What's your weighted average expense ratio?

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I just calculated mine at 0.0506%

Caveats--these are sizable assets and are included in the calcs:
Muni funds in taxable cost .09% each
Post NUA company stock is held for free
Transferred bond ladder in taxable is held free

Real estate and some CDs not included in the calcs.
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.10 with all Vanguard funds, 76% indexed and 24% Wellesley admiral in the TIRA.
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.09
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If you don't count savings bonds and stable value,It's about .5(two thirds of my stock allocation is .63,cheapest option in 401)
If i change in December to a new bond fund offered in my 401,it will increase even more
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0.05%

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Mine is probably around .25, I don't bother calculate it, but I don't understand the point of these constant comparison posts that have been appearing lately. Nobody learns anything from them. What does it matter if someone else answers .01, .1, or 1%? How does knowing that benefit anyone?
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tibbitts wrote: Sat Nov 11, 2017 10:49 pm Mine is probably around .25, I don't bother calculate it, but I don't understand the point of these constant comparison posts that have been appearing lately. Nobody learns anything from them. What does it matter if someone else answers .01, .1, or 1%? How does knowing that benefit anyone?
I don't bother to calculate it either, it just shows up on my Vanguard Portfolio Watch page. We're just bragging and who else but Bogleheads would appreciate these numbers - so this is the only place we can do it. :D
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tibbitts wrote: Sat Nov 11, 2017 10:49 pm Mine is probably around .25, I don't bother calculate it, but I don't understand the point of these constant comparison posts that have been appearing lately. Nobody learns anything from them. What does it matter if someone else answers .01, .1, or 1%? How does knowing that benefit anyone?
Mine is <0.1. I think it's just more for fun than anything. Instead of having a having a favorite sports team, bogleheaders have a favorite ER.
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1.47%
















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PFInterest wrote: Sat Nov 11, 2017 11:07 pm 1.47%
















Made your blood pressure jump!
I actually thought you put a typo and meant it to be 0.147%. I feel like you would be auto-banned from this forum if your ER was 1.47. :happy
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0.054%
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FrugalInvestor wrote: Sat Nov 11, 2017 10:53 pm
tibbitts wrote: Sat Nov 11, 2017 10:49 pm Mine is probably around .25, I don't bother calculate it, but I don't understand the point of these constant comparison posts that have been appearing lately. Nobody learns anything from them. What does it matter if someone else answers .01, .1, or 1%? How does knowing that benefit anyone?
I don't bother to calculate it either, it just shows up on my Vanguard Portfolio Watch page. We're just bragging and who else but Bogleheads would appreciate these numbers - so this is the only place we can do it. :D
$9000 pet M invested EVERY YEAR FOREVER. That’s the difference between our 0.1% and the industry average 1%.

A. THIS is what “financial advisors” should be selling and advising. :annoyed

B. Most guys I know would snap to attention and move their butts if you presented this opportunity to them so clearly...UNTIL they realize they’d have to restructure their portfolio; then they freeze.
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Last year it was 0.19%.

I only calculate it at the end of the year.
My wife's 403(b) doesn't offer much in the way of Vanguard funds, and my current Simple IRA has a 1.0% fee on top of everything held in it, which is thankfully just cheap Vanguard ETFs.

It should be a few basis points lower this year.
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0.067%
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0.13 total with 0.19 for stock portion and 0.08 for bond portion. Stock portion will come down over time.
Another way to look at it, is that it represents about 1.3 weeks per year living expenses.
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0.094%
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0.07%
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About 0.0672%, just approximately more or less.

Down in the range of expense ratio most of us are located, the differences just don't matter.
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Mine is .07%
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As of today .07
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just calculated mine. 0.1839 :x

My biggest offenders are
- Money Market fund (SPAXX). Due to a windfall I have a large amount of cash at the moment parked in this fund that is skewing expenses.

And some funds below that i had purchased before becoming a boglehead. Being in the highest tax bracket over the years, selling them to save on expenses would have actually created less value overall. So I have just kept them. I will start swapping them out as my tax situation is changing starting next year.

- Bond funds (AGDYX, SPHIX, PRVAX)
- Active equity funds (FBIOX, HSCSX, MPGFX)
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tibbitts wrote: Sat Nov 11, 2017 10:49 pm Mine is probably around .25, I don't bother calculate it, but I don't understand the point of these constant comparison posts that have been appearing lately. Nobody learns anything from them. What does it matter if someone else answers .01, .1, or 1%? How does knowing that benefit anyone?
It's not necessarily about learning anything but it helps to normalize low ERs. Don't forget there are tons of members who are still on the edge about changing their portfolios, leaving higher ER funds, and the Google searches who stumble upon these threads. I don't think the spattering of us who already have low ER portfolios bragging helps us necessarily, just let's the rest of the world see that it is easy and can be done. Maybe that thread stalker who is staring down the barrel of an EJ AUM fee on top of a portfolio of 1% ER funds will feel more empowered realizing they could could cut 90+% of their expenses.

Last I calculated I was 5.5 basis points in Feb but since then my TSP proportion has grown and my taxable investments have gone from investor to admiral shares. Probably not much change. I'll figure it all again when it's time to redo my math and AA in January. #IPS
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Ron Scott wrote: Sun Nov 12, 2017 7:19 am
FrugalInvestor wrote: Sat Nov 11, 2017 10:53 pm
tibbitts wrote: Sat Nov 11, 2017 10:49 pm Mine is probably around .25, I don't bother calculate it, but I don't understand the point of these constant comparison posts that have been appearing lately. Nobody learns anything from them. What does it matter if someone else answers .01, .1, or 1%? How does knowing that benefit anyone?
I don't bother to calculate it either, it just shows up on my Vanguard Portfolio Watch page. We're just bragging and who else but Bogleheads would appreciate these numbers - so this is the only place we can do it. :D
$9000 pet M invested EVERY YEAR FOREVER. That’s the difference between our 0.1% and the industry average 1%.

A. THIS is what “financial advisors” should be selling and advising. :annoyed

B. Most guys I know would snap to attention and move their butts if you presented this opportunity to them so clearly...UNTIL they realize they’d have to restructure their portfolio; then they freeze.
It "shows up" in Portfolio Watch for Vanguard funds but not for a lot of what you're invested in. That stable value fund in your retirement account has an expense ratio that on the one hand we don't really care about, but it's probably not very low. Your TIAA investments... that opens a whole different can of expense worms, and we don't need another argument about the Real Estate account expense ratio, but it will likely bust your .0-whatever average. The fact is that some people can take advantage of opportunities like TSP or low-cost megacorp plans that others don't have available. And that's not even getting into the fact that even in the VG universe, less diversification yields lower expense ratios (owning those foreign bonds can be pricey), so when you set out low expenses as essentially an objective, you have to be careful what other effects come along with it.
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8 basis points plus a $50 annual fee for my Schwab PCRA. Before the PCRA "escape hatch", I was paying 70 basis points for similar funds in my Nationwide 457b.
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5.6 basis points. It would be lower, but I'm getting "creamed" by the NY 529 plan at 15 basis points :D. It helps to have a 401k with ERs between 1 and 4 basis points.
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.08

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Including savings bonds, 0.0376%. Not including savings bonds, 0.0446%.
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0.18% not counting TIAA Traditional.
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0.03. 8-)
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.07%

Vanguard Total Stock .04%
BlackRock U.S. Equity Index M .02%
Vanguard Total International .11%
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Veiled wrote: Sun Nov 12, 2017 10:14 am0.03. 8-)
Wow!
How did you get it so low?
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One question is whether those with CDs, high yield savings accounts, individual stocks, individual bonds, or physically held precious metals figure an overall expense ratio. Do these assets have zero expense ratio?

What if most of your expenses involve transaction fees or one-time loads? Do these fees need to be spread out over many years to find an "average year's" expense ratio?

What about physically owned real estate held for investment purposes? Does the cost of maintenance and insurance count as an investment expense?

What about "invisible" costs - like the bid-ask spread with ETFs?

What about the time cost of calculating your weighted average expense ratio? If you spend several hours calculating your weighted average expense ratio, should you also include as a cost of investing the $30 that you could have earned and invested by driving for Uber instead?
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0.147% overall.

Further breakdown:

Fixed income 36 % of portfolio ER 0.29 (Have some actively managed bonds, munis with relatively high ER's)
International equities 17 % of portfolio ER 0.11
Domestic equities 48 % of portfolio ER 0.05
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Sandtrap wrote: Sun Nov 12, 2017 10:20 am
Veiled wrote: Sun Nov 12, 2017 10:14 am0.03. 8-)
Wow! How did you get it so low?
Posting was a little dweebish of me. It's not fair to compare me with others posting because I'm very new at this. Right now I hold almost 100% US stocks, mostly in institutional shares through my 403(b). The bondish part of my portfolio (low risk/certain return/fixed income) is currently coming from paying off debt. When that's gone (and I start acquiring bonds) and as I slowly move towards my goal of 70/30 US/intl equities, my AA will change and I guesstimate I'll be 0.05-0.07 like many others posting.
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.65%.
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Veiled wrote: Sun Nov 12, 2017 10:09 pm
Sandtrap wrote: Sun Nov 12, 2017 10:20 am
Veiled wrote: Sun Nov 12, 2017 10:14 am0.03. 8-)
Wow! How did you get it so low?
Posting was a little dweebish of me. It's not fair to compare me with others posting because I'm very new at this. Right now I hold almost 100% US stocks, mostly in institutional shares through my 403(b). The bondish part of my portfolio (low risk/certain return/fixed income) is currently coming from paying off debt. When that's gone (and I start acquiring bonds) and as I slowly move towards my goal of 70/30 US/intl equities, my AA will change and I guesstimate I'll be 0.05-0.07 like many others posting.
Congratulations on starting out on the right foot! Many if not most of us didn't know about the importance of expense ratios when we started investing and/or didn't have very low cost funds available to us. Having the knowledge, opportunity and ability to build a low cost portfolio from the beginning is a huge advantage and it sounds as if you're taking full advantage.
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0.11 (according to SigFig)

Highest ER in our portfolio is 0.54.
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.06

I am trying to convince my friend with a larger portfolio than myself that fees matter. He is in denial.

I am hoping he will see the light soon. His portfolio is underperforming due to excessive cash holdings.
He quotes returns based on the 57% invested in stocks, ignoring the 43% in cash.
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StevieG72 wrote: Mon Nov 13, 2017 7:50 am .06

I am trying to convince my friend with a larger portfolio than myself that fees matter. He is in denial.

I am hoping he will see the light soon. His portfolio is underperforming due to excessive cash holdings.
He quotes returns based on the 57% invested in stocks, ignoring the 43% in cash.
I tried the same with my friend. I had to drop the subject entirely. They can get defensive. Be careful.
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0.37% per Morningstar X-ray
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lostdog wrote: Mon Nov 13, 2017 9:03 am
StevieG72 wrote: Mon Nov 13, 2017 7:50 am .06

I am trying to convince my friend with a larger portfolio than myself that fees matter. He is in denial.

I am hoping he will see the light soon. His portfolio is underperforming due to excessive cash holdings.
He quotes returns based on the 57% invested in stocks, ignoring the 43% in cash.
I tried the same with my friend. I had to drop the subject entirely. They can get defensive. Be careful.
You are of course correct about the damage done by high fees, and about cash drag.

But it's often best to keep quiet unless asked for advice. At most just mention what you do without argument.
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lostdog wrote: Mon Nov 13, 2017 9:03 am
StevieG72 wrote: Mon Nov 13, 2017 7:50 am .06

I am trying to convince my friend with a larger portfolio than myself that fees matter. He is in denial.

I am hoping he will see the light soon. His portfolio is underperforming due to excessive cash holdings.
He quotes returns based on the 57% invested in stocks, ignoring the 43% in cash.
I tried the same with my friend. I had to drop the subject entirely. They can get defensive. Be careful.
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Kenkat wrote: Mon Nov 13, 2017 9:12 am 0.37% per Morningstar X-ray
How did you get it so low?
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0.028% is the weighted average ( below 3 bp)

0.01% for S&P500 fund in her 401k (plan with large investment bank)
0.038% for international fund (MSCI ACWI ex-US) in his 401k (plan with different large investment bank)
0.04% for Vanguard's total market (VTSAX) in our IRA accounts

In last 3 years the ER for S&P500 fund in both of ours 401k plans dropped from 0.06%/0.08% to 0.01% :happy
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0.18% Sliced and Diced.
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.085%. Helped by TSP, hurt by muni-bonds and Wellington (both of which have very large requirements for Admiral shares). Considering slicing out Emerging Markets to use lower cost international TSP funds (yes, I realize indexes are not quite aligned to make that easy) and seek to do more TLH in the more volatile portion. Might let me get costs a little lower at the same time ...
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Mine is about 12 basis points with a slice and dice approach, close to 50% of equities are international, and I factor in trading costs of ETFs within my 401k brokerage link.

I'm satisfied. I think one day I could get it under 10 basis points as the index fund price wars rage on.
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It's .14% due to some Fidelity Sector Funds I play with in a Roth which are up about 40% YTD..
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