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How do we view meme stocks and cryptocurrency?

An intro to Tim Buckley’s webcast video on cryptocurrencies and meme stocks.
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April 14, 2022
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Investing trends may come and go, but we know what works: focusing on your long-term goals and staying the course.

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Vanguard is investor-owned, meaning the fund shareholders own the funds, which in turn own Vanguard.

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