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I'm looking for an S&P style index fund that's available through Scottrade for an IRA, that doesn't require a huge minimum ($1000-$2000 would be okay). From reading Vanguard, it sounds like they have a min $3000 investment, and charge you $10/year if your fund is less than $10,000 and possibly an additional $10/year if your accound is below some value as well. I really liked E*Trade's SP fund (aside from the fact that I've lost money in it), because they had no fees but they are going to start charging a maintenance fee.
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