Investors: Accessing Developed Markets on the Cheap

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Importantly, SCHF makes good on delivering compelling equity valuations. SCHF shows a 15.0 price-to-earnings and a 1.6 price-to-book. In contrast, the S&P 500 is trading at a 19.9 P/E and a 2.8 P/B.

Being mindful of fees has helped wealthier investors save on costs in investing over the long-term. Through cheap index-based ETF options, any long-term investor can also save on fees, paying expense ratios that are comparable to institutional fund share classes.

Investors can trade SCHF on the Schwab ETF OneSource platform commission-free to realize additional cost savings.

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