Call_Me_Op wrote:Instead of listening to this or any advisor, I recommend that you educate yourself on investing.
EyeYield wrote:The way it works is with incentives. The higher the expense ratio, the more liquidity the fund manager has to offer incentives.
2retire wrote:jstar32 wrote:That was one of the questions I had about the chart - it doesn't show the compounding negative effect of that expense ratio, correct?
Incorrect. Morningstar charts show the performance after all fund fees (ER and trading costs).