Are you thinking about investing in index funds? You may have heard about the popularity of this type of investment.
Index funds are passive investments, which means they aim to track the performance of the underlying index.
VOO tracks the S&P 500 index and has an expense ratio of 0.03%, and it has returned an average of 11.8% per year over the past ten years.
SPY tracks the S&P 500 index with an expense ratio of 0.09%. It is the largest US ETF, with over $300 billion in assets.
VTSAX tracks the MSCI US Broad Market Index, which includes all US stocks.
VTWO tracks stocks in the Russell 2000 Index, mainly made up of stocks of small US companies. It has a 0.01% expense ratio.
FSKAX currently has the lowest index funds expense ratio at 0.015%. It tracks the Dow Jones US Total Stock Market Index.