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|Subject: Re: Professional management||Date: 7/11/2011 3:12 PM|
|Author: intercst||Number: 69261 of 73984|
Edward Jones will manage a portfolio of low-cost Vanguard index funds or ETFs for $120/year? Or do they want you to invest in other funds with much higher expense ratios and/or loads?
Your mind's made up, so this is pointless. To each their own.
Thanks for the response.
For those that may be unfamiliar with Edward Jones, here's a review.
If you need an hour or two of consultation with a financial advisor, it's much cheaper to pay for that service by the hour rather than load up your whole investment portfolio with excessive fees and costs to get "free" advice.
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