Sabela Capital Markets was quoted in this GoBankingRates slide show article, “What to Do With Your 401k Right Now?”.
“Choose funds with the lowest expense ratios,” said Dejan Ilijevski, president of Sabela Capital Markets. “The funds with the lowest costs tend to be index funds, which are also generally the best option when investing. Research has shown that disciplined investing with a globally diverse portfolio of index mutual funds has in the long-run outperformed — net of fees — more expensive, speculative strategies and actively managed mutual funds. Look for ‘index’ in the fund name, like ‘Total Stock Market Index Fund.’ If they are available in your 401(k), Vanguard funds are a great option.”
“Fees can squander your returns,” said Ilijevski. By choosing funds with no or low fees, you can maximize your retirement savings. Read more