5 Unexpected Ways to Lower Your Fees When You Invest

by The Wall Street Geek on February 22, 2013

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There continues to be a great deal of concern among individual investors about the high fees that we pay when we invest — in particular, when we invest in mutual funds.

I give 5 unexpected ways you may be able to lower and avoid paying high fees in this show. I also talk about whether now may (or may not be) a good time to invest.


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Price CapitalAfter turning $1100 into $7015 in the stock market right out of college, Michelle worked 15 years on Wall Street at Morgan Stanley, Citigroup and Goldman Sachs. She wrote "How to Buy Stocks Online", and is a fee only financial advisor providing investment help in New York City.


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