Financial Page is dedicated to providing Bogleheads.org and its members access to the blogging medium. The Bogleheads® community encompasses the forum, the wiki, three investment books (The Bogleheads’ Guide to Investing, The Bogleheads’ Guide to Retirement Planning, and The Bogleheads’ Guide to the Three- Fund Portfolio), a presence on Facebook and Twitter, The John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy, and now this blog. Taken together, we’re reaching out to provide education, assistance, and relevant information to investors of all experience levels in as many ways as possible.
Bogleheads forum members are welcome to post on this blog. If you would like to become a blogger, send us a private message with your request. Guidelines for blog posts:
- Blog content should be relevant to the content discussed in the Bogleheads forum for:
- Personal finance
- The Bogleheads community (including the wiki)
- Members with existing blogs may not link to their own site.
- Posts may be edited, approved, or removed at the discretion of the blog administrators.
The blog administrators, Barry Barnitz and LadyGeek, are also administrators of the Bogleheads wiki.
Bogleheads.org was founded in 2001 by Alex Frakt and Larry Auton as a post index of a Morningstar discussion forum. The site adopted its own forum in 2007 and added a wiki in 2008.
The Bogleheads forum was established on February 19, 2007. The forum attracts a global audience, who discuss aspects of personal finance and investing,
The Bogleheads wiki was established on May 13, 2008. The wiki has more than 900 articles dealing with personal finance, financial history, and investing.