Let’s learn more about FNILX vs. FXAIX and which one can give you the best total return.
This fund tracks and invests in US companies with large market capitalization.
This fund also tracks the S&P 500 index, and it covers about 80% of the equity market of these firms.
The difference is based on the assets under management, and FXAIX and FNILX are both based on S&P stocks.
FNILX has no expense ratio making it a 0.00% fund whjle FXAIX has 0.02% expense ratio. Both funds are quite attractive.
It depends on what your investment requirements are. In terms of historical data, FXAIX is more reliable to track because it has been in existence for a very long time.