FINAL DAY and a Bogleheads’ Giveaway!

Today is the last day of the Bogleheads’ October Project. Bringing us the review of the last chapter is Ironman of Political Calculations.

To celebrate the end of this project, I will send a copy of the book to two lucky commenters. All you have to do is a leave a comment, which will enter you in the giveaway. I’ll announce the two randomly-selected winners on Friday. Good Luck!

46 thoughts on “FINAL DAY and a Bogleheads’ Giveaway!”

  1. Great book. One of the better reads on this subject. I checked it out form the local library after a month waiting on the list. I would love to have my own copy and read it once again.

  2. I’m a Diehard and have been using index funds for over 20 years. Therefore, even though I respect the authors, I figured there was little that I haven’t already absorbed and implemented from this book. That said, I won’t say no to a free volume.

  3. I heard him speak at NYU. He is incredibly smart. He called his presentation the “The Relentless Rules of Humble Arithmetic”. And he proposed the CMH ( pun on EMH ), the costs matter hypothesis.

    I would be very interested to read what he has to say, at length.

  4. This is one of the few index/passive/MPT investing books I don’t have. The reviews have been great. Thanks to all who contributed. What’s the next project?

  5. I am a new follower of your website; would love to read this book! The chapter reviews are just enough to hook me…I can’t wait to read more.

  6. I would definitely be interested in this book, it sounds like a great read for someone like me who is just starting out and has no clue.

  7. My library does not have it either, so I will also donate the book if I win it. After I read it of course.

  8. Thanks a lot for setting up the reviews. I’ve enjoyed most of them and would like to read the entire book soon.

  9. Well heck – I’d certainly be interested in a copy. Once done I can Freecycle it and give it to some other fiscally conscious reader.

  10. I read each of the reviews. I am regular on the Diehard site and would enjoy a copy of the book. Good luck to all who entered.

  11. This is a comment from a reader named Dave who couldn’t post.

    Dave said:

    “Was first introduced to this book on the Diehards website; but have yet to find it at the local library. Did see a copy at Barnes & Noble; but immediately recommended the last copy available to a younger person who was looking for a good guide to investing. Look forward to getting access through the library if I am not fortunate enough to win a copy here. Thanks for what you have done for young investors. Let’s hope that more young people get the right advice for investing while they are young.”

  12. This a great book for every novice investor. I plan to give a copy to each of my children and grandchildren.
    Hopefully each will be a Diehard!!!

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