Let’s look into two value stocks, SPLG vs. SPY, that you may want to invest in to hedge your managed funds.
In this review, we will provide you with the data about SPLG and SPY to make up your mind about which one to invest in.
SPLG is a low-cost portfolio designed to provide holders with a diversified portfolio that is evenly spread across different industries.
Launched in 1993, SPY also holds the record of the first ETF to be listed in the US stock market.
SPY is far more liquid than SPLG. This means that you can quickly buy and sell SPY since it has a vast circulation
SPLG has a lower expense ratio of 0.03%, while SPY has an expense ratio of 0.09%.
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