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Registration for the 2022 Bogleheads Conference is NOW OPEN!

Post on: April 18, 2022 by Rick Ferri

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.


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/contact/

We hope to see you there!

The Bogle Center Board

About the author 

Rick Ferri

Investment adviser, analyst, author and industry consultant


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