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Dear Bogleheads,

The Board of the John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy is delighted to announce that the 2024 Bogleheads Conference will be held from September 27-29 at the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis in downtown Minneapolis. Registration for the conference and hotel are now open!

SPEAKERS AND SCHEDULE

The conference will run from 1 p.m. on Friday, September 27, through 12 p.m. on Sunday, September 29.

Confirmed guest speakers so far include:

William Bengen

Scott Burns

Leif Dahleen

SC Gutierrez

Jonathan Guyton

Victor Haghani

Matt Hougan

Karsten Jeske

Carolyn McClanahan

Paul Merriman

Paula Pant

John Rekenthaler

Jenny Rozelle

Harry Sit

Richard Sylla

In addition, Bogleheads regulars who will be participating include:

Christine Benz

Bill Bernstein

Karen Damato

Jim Dahle

Rick Ferri

John Luskin

Mike Piper

Allan Roth 


The first day will be dedicated to Bogleheads University. There will be two tracks: “Bogleheads 101” for investing fundamentals and “Bogleheads 501,” which will cover advanced topics.

We’re also planning a special Bogleheads Banquet on Saturday evening, September 28. The banquet will feature a seated dinner, a speaker presentation and Q&A, and the 2024 inductee into the Bogleheads Hall of Fame. 

We’re looking forward to seeing you there!

The Board of the John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy

September 27-29

2024

Hyatt Regency Minneapolis

Minneapolis, MN

Registration

Date: Friday, September 27 (1 p.m.) through Sunday, September 29 (12 p.m.), 2024
Location: Hyatt Regency Minneapolis in Downtown Minneapolis, MN
Cost: $525 Early Bird (through May 31); $625 (starting June 1)
Extras: $115/pp to attend the Bogleheads banquet

There are 500 slots for the conference and tickets are on a first-come, first-served basis. Membership on Bogleheads.org is not required to buy tickets.

Start by selecting your ticket type from the dropdown menu and then complete the required fields. If you wish to register more than one person for the conference or register a partner to join you for the banquet, click on the Add Attendees button to fill in the new details once you have completed your own form. The registration form includes fields to help us gather demographic information on attendees. This is for our internal use, and we do not sell this information or any other information about attendees. Note that the date of birth field is optional, and if you prefer not to share company / title information, or if it is not relevant, simply state "None" or "NA."

Early-bird registration is $525 and runs through May 31. The banquet is an additional $115 per person and a combined ticket (conference plus banquet) is $640. Starting June 1, the registration fee will go up to $625 and the banquet will remain $115 per person. Note that Spark Network is handling registration again this year. You’ll receive a receipt from Spark and the charge will appear as “Spark Network” on your credit card.


As always, we’re aiming to run the conference “at cost” for attendees so that as many Bogleheads as possible can attend. The registration and banquet fees are slightly higher than 2023 because of higher costs for food, beverage, and the venue. All of the conference speakers are donating their time, which helps keep costs down. 


If you have questions about your registration, please contact bogleheadsconference@bogle.center.

Hotel Reservations

This year’s conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis.

We’ve secured a room block at the hotel at a rate of $199/night. Rooms at the special rate are limited and based on demand for past events. In addition to the main conference dates (Friday, Sept. 27, and Saturday, Sept. 28), we’ve secured a smaller number of rooms at the special conference rate for the adjacent nights of Sept. 26 and Sept. 29. To take advantage of this rate and to secure a room at the conference hotel, please make sure to confirm your room reservation ASAP

Scholarships

If you would like to attend the conference but doing so would present a financial hardship, we offer scholarships that cover conference registration. For full-time students who can provide a student ID, we offer a special student rate of $100 for conference registration. (Both the scholarship and student rate apply to conference registration only, not travel costs.) Please contact cbenz@bogle.center to discuss either option.

Cancellations

You can cancel for any reason and receive a full refund up to 30 days before the start of the event. If you have questions about your registration, please email bogleheadsconference@bogle.center. If you need to cancel your hotel reservation, please contact the hotel.

Agenda

Coming Soon

ORGANIZATION, MISSION, VISION, VALUES

The John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving financial literacy. We were approved by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) public charity on February 6, 2012. The approval was retroactive to November 22, 2010, the date of the organization's incorporation as a non-profit Texas Corporation.

Mission

To expand John C. Bogle's legacy by promoting the principles of successful investing and financial well-being through education and community.

Vision

Create a world of well-informed, capable, and empowered investors.

Values

  • Commitment to and focus on the investment philosophy of John C. Bogle.
  • Community: The maintenance and expansion of the well-established Boglehead sense of community and belonging.
  • Fairness: That investment companies should treat investors equitably so that investors receive their fair share of investment returns.
  • Focus: Highlighting quantitative evidence-based research.
  • Simplicity: That investing can and should be simple.
  • Stewardship: Advocating for and supporting servant leadership dedicated to the benefit of investors.