ETF Fees Explained in Article from Remonsy ETF Network

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SAN JOSE, Calif. - May 23, 2014 - PRLog -- The Remonsy ETF Network has published an article that explains what ETFs are so investors can have a better understanding while building their portfolios.

Exchange traded funds, also known as ETFs, have evolved throughout the years; starting originally as mutual funds that then turned into index funds before becoming the ETF.

“ETF Fees Explained” ( continues by discussing the costs associated with buying and owning exchange traded funds. The first section covers the six expenses and one possible offsetting income that make up the total cost of the ETF. The first three of these are the total trading costs, including commissions, discounts and premiums to net asset value (NAV), and the bid/ask spread.

The remaining three costs discussed are the internal fees, trading costs, and portfolio drift. Each one of these six expenses and the one possible offsetting income are defined for do-it-yourself investors get complete understanding of what’s involved in buying ETFs.

The article continues with ETF fees explained through concrete examples. A graphic that depicts the Vanguard S&P 500 ETF is used to show the total holding cost for the ETF over the past 12 months. Information on how to evaluate total holding costs on your own is then shared. The final graphic in the article shows a comparison of total holding cost for various ETFs that follow the S&P 500 Index.

Investors who need ETF fees explained to them before investing can find all of the pertinent information before buying ETFs in this article from Remonsy ETF Network:

Remonsy ETF Network provides investors with ETF investing advice through daily articles, free reports, and premium subscription services. Remonsy founder and CEO Tom Vaughan has nearly three decades of investment experience as a financial advisor. Vaughan founded and acted as CEO of Retirement Capital Strategies, an award-winning retirement planning and money management company located in Silicon Valley. Vaughan began using ETFs in client portfolios in 1998.

As an advisor, Vaughan operated with more than $300 million under management, and has created over 6,000 financial plans. His wisdom can be found at Remonsy ETF Network, where he’s the primary author.
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