Many companies featured on Money advertise with us. Opinions are our own, but compensation and
in-depth research determine where and how companies may appear. Learn more about how we make money.

By turnercowles
July 27, 2015

The life of a financial adviser can be very tricky. Many of them believe that leaving a client’s investments alone is the best option, but when, year after year, clients come in asking what the best course of action is for their money, what do you tell them? Jack Bogle, who 40 years ago founded the mutual fund giant Vanguard (it now has about $3 trillion of assets under management), explains exactly what a financial adviser should do and what a financial adviser should say.

Read next: Jack Bogle Explains How the Index Fund Won With Investors

EDIT POST