I have a few listed funds (AGF, INES etc) in my portfolio. They've done reasonably well, though I only have small holdings of each.
I see that listing funds on the ASX is somewhat common, I'm wondering if they offer a better option than a traditional managed fund? I suppose you have to "buy" more shares (+brokerage) as opposed to tipping in say $500 each month, but then you don't pay management fees directly and it's easy to reduce your position as well (sell shares).
Anyone got any thoughts on the comparison between listed funds and managed funds? Is there space for "diversity" by having both listed funds and managed funds in one's portfolio?