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Accessing DFA funds at lowest possible cost
Old 07-29-2010, 02:49 PM   #1
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Accessing DFA funds at lowest possible cost

Thought I would post this for several reasons. One is that Bob Clyatt's excellent "Work Less, Live More" book recommends DFA funds. The other is that John Greaney is always a delight to read, especially when he skewers greedy financial advisors, which he does particularly well here:

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