47 0 0 0 13 6. Mark Zuckerberg’s Net Worth Skyrocketed as He Testified to Congress. 9 Million in a Ponzi Scheme. 9 million in a Ponzi scheme, on what when is the best time to invest’s learned about greed on Wall Street.

That’s more than the GDP of Switzerland. Jack Bogle attends the Forbes Media Centennial Celebration at Pier 60 on September 19, 2017 in New York City. But he also says you should ignore it. Bitcoin ETFs are one step closer to reality.

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Market data provided by Interactive Data. ETF and Mutual Fund data provided by Morningstar, Inc. P Index data is the property of Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. Powered and implemented by Interactive Data Managed Solutions. 47 0 0 0 13 6. Dave Ramsey knows how to capture your attention.

Normally he uses that skill in the service of doling out financial advice to the more than 7. 7 million people who tune in to his radio show every week, which makes him the third-most-popular radio personality in the country, behind Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity and ahead of Glenn Beck. Or to the thousands more who throng to his live events, like his planned appearance at a 3,000-seat arena in New Jersey in November. In June, however, Ramsey took to Twitter and engaged a very different audience: financial advisers.

I help more people in 10 min. Ramsey tweeted at a group of advisers in response to a discussion they had kicked off about him. Strong words, but so were those of the advisers. Ramsey’s tweet sparked more debate online, in barbed blog posts from other advisers and investment writers. Which goes to show that Ramsey is one of the most compelling figures in the world of financial advice, as well as a polarizing one.

When MONEY readers were asked in a recent survey whom they would most want to read more about, Ramsey ranked near the top. It makes sense: He’s an eloquent, relentless preacher for habits any reader of this magazine would embrace, like saving a lot, staying out of debt, and planning for the long run. Yet he gives investment advice that drives many financial advisers crazy, and with some cause. In Ramseyland, you can let everything ride on equities, and the bull market of the 1980s and ’90s goes on forever.