The best argument for ETF investing is that it’s cheap – 10 to 70 bps, compared to 120 to 275 bps for a comparable mutual fund. The second best argument is that a passive approach will, over time, beat active managers.
Research & advisor resources
- Fund Comparison Tool
- The benefit of core-satellite investing
- The Case for index-fund investing for Canadian investors
- How ETFs fit in a portfolio
- Debunking some misconceptions about indexing