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I'm brand new to investing so I don't know if this is obvious or not.

I'm looking into buying a good Canadian mutual fund (to balance with my index funds, GICs and DRIPs), and was wondering which factor I should consider more: MER or fund price?

I am a small investor planning on following a dollar-cost averaging plan. So I figure all else being equal (performance, etc) I should chose the one with the lower price.

Am I a Fool, or just being foolish?

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