Originally Posted by Walt34
+2 on that. Fees make a huge difference over time. See The Millionaire Teacher
by Andrew Hallam. If the local library doesn't have it ask about getting it via inter-library loan. If you have to, buy it, the book is worth it.
It's not 1974 and there's this internet thing. EDJ was beneficial (perhaps), prior to modern Funds/Brokerages.
That's all in the past for them and their kin. Read a little and save a lot!
Don't take that as criticism as I've know many people with lots of years in financial services positions that just don't understand what these fees can do for their returns . You can help yourself a lot in this regard.
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