I currently have some taxable money in a bank wealth management account that has done well over the past 2 years. My question is should I manage this money myself as the bulk of the investments are in Vanguard ETF's. I think I could save the 1% fee they charge and do the same thing as they do.
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Probably. It's easy to create a buy and hold portfolio, or maintain one that's already set up. If they're running some kind of active strategy, and they'll probably claim they've got some secret sauce, you won't be able to duplicate that. But you can probably do just as well on your own and save your 1%.
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