Bogleheads® Wiki 2020 annual report
In a departure from the wiki's policy of neutrality, this content presents the personal viewpoint of LadyGeek.
May 13, 2020 marks the twelth anniversary of the launching of The Bogleheads® Wiki. The wiki was publicly announced on May 21, 2008. Our Wiki statistics page provides us with the following numerical snapshot of our wiki project as of May 11, 2020.
Historical statistics and a timeline of wiki initiatives can be found in the appendix to this report.
|Statistics||Wiki Visits over the past Five Years|
The year in review
Many wiki editors contribute, but I would like to thank fyre4ce and FiveK for overhauling the US retirement plan and US tax pages. Several lively forum discussions ensued, with everyone benefiting.
This section presents the personal viewpoint of LadyGeek.
Our efforts to help non-US investors continues. Non-US versions of our US-focused new investor pages have been created.
- Getting started for non-US investors
- Bogleheads® investing start-up kit for non-US investors
- My portfolio: seeking advice
- Building a non-US Boglehead portfolio
US retirement plans received a major overhaul.
- Traditional IRA and Non-deductible traditional IRA
- Required Minimum Distribution
- Roth IRA conversion
- Stretch IRA
- Traditional versus Roth and Traditional versus Roth examples
For a complete list of new pages, refer to the 2019 - 2020 new pages box provided below.
The table below provides a history of cumulative annual statistics for The Bogleheads® Wiki, derived during the annual May anniversary week of the wiki's founding. The spreadsheet component of the table also contains tabs showing the annual statistics for each year.
|Average Page Edits||12.49||12.36||12.19||12.13||12.02||13.12||13.38||13.62||13.15||13.08||12.83|
- Bogleheads® forum topic: , Barry Barnitz. May 21, 2008