good long term mutual fund?
Hi, I currently have TDA as my broker and looking into mutual funds that I can invest in which ultimately grow. Any suggestions? no load, and low expense ratio
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
- Ron AkiaLv 61 month ago
TDA has no fees on many bonds. I would research bonds on Morningstar and on TDA and decide from there.
- kswck2Lv 71 month ago
Some brokerage houses do not charge a transaction fee for Some Mutual Funds. But all in all, investment advise from an anonymous public board is not a good idea. Just do your homework. And as for any recommended to you by a Broker? Do Not just take his advise-look into it on your own.
My financial advisor and I have an agreement-if you buys something Without My Express okay, he is fired Immediately.
- BryceLv 71 month ago
Invest with Vanguard directly. Brokers cheat you out of your money.
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- 1 month ago
Yes. Get rid of your broker and buy mutual funds direct. Do so by subscribing to Morningstar.com/funds and pick the funds with the best LONG TERM records.
- fcas80Lv 71 month ago
Pick a broad-based stock fund from Vanguard who charges low fees.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Is it really that hard to pick one? All the information is right on their website...historic returns, asset allocation, expense ratios...
Really. Do you have a question about HOW to pick a good fund are you just too lazy to do it yourself?