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Old 02.02.2020, 13:48
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Re: Cheapest way to invest in S&P 500 or similar allweather fund in Switzerland?

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Thank for the great answers.

So to sum up. What would you say is best for a passive investor in Zürich. I won't have time to research everything so just need a reliable low-cost broker like vanguard.

What do you use yourself and what would you recommend to an investment enthusiast that is not working as trader/investor.

I'm currently very inspired by this guy, and more or less blindly trusting him since i have not yet found any negative review of him are the investment strategies he recommend:
How to implements his ETF strategy in EU (still hard to decide)
https://jlcollinsnh.com/2014/01/27/s...for-europeans/
Resume of his book and investment mindset:
https://youtu.be/T71ibcZAX3I?t=1416


Is it Degiro.ch, Interactive Brokers, CornerTrader or Schwab?
You don't have time to do your own homework, so you ask us to do it for you?

How about asking Google instead?, e.g., https://brokerchooser.com/best-broke...-for-europeans
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