Users' questions

What is TD E Series Fund?

What is TD E Series Fund?

TD e-Series funds are index mutual funds, meaning that they follow a passive investment strategy, and are designed to replicate the performance of an underlying stock market index. As an example, for many years, the Canadian equity holdings of TD e-Series funds have mirrored the S&P/TSX index.

Is TD E Series an ETF?

TD e-series Review In recent years, the holdings of the TD e-series has changed and now the holdings are TD index-tracking ETFs. They also reduced the management fees and hence the MERs are lower for the TD e-series now.

Can you buy TD E series on questrade?

Note that Questrade allows you to buy e Series funds with a minimum purchase of $45 worth. If you input anything lower, you won’t be able to continue with the purchase. Select how much you want to purchase, in either dollars, or number of units of the fund.

What are TD F Series funds?

TD Asset Management’s fee-based funds (F-Series) are some of the lowest-priced F-Series funds in Canada. The series offers a comprehensive line-up with fee-based solutions for various client needs.

Is there a fee structure with TD Waterhouse?

I am livid… However, TD Waterhouse is unfortunately very convenient so I can simply close the account. We’d like to remind you that the TD Direct Investing fee structure has been simplified.

Are there any trading fees with td E series funds?

So, if you happen to be a CIBC Investors Edge or RBC Direct Investing account holder, you can easily add TD e-Series funds to your portfolio. And, because they are a mutual fund product, there are no trading fees, making them incredibly inexpensive to purchase.

What is the current mer of td E series?

The TD Canadian Index (tdb900) has a current MER of .33%. When compared with your typical actively traded equity mutual fund at over 2.00%, it represents huge savings in investment fees. TD e-Series has also become easier to hold inside your portfolio.

Do you have to wait for TD Waterhouse to release funds?

It becomes more complicated, and at the end of your visit to the local branch, you must then wait for TD Waterhouse to release the funds to you (so you need to wait longer for it). I must now return this Wednesday to attempt the same thing I attempted back on Friday (i.e. cash out my TD E-series RESP mutual fund account).