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You would probably be best off to save for a while until you can make the minimum investment in the fund of your choice.

Otherwise, if the scale of your investments is likely to be small, take a look at DRIP investing. They are usually willing to accept small incremental additions to your account and the brokerage fees are minimized by purchasing in large blocks and charging you only a fraction of the commissions (or sometimes none if subsidized by the company).
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