La inversión pasiva en índices en 10 citas definitivas

En la mayoría de los artículos que escribo, siempre dejo al final de ellos una cita de alguno de los inversores más prestigiosos que existen o han existido. 

Siento cierta predilección por las citas de inversión. No se puede concentrar tanto conocimiento en tan pocas palabras. 

En la entrada de hoy no te dejo una, sino diez. Es una recopilación de las mejores citas dichas por legendarios inversores y economistas influyentes en el mundo de la inversión. Son 10 citas relacionadas con la estrategia de inversión pasiva en índices bursátiles que sigo con mi cartera de inversión

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CNBC Interview:

"The best way in my view is to just buy a low-cost index fund and keep buying it regularly over time, because you'll be buying into a wonderful industry, which in effect is all of American industry...People ought to sit back and relax and keep accumulating over time."


warren buffett

Warren E. Buffett

Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway


"The Little Book of Common Sense Investing" by John C. Bogle:

"The S&P is up 343.8 percent for 10 years. That is a four-bagger. The general equity funds are up 283 percent. So it's getting worse, the deterioration by professionals is getting worse. The public would be better off in an index fund."



Peter Lynch

American businessman and stock investor


"Challenge to Judgement" The Journal of Portfolio Management:

"Perhaps there really are managers who can outperform the market consistently - logic would suggest that they exist. But they are remarkably well-hidden"



Paul Samuelson

Nobel Laureate in Economics, 1970


"The Intelligent Asset Allocator" by William Bernstein:

"99% of fund managers demonstrate no evidence of skill whatsoever."



William Bernstein

American financial theorist and neurologist


"Thinking, Fast and Slow" by Daniel Kahneman:

"Mutual funds are run by highly experienced and hard working professionals who buy and sell stocks to achieve the best possible results for their clients. Nevertheless, the evidence from more than fifty years of research is conclusive: for a large majority of fund managers, the selection of stocks is more like rolling dice than like playing poker"


Daniel Kahneman

Daniel Kahneman

Nobel Laureate in Economics, 2002


Interview with Hartman L. Butler, "An Hour with Mr. Graham":

"If I have noticed anything over these 60 years on Wall Street, it is that people do not succeed in forecasting what's going to happen to the stock market."


Benjamin Graham

Benjamin Graham

Legendary American investor


"The Little Book of Common Sense Investing" by John C. Bogle:

"Surprise! The returns reported by mutual funds aren't actually earned by mutual fund investors."



John C. Bogle

Founder of The Vanguard Group


"Portfolio Selection: Efficient diversification of investments" by Harry Markowitz:

"A good portfolio is more than a long list of good stocks and bonds. It is a balanced whole, providing the investor with protections and opportunities with respect to a wide range of contingencies."



Harry Markowitz

Nobel Laureate in Economics, 1990


"A Random Walk Down Wall Street" by Burton Malkiel:

"I have become increasingly convinced that the past records of mutual fund managers are essentially worthless in predicting future success. The few examples of consistently superior performance occur no more frequently than can be expected by chance"



Burton Malkiel

American economist and writer


"The Arithmetic of Active Management" Financial Analysts Journal:

"Properly measured, the average actively managed dollar must underperform the average passively managed dollar, net of costs. Empirical analyses that appear to refute this principle are guilty of improper measurement."



William Sharpe

Nobel Laureate in Economics, 1990

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