facebookFor a small investor who wants to buy ETFs regularly, is FSMOne RSP better than SCB? Is there any minimum participation or lock-in period for FSMOne RSP? - Seedly
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Asked on 22 Jul 2020

For a small investor who wants to buy ETFs regularly, is FSMOne RSP better than SCB? Is there any minimum participation or lock-in period for FSMOne RSP?

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Hey there! Cost wise in terms of commissions cost, FSMOne RSP is definitely competitive and one of the lowest in the markets. The minimum is $100 for most funds while there isnt a minimum lock in period, ie. you can cash out anytime.

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