As ETFs have developed, they've become increasingly popular among investors. Learn more about their costs. www.flexshares.com
Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) were introduced as short-term trading vehicles in the early 1990s. Over the years, investors began to see the value of ETFs, but the total costs associated with ETF ownership remains uncertain for many. The total cost is divided into three main groups: explicit costs, implicit costs, and opportunity costs. In this video, you'll learn more about each of them and how they influence the total cost.
For additional information about ETF costs and other types of investments, contact FlexShares today. https://www.flexshares.com/contact-us
RecordedJan 4 20163 mins
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