WSJ's June 15 "Fund Track" column picks up on the continuing price wars among ETF providers, Fidelity, Vanguard, iShares, Van Eck and Schwab, notwithstanding.

Schwab, which began the horserace to lower fees, claims it has the cheapest ETFs on the market. According to Scott Burns, Morningstar's director of ETF analysis, that's true. With these cuts, Schwab ETFs cost between 6-35 basis points (BPS).

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