Average fees paid by ETF investors have fallen over the last decade as low-cost options gain popularity and large flows create economies of scale.
Some newly minted currency hedgers seem to lack the fortitude necessary to reap the long-term benefits of hedging currency risk.
Foreign stocks can be riskier than their U.S. counterparts, but it is possible to mitigate this risk.
A race to lower expense ratios on broad-market ETFs, along with other factors, has pushed the estimated holding costs of many funds to nearly zero, writes Morningstar's Ben Johnson.
What our Estimated Holding Cost metric reveals.
A lower fee and a new benchmark have upped this total stock market ETF's appeal.
Current circumstances are a difficult pill to swallow for many bond investors, but that is no reason to offload your ballast, writes Morningstar’s Ben Johnson.
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Although both ETFs offer broad, low-cost exposure to U.S. stocks, Vanguard Total Stock Market is both more liquid and more representative of the market than Schwab U.S. Broad Market.
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