SWPPX Vs. VOO – Which Is The Better Option?
If you are looking to invest in financial securities, there are two securities you should know about, and they are SWPPX vs. VOO.
SWPPX or Schwab® S&P 500 Index Fund is a mutual fund that is designed to track returns from the S&P 500.
Vanguard S&P 500 Index Fund (also known as VOO) is an ETF that keeps track of the S&P 500 index by mirroring the index.
SWPPX can only be bought at Charles Schwab, so it is not as widely circulated. VOO, on the other hand, does circulate like every other traded ETF.
Both SWPPX and VOO try to mirror the S&P 500 index. They’re both invested in large-cap stock and they’re trying to keep their expense ratios low.
The performance of SWPPX vs. VOO is also markedly different. Click on the link below to see the table.
Both funds have virtually the same fees. SWPPX has an expense ratio of 0.02%, while VOO has an expense ratio of 0.03%.
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