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Old 22.01.2020, 15:06
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Cheapest way to invest in S&P 500 or similar allweather fund in Switzerland?

I’m looking for great ultra low cost etf investment options like the Vanguard S&P500 but it seems like you need to buy it through a Swiss stock broker which means heavy fees. I called them and that’s what they said when you are not American.

Where/how can I buy ETF with minimum fees in Switzerland? im looking to compound part of savings (100.000chf) over 20/30 years. So stable good return is important. Heavy negative return could damage the compounding a lot so less return for stability is good. Something like Ray Dalio allweather fund would also be very interesting.

But we need to get rid of the extra fees that has a heavy cut on the longterm returns.

I would like to replicate this cheap:
http://www.lazyportfolioetf.com/allo...o-all-weather/

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