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I'd like to open a brokerage account outside of my retirement, which I plan to make regular monthly contributions to as I dollar cost average. Starting from scratch, I'd like something that can make a solid return over a 5-10 year period. In my research, I've heard a lot about ETFs. I've made a short list including the following: new-jersey (total world), VBR (small cap), VB (small cap) and VUG (large growth). Are any of these a good way to grow my money over time? I'm thinking of opening my account through Sharebuilder, because it offers automated contributions I won't have to think twice about. Ideally, I'd like to invest in two or three at most to avoid a slew of fees. Am I on the right track? Are mutual funds better?
ETFs are fine if well-chosen. I'd personally favor a balanced fund at Vanguard or the like. You can make automatic monthly contributions and run it on "auto pilot" for years. There fees are very low and they are fairly conservative.