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MAW104 Alternatives

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[OP]
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MAW104 Alternatives

Any alternatives to MAW104 fund with a very low initial investment amount?
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dainfamous41 wrote: I'm with TD.
RBF1350 looks like I can buy it at TDDI with a $1000 minimum. TD's policy is if you try to buy an A series fund they will redirect you to the equivalent D series fund if one is available.
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OP, why mutual fund?

what are your investment expectations over what time period?
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porticoman wrote: OP, why mutual fund?

what are your investment expectations over what time period?
More conservative at this point. I mostly have TD e-series funds in other accounts. I'm only repaying back my HBP this year for a total of $1547, so just need something to invest it in. MAW104 has subsequent reinvestment amount of $5000, so won't work.
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xgbsSS wrote: Oh yeah, considering many funds aren't even offered as Series D.
There's upcoming regulatory changes though that will stop them, and I think still a class action suit against them for profiting off of full trailing commissions all those years...
Money Smarts Blog wrote: I agree with the previous posters, especially Thalo. {And} Thalo's advice is spot on.

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