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|Subject: Re: Scott Burns -- Super-diversification||Date: 7/31/2005 9:44 AM|
|Author: intercst||Number: 47090 of 72282|
Most Dimensional Funds have a minimum investment of $2 million.
The only way the average Joe could invest in those funds is to be a customer of a financial planner who has gone through the Dimensional training program and provides access to the funds at a lower minimum.
I sent Scott an e-mail suggesting a future column on "Are DFA funds worth the penalty of paying an advisor?" You can travel pretty far down the path to super diversification by using Vanguard index funds.
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