Vanguard CEO Tim Buckley: Investors Should Be Very Conservative Around Return Assumptions | CNBC

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At the Inside ETFs Conference, Vanguard CEO Tim Buckley speaks to CNBC’s Bob Pisani about the state of ETF investing, the environment for active versus passive investing as well as what he thinks about bitcoin.

Vanguard CEO Tim Buckley: Investors Should Be Very Conservative Around Return Assumptions | CNBC

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21 Responses

  1. Jacques says:

    Thank you for the nice interview.

  2. Paquin13 says:

    He said it at the end: Trust is key. Hodl your BTC.

  3. Bob crushing the sunglasses game!

  4. 4% ? LOL, how do you model this market again? Forward PE I guess 🙂 . Most indicators are flashing red. At this price, the returns are certainly negative for the next decade. In the short run, this market meltup will continue.

  5. Wrong. Wrong. Wrong. It is used to trade into other sources of altcoins. It is a source of liquidity for other cryptos. That is a useful purpose.

  6. 7 11 says:

    id take 4.5%, guaranteed for the next 50 years

  7. 7 11 says:

    you gotta love vanguard, still looking after the punters

  8. Crypto will be a 5 trillion dollar market by 2020!

  9. I'm not looking to get rich quick. I'm want to get rich for sure.

  10. Aklar_45 says:

    Blasting bitcoin lol

  11. didn't know Bill maher worked for CNBC

  12. Jon Braun says:

    4-4.5% over the next 10 years??? wtf? Did he mean in one year for ten years? I hope so.

  13. Ji Seop Choi says:

    Really nice informative video!

  14. Wow ! One week after this video the market actually crashed hard ! Like this guy and vangard's prespectives.

  15. Whips and Leaders are the true crux of our corruption. They were created during the height of Government corruption in 1899 and 1900. They were NOT implemented by the framers of the Constitution or the Declaration of Independence. Congress is manipulated by Whips and Leaders to broker the bills in a profiteering manner to 501c's, corporations and other countries. There is no defensible argument, Congress betrayed their Fiduciary duty. Whips and Leaders should have been eliminated with Antitrust in the early 1900's. Whips and Leaders front run our republic.

  16. Best argument on BTC technology behind is great but doesn't generate cash.

  17. Investing is a "zero-sum game" says Tim Buckley (2:19)? So if I invest in a good company that doesn't help the economy, and if I invest in a bad one that doesn't hurt?

  18. when did this interview take place?

  19. Bhavin Patel says:

    This is why I don't invest in funds.

  20. 3rkid2 says:

    Youtube commenters that think they know more than the CEO of Vanguard 😂😂

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