With Jack Bogle's passing last week, many articles have been written highlighting his revolutionary approach to investing for the common man: the index fund.
Query: Will Ken Tumin one day be regarded as equally revolutionary, bringing transparency to the somewhat arcane market of CDs, savings accounts, and other fixed-income investments?
For one, I was around (sort of) when Ken started his blog, and have followed it ever since. Just like followers of Jack Bogle are called "Bogleheads", I guess I might be called a "Tuminhead".
To me, Ken has been as revolutionary to deposit accounts as Jack was to stock and bond investing.