SPYD Vs. SPYG – Which ETF Is Better For You?


The SPDR (Standard and Poor Depository Receipt) is a group of portfolio-building components intended to offer a wide and diverse exposure to core asset categories.

This article sheds light on two Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) of SPDR: the SPYD, a high dividend ETF, and SPYG, a growth ETF.

SPYD is one of the lowest-cost ETFs of the core SPDR portfolio and aims to provide high dividend revenue while presenting you with the opportunity to have your assets appreciate.

SPYG offers investors exposure to companies with the strongest growth patterns. The company stocks to buy are chosen according to a viable growth pattern.

SPYD seeks to replicate the performance of the S&P 500 High Dividend Index, while SPYG replicates the performance of the total returns for the S&P 500 Growth Index.

Fees SPYD has an expense ratio of 0.07%, while SPYG has an expense ratio of 0.04%.

Regardless of your choice in this SPYD vs. SPYG faceoff, it always pays to learn more about your investment options. Invest well!