PRLog - April 29, 2014 - SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Remonsy ETF Network released an article comparing the three lowest cost Schwab ETFs with the three lowest cost Vanguard ETFs. A graph shows some valuable information for each of the ETFs, including: bid/ask spread, premium/discount spread, expense ratio, and total holding cost.
In addition to looking at the trading cost for both Schwab and Vanguard ETFs, this article (http://remonsy.com/
Currently, two of Schwab’s ETFs have the lowest expense ratio of 0.04%. According to the article, this is extremely low, as the average managed mutual fund has an expense ratio of 1.26%.
The Schwab vs. Vanguard debate is addressed in this article. To learn which company offers the lowest prices ETFs, and the cost factors that are important to consider while investing, visit “Schwab ETF Fees vs. Vanguard ETF Fees” on the Remonsy ETF Network at http://remonsy.com/
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