Originally Posted by nwsteve
I assume you are aware that any ETF even if from Vanguard costs the same at Fido. IMHO, the trading platform at Fido is much easier and has better execution.
Yep. Itís just that Vanguard itself has many more lower-expense-ratio funds, and if I want to buy a Vanguard fund at Fido, I have to pay a $75 fee.
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