Are you taking advantage of the ETF fee war? See the article below and ETF PM’s investable benchmark portfolios.
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Who’s winning the ETF fee war? Hopefully you are
Elizabeth MacBride, 9/15/14
Exchange-traded fund providers, including Vanguard, Charles Schwab and BlackRock’s iShares, have been slashing the expense ratios on their index ETFs in the past two years, trying to one-up each other and win more of your investing money.
The stakes are high among the ETF industry giants, as investors embrace the passive style of fund management in greater numbers. The exchange-traded fund industry reached more than $1.9 trillion in assets at the end of August, according to ETF.com data, and 2013 saw a record level of flows into ETFs—$188 billion.
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