FSKAX and VTI are two different funds offered to investors by different portfolio managers. FSKAX was created by Fidelity Investments, while VTI was created by Vanguard Securities.
This asset tracks the performance benchmark of overall returns of not a few stocks but the entire US stock market.
FSKAX is a creation of Fidelity Investment, while VTI is a creation of Vanguard. Another difference has to do with their expense ratio.
What are the compositional differences between FSKAX vs. VTI. Let’s check the table below.
Let’s look at their performances over the years. YTD Returns-8.02%1-Month Return-5.51%3-Month Return-7.78%1-Year Return8.45%
The fees of FSKAX vs. VTI are not very different. FSKAX expense ratio is 0.02% and VTI expense ratio is 0.03%.