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  1. Lower fees announced

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    Wed, 24 Dec 2014

    funds report no changes. The funds issuing revised prospectuses in December 2014 are listed in the table below this article.... < - > https://personal.vanguard.com/us/insights/article/ expense - ratio -changes-122014

  2. Supplement to CREF VAs, Dec 1, 2014

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    Thu, 18 Dec 2014

    three classes. CREF Accounts currently have a single class structure, which means that each CREF Account has the same expense ratio across employer-sponsored and individual plans/products of all sizes. To better align CREF's pricing structure

  3. Don't Pay Up to Play REITs

    Video Reports

    Thu, 18 Dec 2014

    portfolios are very similar, the single most important thing to focus on when investing in a REIT ETF is the expense ratio . VNQ charges an expense ratio of 10 basis points, making it one of the lowest-priced ETF options available. A major consideration

    Expense Ratio found at 1:05

    thing to focus on when investing in a REIT ETF is the expense ratio . VNQ charges an expense ratio of 10 basis points, making it one of the lowest-priced ETF options available. A major consideration when investing in REITs is interest
  4. The Winners and Losers of U.S. Equity Funds in 2014

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    Tue, 16 Dec 2014

    Marketocracy , Bread , or Footprints in Their Names. Loser: Funds With Really High Fees Nysa Fund NYSAX charges a 5.41% expense ratio , and it lost 42% in the year to date. Pacific Advisors Mid Cap Value PAMVX charges 3.69% and lost 14%. Loser

  5. When Boring Becomes Exciting

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    Mon, 15 Dec 2014

    was 13.96%, 14.26%, and 5.92%, respectively. Per the Fund’s prospectus dated 10/31/14, the expense ratio for the Olstein All Cap Value Fund Class C was 2.28%. Performance and expense ratios for other share classes will

  6. Why Bond Investors May Benefit from Actively Managed Mutual Funds and ETFs

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    Mon, 15 Dec 2014

    guarantee of future results, so investors should look at many additional aspects aside from previous returns and the expense ratio . Some key considerations in choosing an active bond fund or ETF include: The choice of vehicle: mutual fund or ETF

  7. 'US' Mid Cap Growth Mutual Funds

    Commentary

    Sun, 14 Dec 2014

    fund performance). ETGLX looks very interesting, but has approx 33% in health care stocks but it also has a high expense ratio . Finally, ANEFX also looks interesting, given that it can invest approx 30% in foreign stocks. I also am somewhat

  8. US Mid Cap Growth Funds

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    Sun, 14 Dec 2014

    fund performance). ETGLX looks very interesting, but has approx 33% in health care stocks but it also has a high expense ratio . Finally, ANEFX also looks interesting, given that it can invest approx 30% in foreign stocks. I also am somewhat

  9. Don’t Let Market Motion Sickness Keep You from Missing the Boat

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    Fri, 12 Dec 2014

    2014 Fund One-Year Five-Year Ten-Year Gross Expense Ratio Expense Ratio After Waivers Near-Term Tax Free Fund 3.26 ..... 500 Index 19.72% 15.68% 8.10% n/a n/a Expense ratio as stated in the most recent prospectus. The expense

  10. Target-Date Pros and Cons

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    Fri, 12 Dec 2014

    Target-date fund fees are generally in line with those of other mutual funds, with an asset-weighted average expense ratio of 0.84% in 2013. However, unlike conventional mutual funds, target-date funds have a built-in asset allocation

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