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|Subject: Re: Updated Dividend Champions||Date: 12/1/2012 7:51 PM|
|Author: MadCapitalist||Number: 7708 of 10032|
So when are you going to license a Dividend Champions index to Vanguard or Schwab so we can invest in a low-cost Dividend Champions ETF or mutual fund? :-)
I would definitely be interested in investing in it.
Why pay ETF or MF fees when you can invest directly in the companies that have been increasing dividends for 25+ years?
I don't foresee anyone day trading them ;-)
I don't have large amounts of capital to invest, so I would prefer the instant diversification.
Also, ETF and mutual fund fees continue to drop. I'm invested in the Schwab U.S. Dividend Equity ETF, which only has an expense ratio of 0.07%:
That's a tolerable trade-off for me to get diversification and not have to worry about stock selection.
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