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Index funds benefit investors in other ways besides low fees. Trading expenses and tax consequences are minimal.
If you’re just starting to invest your money, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are one of the best places to begin. Like mutual funds, these instruments allow new investors to easily invest in large baskets...
Smart-beta funds, which are emerging as alternatives to traditional stock-index funds, are worth a look.
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