Larry Swedroe is principal and director of research for Buckingham Asset Management, LLC, a Registered Investment Advisor firm in St. Louis, Mo. He is also principal of BAM Advisor Services, LLC, a service provider to investment advisors across the country, most of whom are affiliated with CPA firms.
Swedroe’s mission is to educate people on what he believes to be the correct way to invest. He has written several books to help inform investors about the passive investment approach. An investing philosophy that involves not trying to time the market or pick hot stocks. A similar investment style to Pure’s philosophy.
Joe Anderson, CFP® and “Big Al” Clopine, CPA teamed up with Swedroe to write the foreword for his book, Playing the Winner’s Game: Think, Act and Invest Like Warren Buffet where they elaborate on investment strategies to help readers achieve their financial goals.
Swedroe is also a regular contributor to CBS MoneyWatch.com‘s blog where he gives his insight on what’s happening in the market and strategies for investors to increase their expected return.
Larry's Latest Contributions
Larry Swedroe from Buckingham Strategic Wealth talks about his 16th book, Your Complete Guide to a Successful and Secure Retirement. Larry discusses the two biggest retirement mistakes, and what he calls the five horsemen of the retirement apocalypse. Plus, is there a way to consolidate your investment portfolio before you retire and avoid paying capital […]
Brian Perry and Larry Swedroe on market volatility, whether, as President Donald Trump said, the Fed is crazy, and what 3 things you should do next to be like the greatest investor of all time, Warren Buffett. Plus, answers to your questions: can you roll a 401(k) into a home purchase? What’s a good allocation […]
Larry Swedroe, Director of Research at Buckingham Strategic Wealth and columnist at ETF.com, talks about how his views on active vs. passive, the value premium, market predictors and expected returns held up since he wrote his first book 20 years ago – and how he feels today about global diversification and alternative investments. Plus, Joe […]