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If you have a 401(k), then you’re already in ETFs and mutual funds, and you’re probably “driving blind” if you’re not paying attention to which funds you have and how they perform. That’s where the “hidden money” comes in.
You shouldn’t panic if you haven’t been following the ETFs and mutual funds in your 401(k) right now. Because that’s what we’re here for. To help you. To guide you. To explain to you—in clear and concise language—how ETFs and mutual funds work, so that you have a good foundation for making the best investing decisions possible.
We’re really here to hold your hand and to help you always choose the best ETFs and mutual funds—we’ll tell you exactly when to buy, sell, or hold. And our advice to you is always direct and timely.
It’s alright if you don’t know what to do or when—we want to be your trusted source for ensuring you always make good decisions about ETFs and mutual funds, whether these funds are in your 401(k), or you’re ready to start investing directly in ETFs and mutual funds.
What are exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and mutual funds? Fully explained by Wall Street’s Best ETFs.
Exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, and mutual funds are often overlooked in many people’s portfolios. Because 401(k) investments have both of these types of investing vehicles, a lot of folks just “set it and forget it” and miss out on maximizing profits with ETFs and mutual funds.
And if you’re like me when I first got started with investing, you might not fully grasp what exchange-traded funds and mutual funds are—or what the difference is.
Well, we’re here not only to explain it all for you, but also to guide your investing decisions so that you make a heck of lot more money than you would make otherwise!
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and mutual funds are strategies for pooled investing—where your monies are “pooled” with other investors, so that you can invest in a bigger basket of stocks.
ETFs and mutual funds can be excellent ways to invest in areas such as foreign countries that limit investments by outsiders—and these funds also allow you to get into sectors in which you want to invest, but in which you don’t have much expertise. And ETFs and mutual funds are a good way to diversify your portfolio overall.
The pooled investing feature is the most common element to both ETFs and mutual funds. Additionally, both types of investments can be broken down into smaller categories, such as sectors, investing strategy, market capitalization, and others. But there are differences between ETFs and mutual funds:
- ETF expenses are significantly less than most mutual funds. Trading in ETFs does require a broker and a commission. However, the total expenses (unless you are an active trader—and if that’s the case—you shouldn’t be in ETFs), are, on average, much lower than the expenses of mutual funds investing in similar asset categories. The average annual expense ratio for ETFs and mutual funds is 0.518% (down from 0.562% in 2016, according to Morningstar), and for ETFs alone, is 0.44%. Some of the largest indexed ETFs have expense ratios near .10%.
- Liquidity and transparency. ETFs can be traded all day long, instead of just once daily for mutual funds. You buy and sell ETFs just like stocks. And unlike mutual funds, with ETFs, you can use limit orders; you can sell them short; and you can trade options.
- Less capital gains distributions. Investment turnover in ETFs is not as frequent as in mutual funds, lending ETFs to lower capital-gain distributions; hence, a smaller tax bite for most investors.
And there are also some advantages that mutual funds have over ETFs, including:
- Wider variety. There are approximately 2,300 ETFs around the globe. But there are almost 8,000 mutual funds, offering investors many different
- No commission fees, unlike ETFs.
- Less leverage risk. Mutual funds do not generally carry the leverage of ETFs, so that might make many of them less risky than their comparable ETFs.
I hope this brief explanation—and highlighting the differences—has given you a primer to what’s ahead for your ETF and mutual-fund investing possibilities!
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Nancy Zambell is Editor-in-Chief and Chief Analyst for Wall Street’s Best ETFs—Nancy has spent 30 years educating and helping individual investors navigate the minefields of the financial industry. She has created and written numerous investment publications, including UnDiscovered Stocks, UnTapped Opportunities, and Nancy Zambell’s Buried Treasures under $10. Nancy has worked with MoneyShow.com for many years as an editor and interviewer for their on-site video studios.
As a lecturer and educator, Nancy has led seminars for individual investors at the National Association of Investors, Investment Expo, and the Money Show. She has also taught finance, economics, and banking at the college level, and has been quoted extensively in The Wall Street Journal, Investor’s Business Daily, USA Today, and BusinessWeek.
Nancy’s book, Make Money Buying & Selling Stocks is an introduction for new investors and a reminder for experienced investors about how to profit in the stock market.
Kate Stalter is Contributing Editor and analyst for Wall Street’s Best ETFs —Kate is a Series-65-licensed asset manager, with more than two decades of experience in various areas of financial services. As an investment advisor and financial planner, Kate personally manages client portfolios, with a focus on successful retirement, including asset allocation, income generation and tax strategies.
Kate also serves as a capital-markets contributor at Forbes.com, and is an expert columnist for the investment advisory channel at U.S. News & World Report.
She served as trading instructor and market commentator for Investor’s Business Daily, and launched the “Small Cap Roundup” radio show and stock newsletter for Tiger Financial News Network. Kate hosted the “Daily Guru” podcast for MoneyShow, while also serving as a MoneyShow market columnist and video host.
She currently owns registered investment advisory firm ProsperitySource Advisors, which focuses on broad allocation strategies, incorporating global equity and fixed-income asset classes and all market capitalizations.
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