ladies and gentlemen. Let’s recap.
(1) Jim Cramer is a buffoon that should be ignored. He will cause you more harm than good. The informed investor will see through this ridiculous presentation. Here is an example:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKpnpgHrS0g.
(2) John Bogle is that sane voice in an insane world. He will guide you down the path toward becoming the informed and successful investor when you are ready. See more here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDJvEleXY5o.
(3) Focus your efforts on education rather than outsmarting others or trying to get an edge. Your financial future will benefit in many wonderful ways. Onward!