Posted by Larry Doyle on February 4th, 2013 8:21 AM |
When is the price on a product not the “real” price you pay?
Can you imagine entering a store, comparison shop, select your product, and then find out at the register that the price highlighted on the product is not the real price you pay. How would you feel? Probably find another store, right?
What if this pricing racket was going on within almost every store carrying these products? Think about calling The Better Business Bureau, perhaps? Well, what do you think happens when you buy a widely marketed product on Wall Street? What product? Mutual funds.
Do you really know just how much you are paying for your mutual funds? Really? (more…)