When you shop for a car, you know there’s more to its cost than the sticker price. In addition to special options, you need to consider insurance and repair expenses. There are also less obvious costs, such as the reliability of the car, its fuel economy, and more.
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are similar. You can’t rely solely on explicit costs—expense ratios and transaction costs that appear prominently in most fund materials. In our latest thought leadership, we help you break down the three essential elements that add up to total cost of ETF ownership.
By looking under the hood, you can help ensure clients have portfolios that reflect their objectives—and potentially save them substantial costs down the road.
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