Both IVV and VOO are widely circulated ETFs, and you will also find them publicly traded in investment apps and trading platforms.
This ETF tracks the performance of large-cap companies and their equities in the S&P 500.
This ETF is a fund that seeks to track stocks in the S&P 500.
- IVV’s dividend yield is 1.25% relative to VOO’s 1.34%. - VOO is a creation of Vanguard while IVV by iShares.
IVV and VOO have the same expense ratio of 0.03%, which is relatively low.
If you are looking for a fund that will cost you very low fees, both funds are equal since they charge the same 0.03% fees.
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