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Betterment in The New York Times

It’s been on our radar to include international exposure in Betterment’s portfolio for some time. We recently introduced two new exchange-traded funds: Vanguard Europe…

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By the Editorial Staff Betterment Resource Center Published Aug. 26, 2011
Published Aug. 26, 2011
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It’s been on our radar to include international exposure in Betterment’s portfolio for some time. We recently introduced two new exchange-traded funds: Vanguard Europe Pacific and Vanguard Emerging Markets. Jon Stein, CEO and Founder of Betterment, spoke to the New York Times this week. Read more in the NYT Your Money.

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