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How to pick a low-cost ETF

How to pick a low-cost ETF

Exchanged-traded funds (ETF) are associated with giving investors cheap and easy access to investments which track market indices. The number of these funds has grown substantially in recent years and their costs have fallen. However, while it is easier to understand why a passive ETF is cheaper than a fund where a manager is paid to select stocks, it can be more difficult to understand why ETFs get cheaper without quality being affected. 

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