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The Wall Street Journal recently reported some good news for ETF investors.

One of the largest brokerage services, TD Ameritrade, recently announced that it is cutting transaction costs to zero for over 100 different exchange traded funds (ETFs).

The news follows other announcements from brokerage services Charles Schwab, E-Trade, Fidelity, and Vanguard that they've also cut commissions on dozens of ETFs.

The difference between even small commission rates and no commission can be huge for individual investors who may see any substantial gains whittled away by even 1-2% fees.

According to the story from The Wall Street Journal, "Commissions make it costly to rebalance investments in ETFs or to use them for tax-loss harvesting, and they can hurt dollar cost averaging for younger investors."

If you're looking for some of the best ways to start investing in ETFs, Wyatt Investment Research Chief Investment Strategist Ian Wyatt and Resource Prospector Editor Kevin McElroy recently finished a report with proprietary research on the three best commodity ETFs to own today: three ETFs designed to actually make money for individual investors.

Included in this report are a gold ETF that's crushed gains made in gold's price this year, the silver ETF that's better than NYSE: SLV, and the "green" ETF that's creamed the broad market for 18 months running.

Click here to take a look at this new research on how to buy these ETFs with any brokerage account.





Posted 10-11-2010 5:01 PM by Ian Wyatt