Table of contents for Don't count on it : reflections on investment illusions, capitalism, "mutual" funds, indexing, entrepreneurship, idealism, and heroes / John C. Bogle.


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Foreword.
Introduction.
A Note to the Reader.
Part I: Investment Illusions.
Chapter 1: Don't Count On It! The Perils of Numeracy.
Chapter 2: The Relentless Rules of Humble Arithmetic.
Chapter 3: The Telltale Chart.
Chapter 4: A Question So Important That It Should Be Hard To Think about Anything Else.
Chapter 5: The Uncanny Ability to Recognize the Obvious.
Part II: Capitalism.
Chapter 6: What Went Wrong in Corporate America?
Chapter 7: Fixing a Broken Financial System.
Chapter 8: Vanishing Treasures: Business Values and Investment Values.
Chapter 9: A Crisis of Ethic Proportions.
Chapter 10: Black Monday and Black Swans.
Chapter 11: The Go-Go Years.
Part III: “Mutual” Funds.
Chapter 12: Re-Mutualizing the Mutual Fund Industry: The Alpha and the Omega.
Chapter 13: A New Order of Things: Bringing Mutuality to the “Mutual” Fund.
Chapter 14: The Fiduciary Principle: No Man Can Serve Two Masters.
Chapter 15: Mutual Funds at the Millennium: Fund Directors and Fund Myths.
Chapter 16: “High Standards of Commercial Honor…Just and Equitable Principles of Trade…Fair Dealing with Investors”.
Part IV: Indexing.
Chapter 17: Success In Investment Management: What Can We Learn From Indexing?
Chapter 18: As The Index Fund Moves from Heresy to Dogma…What More Do We Need To Know?
Chapter 19: “The Chief Cornerstone”.
Chapter 20: CONVERGENCE!
The Great Paradox: Just as Active Fund Management Becomes More and More Like Passive Indexing, So Passive Indexing Becomes More and More Like Active Fund Management.
Part V: Entrepreneurship.
Chapter 21: Capitalism, Entrepreneurship, and Investing: The 18th Century vs. the 21st Century.
Chapter 22: Seventeen Rules of Entrepreneurship.
Chapter 23: “Vanguard: Saga of Heroes”.
Chapter 24: When Does Innovation Go Too Far?
Part VI: Idealism.
Chapter 25: Business as a Calling.
Chapter 26: The Right Kind of Success.
Chapter 27: “This Above All: To Thine Own Self Be True”.
Chapter 28: “Enough”.
Chapter 29: If You Can Trust Yourself…
Chapter 30: The Fifth “Never”.
Chapter 31: “When a Man Comes to Himself”.
Part VII: Heroes.
Chapter 33: Paul A. Samuelson.
Chapter 34: Peter L. Bernstein.
Chapter 35: Bernard Lown, M.D..
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Investments.
Portfolio management.
Business mathematics.