In the Margins

Is ETF 'price war' really the 'Vanguard effect'?

November 13, 2015

By MarketWatch

Price cuts to exchange-traded funds this week have given rise to talks of a "fee war" in the ETF market, and one analyst has suggest that what's really going on is the "Vanguard effect." The term, in use for years, describes how expense ratios for mutual funds and ETFs tend to drop when Vanguard jumps into the market. Read the original story from MarketWatch

 

 

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