VT Vs. VTI – Which Best Low-Cost ETF Should You Invest In?


There are multiple options for investing in ETFs. And the more you know, the better you can decide which option matches  best with your investment goals.

This article explores the various features of VT and VTI index funds and compares their composition and performance.

VT tracks the FTSE Global All Cap Index and constitutes both US-based and international companies. The FTSE Global All Cap Index is considered to cater to developing and established markets.

VTI holds around 3,535 stocks in all the companies in the market, implying that VTI has all sectors, small-cap, mid-cap, and large-cap companies within the US.

VT is much more diversified than VTI as it has stocks in almost every public company across all sectors. Plus, with VT, you invest in both emerging and developed markets.

Fees The expense ratio for VT is 0.07%, and for VTI, it is 0.03%.

Before choosing between these two investment options, determine and take into account your investment objectives and financial goals.