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Its probably the lowest for funds with a transaction fee. Most places let you do some funds for free, and charge a fee for others. Its probably the lowest of the fee-rates (Scottrade is $17, Fidelity is $75, etc).

You need to watch the buy and sell fee. Also what do reinvestments cost? For example, Fidelity charges $75 to buy, but zero to sell. Vanguard is $35 to buy and sell. Some places might charge a full transaction fee on reinvestments.

So read the fine print!

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