Mutual funds are facing a new challenge
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#1 Sep 14, 2008
#2 Sep 15, 2008
What the author fails to note is that mutual funds are ideal for investors who invest an intial amount and then want to buy additional shares regularly (aka dollar-cost averaging). An ETF investor has to pay a brokerage commission for each purchase and sale, which eats into returns. The failure to mention the brokerage fees w/ ETFs is a big flaw in the piece.
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