If you have any stockmarket investments in cash, ISA or SIPP, check out Monevator’s superb summary of the most competitive low cost index trackers on the market.
Slash Your Costs And Boost Your Returns With Low Cost Index Trackers
The Low Cost Index Trackers List
If you have money invested in stockmarket assets, one of the easiest ways to boost your returns is to cut your costs to the bone. This includes fund charges and trading costs. Holding low cost index trackers is one of the best ways to achieve this.
Monevator, which describes itself as “a personal blog about money: making, saving, growing, and sometimes even spending it”, is passionate about passive investments. Not only does it provide tons of valuable information on the subject, it also publishes perhaps the best place to find low cost index trackers.
List Of Low Cost Index Trackers
In its recently updated article, first published in 2010, Monevator lists the best and the next best low cost index trackers under the following categories:
Domestic Large Cap Equity
Domestic Mid Cap Equity
Domestic Small Cap Equity
Domestic Value Equity
World Value Equity
World Small Cap Equity
International Ex-UK Equity
Emerging Markets Equity
Socially Responsible Investing
Property – UK
Property – Global
UK Government Bonds – Mixed Duration
UK Government Bonds – Long
UK Government Bonds – Short
UK Government Bonds – Index-Linked
International Government Bonds
International Bonds Hedged To Sterling (Government And Corporate)
International Inflation-Linked Bonds
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