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• Portfolio value is $200,000 under the three scenarios.
• Mutual funds average cost of 1.4% per annum (2013 Investment Company Fact Book), no advice paid for.
• Advised ETF portfolio is invested in ETFs 50% of the time, using 10 ETFs, with 2 transactions per ETF annually, trading cost of $9 per trade (average of largest online stockbrokers), the average Total Expense Ratio of the ETFs is 0.43% (assumed equal to the average TERs for the six ETFs referred to by ETFalpha’s), and a 1% on capital fee paid for advice or management.
• ETFalpha Investor pays the ETFalpha subscription but pays no advisory fee, is invested in ETFs 50% of the time, using 6 ETFs, with 4 transactions per ETF annually, trading cost of $9 per trade (average of largest online stockbrokers), the average Total Expense Ratio of the six ETFs is 0.43%.