The Investment Company Price War and the Thrift Savings Plan

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The three largest investment firms have been lowering the cost of their index mutual funds and exchanged traded funds (ETFs) in a price war. How does this price war and the resulting costs compare to the Thrift Savings Plan, which has also had historically low costs on their investments? Read more here:

The Investment Company Price War and the Thrift Savings Plan

 

One thought on “The Investment Company Price War and the Thrift Savings Plan

    How I manage our money – The Military White Coat said:
    September 18, 2017 at 19:58

    […] a price war has been raging!  Fidelity and Schwab now offer competitive rates for their index funds, sometimes […]

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