I'm new to this site and want to start an early retirement fund through low cost index fund investing. I am a Canadian living overseas so most of my banks won't allow me to invest since I'm not a resident anymore. Does anyone know of any good sites which allows non US citizens to invest in index funds (NOT mutual funds).
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And index funds are mutual funds, so can you clarify your statement? Did you mean you want to use exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that track indexes? Even ETFs can be considered mutual funds. Or did you mean closed-end funds? What exactly did you mean?
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