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Mutual funds are among the favorite investment vehicles for “comfort”. As of January 2020, Americans have $21.3 trillion invested in mutual funds. Year after year, people continue to put forth their money and trust towards fund managers in the aspiration that an “expert” can outperform the market. So should investors who feel they don’t have the time and skill to manage their investments invest in mutual funds? The answer is certainly not. With high management expense ratios (especially those in Canada), significant barriers to exit, and tax implications you will find higher returns in a library of other investments. So…

Daniel Wang

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