Let’s get to know them and see which one fits your plans in this FSKAX vs. VTSAX review.
The fund seeks to spread its assets on common stocks registered in the Dow Jones.
VTSAX uses an indexing approach to track stock performances in the CRSP Total Market Index.
FSKAX was created and passively managed by Fidelity Investments, while VTSAX is the creation of Vanguard mutual fund managers.
FSKAX has an expense ratio fee of 0.02% while VTSAX is 0.04%.
They are very similar because they are both mutual funds created by Fidelity investment and Vanguard Securities.