PRLog - May 1, 2014 - SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Remonsy ETF Network published an article that compares the S&P 500 index funds with S&P 500 ETFs. The comparison goes through the total holding costs of six different ETFs and shares other expenses and incomes, like trading, drift and lending.
The article (http://remonsy.com/
“Which is Best: We Compare S&P 500 Index Fund and S&P 500 ETFs” concludes by listing the winner and loser of this comparison. The suggestion of which ETF to purchase is given, and the suggestion of the index fund to avoid is also given.
To see a comparison of the S&P 500 index funds and the S&P 500 ETFs, visit the Remonsy ETF Network at: http://remonsy.com/
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