Registration for the 2022 Bogleheads Conference is NOW OPEN!

The Bogle Center is pleased to announce that registration for the 2022 Bogleheads Conference is NOW OPEN!

The 2022 Bogleheads Conference will be held:

October 12 – 14, 2022
Oak Brooks Hills Resort
Westmont, IL (15 miles south of O’hare Airport).

There are 500 seats available:

  • Anyone can attend. Membership on Bogleheads.org is NOT required to buy tickets.
  • Tickets are first-come, first-serve. You may buy for two people at one time.
  • There are two charges: a three-day conference for $395 per person (through May), and the Bogleheads Banquet on Thursday evening, $100 per person. If you attend both, the total cost will be $495.
  • You may also purchase tickets ala cart if you have a guest attending either the conference or the banquet or both.
  • The link to reserve a hotel room is on the website.

A conference ticket includes:

  • Entrance to all conference activities except the banquet, which is $100 extra.
  • Bogleheads University on Wednesday afternoon (focused on new Bogleheads).
  • Wednesday evening reception with hors d’oeuvres and drinks.
  • Breakfast Thursday, lunch Thursday, and breakfast Friday.
  • Refreshments and snacks at breaks.

Preliminary agenda

We’re still working on the agenda, but so far we’ve got:

  • Wall Street Journal columnist/author Jason Zweig in conversation with author/financial advisor Bill Bernstein.
  • Author and economist Burton Malkiel.
  • Washington Post columnist/author Michelle Singletary.
  • Bogleheads favorites Rick Ferri, Mike Piper, and Allan Roth.
  • Jim Dahle (aka “White Coat Investor”).
  • Chris Mamula of the “Can I Retire Yet?” blog (FIRE).
  • Financial planner Jon Luskin.
  • Ben Johnson, head of global ETF research for Morningstar.
  • Bogleheads University, a day of learning for Bogleheads newbies and people who want a knowledge refresh.
  • A Bogleheads banquet, including the first inductee into the Bogleheads Hall of Fame.

Registration


Click HERE for conference information and registration.

If you would like to attend, but the ticket cost is not within your budget, a limited number of scholarships are available through The John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy. Please contact us for more information: https://boglecenter.net/about/contact/

We hope to see you there!

The Bogle Center Board

Investment adviser, analyst, author and industry consultant

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