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How can I purchase new assets for my Roth IRA while residing in Canada?

I'm a US citizen and currently reside and study in Canada. My Roth IRA is currently at Vanguard (in the US). While I reside in Canada, they do not allow me to purchase new assets with the funds that ...
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Is the Fidelity ZERO Large Cap Index Fund (FNILX) a better alternative to the Vanguard S&P 500 ETF (VOO)?

Goal I'm looking for a long term investment vehicle outside of a tax-advantaged account. It's possible I'll be making regular contributions using a dollar-dost averaging strategy. I'd also like to ...
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Investing in index funds in Cyprus?

I'm currently based in Cyprus and wanted to invest euros into the world's stock markets via index funds with low expense ratios. Research thus far into retail investing options here isn't promising. ...
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Make a SEP contribution to a traditional IRA

I have a traditional IRA with Vanguard that originated as a 401k rollover (so they call it a Rollover IRA). This year I have a lot of self-employment income, and I am qualified to make a SEP IRA ...
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Is there any way to do Automatic investment in ETF?

My Goal is simple: Contribute X amount every month to some Y Vanguard ETF Put it on autopilot (Automatic investment) without having any transaction fees. Since Vanguard does not charge any money for ...
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What is the difference between a dividend and share distribution?

For example for one of Vanguard's funds it stated: FTSE Developed World ex-U.K. Equity Index Fund - Accumulation (FPC9.GB) has declared a GBP 6.167605000 per share final distribution. Group 2 ...
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Why would an employer 401(k) plan prevents Roth assets from being exchanged into the SDBO Self-Directed Brokerage Option (SDBO)?

A Self-Directed Brokerage Option (SDBO) allows 401(k) plan holders to invest their 401(k) money directly into U.S. Equities, ADRs, ETFs, Publicly-traded Limited Partnerships, Publicly-traded REITs, U....