Are you an investor who wants investing to be as easy and low-cost as possible? Here’s an ideal solution: low cost index funds.
Investing in the S&P 500 is made easy with IVV, which has an expense ratio of just 0.03%, making it a low-cost option.
You can purchase ITOT, which tracks the S&P Total US Stock Market Index, to invest in the whole stock market.
SPY is one of the biggest and most well-known S&P 500 funds. The ETF’s higher expense ratio of 0.09% makes it less suited for long- term holding.
It is the best option if you want more exposure to companies like Meta Platforms, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, and Alphabet.
Passive investors frequently hold bond ETFs like AGG to limit volatility and drawdowns during periods when the market is volatile.
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