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Schwab ETF OneSource expands commission-free lineup

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Schwab has added 25 ETFs to Schwab ETF OneSource, its commission-free ETF platform. Clients can access 539 ETFs covering 83 Morningstar Categories with USD0 online commissions. 

In addition, Schwab ETF OneSource has no enrolment requirements, no early redemption fees and no activity assessment fees.

“In Schwab’s 2019 ETF Investor Study, investors said a broad selection of ETF categories and no additional fees are critical differentiators when evaluating commission-free ETF programs,” says Kari Droller, vice president of third-party mutual fund and ETF platforms at Schwab. “From day one, our priority with the Schwab ETF OneSource program has been to provide a broad lineup of commission-free ETFs that spans a variety of asset classes and index weightings to make it simple for investors and advisors to build highly diversified, commission-free ETF portfolios.”

Schwab ETF OneSource offers commission-free ETFs from 15 leading providers: Aberdeen Standard Investments, ALPS, DWS Group, Direxion, Global X Funds, IndexIQ, Invesco ETFs, iShares ETFs, John Hancock Investment Management, J.P. Morgan Asset Management, PIMCO, State Street Global Advisors SPDR® ETFs, USCF, WisdomTree and Charles Schwab Investment Management. The 83 Morningstar categories covered on Schwab ETF OneSource represent 98.79% of ETF assets in the industry.

The 25 ETFs added today are from seven providers and cover a range of Morningstar categories including Muni National Intermediate, Consumer Defensive, and Consumer Cyclical.

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