Impact of Investment Expenses

Here’s a chart that compares the tremendous impact of two different schedules of annual expenses on the performance of the same underlying portfolio.

DATE: July 2013

Investment Expenses

Source: Dimensional Fund Advisors.  Rev July 2013

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