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Over the 12 months
ending November 30, 2019, you would have paid an estimated $279 out of
your $10,000 in various costs 2.79%. Like a horse with a 279-pound
Using one of the alternatives we display below, you would
have given up just $19 0.19%. Like a horse with a
19-pound jockey. |
The top row of our first table, below, shows your selected fund. It is followed by the least expensive comparable funds in the "U.S. Large-Cap" category. (Click here for an important caveat about the funds used in the comparison!)
You can see from this table what a difference costs make over time. Looking forward 30 years and assuming that all the funds in this category did average 12% before costs, your $10,000 would grow to $147,464 after subtracting our estimated cost of ownership or to as much as $286,031 in one of the lower-cost funds in this category.
Wondering whether to dump this fund for a less expensive one? See below for details.
The next table shows the break-down of this fund's costs.
Click on any of the terms used below to see our definitions.
The next table shows how your money would grow in a world with NO costs and just how deeply costs dig into your success:
It is important to note that our projections merely extrapolate last year's costs and taxes. As such, these estimates are very rough and should be used only as a starting point. Click here for further discussion of this and a calculator that can help you fine-tune your projections.
The prospectus expense ratios above are forward looking and unaudited.
The 'Gross' ratio is before any waivers, caps and/or reimbursements.