You get what you pay for, right?
Actually, when it comes to investing, it’s what you don’t pay for that really counts. Vanguard’s latest ad’s have all revolved around “at-cost” investing for this very reason.
Check out the link below where Vanguard explains “at-cost” investing and how it can help investors reach financial success over time.
Remember, while you can’t control what happens on Wall Street, you can control how much you pay to invest. By reducing your overall investment costs, you will be paving the road to a much brighter financial future!
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