SWPPX Vs. VOO – Which Is The Better Option?


Portfolios tend to differ as investment objectives may differ between traders and investors. Let's know SWPPX vs. VOO and which is the  better option?

SWPPX does is replicate the performance of the S&P 500 by giving a similar weight to stock, just like the S&P 500 index does.

VOO is a fund that invests in some of the largest companies within the United States and an ETF that tracks the S&P 500 index by owning all of the equities within  the S&P.

The biggest difference is that SWPPX is a mutual fund while VOO is an ETF. VOO is much more circulated because it is an ETF, and ETFs are tradable assets.

SWPPX has an expense ratio of 0.02%, while VOO has an expense ratio of 0.03%.

Knowing these managed funds is already a great way to start off formulating your investment strategies.