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Saturday, 1 February 2014

Cost of outsourcing your investment e.g. STI ETF (2)


Just For Thinking ...






























 

 

Any idea of what is the total cost of outsourcing your investment over long run?
 
 
Annual costs of  0.3% sounds like paying peanuts to fund manager. Right?
 
Do some warming up exercise first before we continue ...
 
 
Once you have understood "Beware of percentage". Let us move on.
 
 
 
 

Paying 0.3% based on Expenses over Net Asset Ratio is really peanut!
 
How about paying 11.2% based on Expenses/Income Ratio?
 
Still peanuts???
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

1 comment:

  1. Hi CW8888,

    Would it not be a fair comparison, if we were to compare this to the cost of Management fees to Income for a Unit Trust, since this is an alternative to that ?

    Regards

    V

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