portfolio transaction costs

portfolio transaction costs
The expenses associated with buying and selling securities, including commissions, purchase and redemption fees , exchange fees, and other miscellaneous costs. In a mutual fund prospectus, these expenses are listed separately from the fund's expense ratio. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary

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