PRLog - March 28, 2014 - SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Many investors consider buying a Vanguard ETF vs mutual funds. This propels them to think about which is a better investment to make.
An article from Remonsy ETF Network takes a look at the ETF vs mutual fund debate, and selects a winner based on cost and performance. The average net expense ratio was one big part of the selection process, which is displayed as a graph in the article. The percentage of Vanguard Funds in the top 50% of the category over the past five years is also shown as a graph, so a clear look at investment types is present.
“ETF vs Mutual Fund: Vanguard Funds, Who Wins?” (http://remonsy.com/
To discover which investment is better for your portfolio, a Vanguard ETF or Vanguard Mutual Fund, take a look at this article from Remonsy ETF Network: http://remonsy.com/
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