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  1. Yea but there are fees, some that don’t have to be disclosed, that ETF’s don’t have. The fee difference between the two is significant.

    1. good point…a 3% fee equates to something like $200-300k+ in fees over a 30yr period. That’s why Jack Bogle, ex owner of Vangard, made it his mission to educate ppl of the long term cost of these funds.

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