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SWTSX Vs. VTSAX: How Different Are the Two Index Funds

In this review, let’s find out which is the better total market index fund between SWTSX vs. VTSAX.

SWTSX is a fund created by Charles Schwab, a highly respected asset management company. As for VTSAX, it was created by Vanguard, which is the largest asset management company in the US.

SWTSX: Schwab Total Stock Market Index Fund®

This fund measures the assets in the Dow Jones US Stock  Market Index.

VTSAX: Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Fund Admiral Shares

This fund tracks the performance index of the overall returns of the stock market.

Key Differences

To invest in VTSAX, you will need a minimum investment of $3,000. This is one area where SWTSX wins as it does not have a high Investment requirement.

Fees

SWTSX has a fee of 0.03% while VTSAX has 0.04%.

That will depend on your preference. Some will prefer SWTSX because it has a slightly lower expense ratio and does not have a minimum investment requirement.

Is SWTSX Better  Than VTSAX?

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