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Why Should You Choose Vanguard?

If you don’t know why Vanguard is a better bet than some of the other low-cost index fund providers, this article is for you. Regular readers of the blog – or even casual readers – will have noticed that most of the time I mention Vanguard to the exclusion of other mutual fund and brokerage […] The post Why Should You Choose Vanguard? appeared first on The Biglaw Investor.
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