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Ditching Your Mutual Funds: What Would You Do With An Extra $1,056.48?

May 18, 2016

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Ditching Your Mutual Funds: What Would You Do With An Extra $1,056.48?

Planning & Advice

Mutual funds in Canada have some of the highest fees in the world with an average MER of 2.2%. For the average Canadian investor, this means they’re spending over $1801.74 in fees to mutual funds, banks, or advisors. Are you getting that same value in return?

The WealthBar Team explains how they'd spend their savings from switching to ETFs and ditching their mutual funds

There’s a better way to invest… Switching your investments to WealthBar and investing in highly diversified ETFs can save that same person over $1,056.48 a year. So we asked the WealthBar team, how would you spend those savings each year?


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2 Comments
  1. Niseeth

    Let me know about etf and its returns

    • Denny Hollick

      Hi Niseeth, You can see the returns of our portfolios in our FAQ. Here are some of them: Pooled Funds: https://help.wealthbar.com/11892-performance/what-is-the-performance-of-the-private-investment-pools?from_search=12984788 Growth: https://help.wealthbar.com/11892-performance/how-has-the-growth-etf-portfolio-performed

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