I was sitting on Friday’s hilarious Dilbert, expecting to post it Saturday, but so many friends and colleagues mailed it in to me, I was compelled to post it today:

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Category: Index/ETFs, Investing

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4 Responses to “Index Funds Don’t Pick Themselves!”

  1. VennData says:

    “This year will be a stock-pickers market”

  2. limulus polyphemus says:

    It would be funny if it was not so true.

  3. crutcher says:

    Yeah I’m curious about this actually. If I have a billion dollars I want to entrust to a fund manager who I like and trust but is making less than a million per year, I’ve got to ask myself what a 10x jump in his salary is going to do to his personal life, process, pursuit of excellence…

  4. DeDude says:

    Picking index funds is like picking your nose. Anybody can do it, and a few will hit gold.