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Burton Malkiel interview on US News and World report
Old 01-08-2007, 03:02 PM   #1
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Burton Malkiel interview on US News and World report

There's an interesting interview with Burton Malkiel on his current take on investing (found from Morningstar Diehard forum).

One fact from the article that blew me away was that only 10% of individual investments are in index funds while 30% of institutional money is in index funds.

The institutional number isn't a big surprise, but the individual number is very surprising.

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