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I'm trying to find VXF's expense ratio.

  • says that it is .10%.
  • Seeking Alpha says that it is .16%. (and I suppose that I should consider that a tracking error of .11% further separates me from the index that it's supposed to track).

Which expense ratio number can I trust?

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up vote 11 down vote accepted

I find it best to go to the horse's mouth (i.e. the company that operates the fund, in this case Vanguard):

Extended Market ETF 0.16%

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+1 can't do better that horse's mouth. – JoeTaxpayer Mar 22 '12 at 4:11

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