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Postby Peculiar_Investor » 15 Feb 2012 20:05

I have started development of an article on Low cost investing - finiki

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Re: Low cost investing

Postby optionable68 » 15 Feb 2012 22:00

Peculiar_Investor wrote:I have started development of an article on Low cost investing - finiki

Contributions welcome. If you don't feel like editing the text yourself, I will consider including text suggestions made here.


How about edits ?

"A wise brokerage choose has the potential to save hundreds of dollars a year."

(Same for "Low Cost Banking")
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Re: Low cost investing

Postby Peculiar_Investor » 15 Feb 2012 22:12

Thanks, fixed both. Cut-and-paste error.
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Re: Low cost investing

Postby George$ » 24 Feb 2012 09:40

Wasn't sure where to best post this article in today's Globe & Mail Investor Clinic - by John Heinzl
Understanding MERs, management fees and other costs
It starts with -
What’s the difference between a management fee and management expense ratio (MER), or are these just different terms for the same thing?

No, the management fee and MER are not the same. This has long been a source of confusion for investors, and the uneven disclosure of some mutual fund and ETF providers hasn’t helped
- and he explains how to dig out the TER in your fund or ETF (Trading Expense Ratio)

In addition there is his Video: How to find the true yield of your dividend ETF
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