(This is a follow up to my expense ratio question, here). Today I am attempting to study and compare the various Large Cap ETFs but realize I don't know how to even do the comparison, namely in ...
I'm attempting to compare ETFs but am not understanding how to account for expense ratios. (I'm assuming that the annual returns do not account for expense ratios already -- is this correct?) For ...
Fees aside, what factors could account for performance differences between U.S. large-cap index ETFs?
I'm regardful of the effects of Expense Ratios, but they range from 0.07% to 1.00% for the stocks therein. What other factors/reasons might explain and account for the prodigious difference in rates ...
There are many gold based ETFs, let's take GLD and IAN for this example. GLD trades approximately at $160 IAN approximately at $16 If you compare the performances of the two in the past weeks, ...
Many companies offer index funds and ETFs. If two funds or ETFs track the same fund, what differentiates the two? Is it common for one index fund to outperform another? How can this happen if the ...
Why are exchange traded fund (ETF) management expense ratios (MERs) lower than mutual fund MERs?
I'm looking at e-Series funds offered by TD. They have low MERs and seem to offer a good low cost alternative to traditional mutual funds. What do you guys think? Am I better off with ETFs? Why ...