VUG Vs. VOO: A Comparison Of Two Popular  ETF Funds


With all the investment products out there, which one should you choose? Let's compare VUG and VOO, see  the differences, and  see how they fit  your needs.

VUG used an indexing investment method or passive management to track the performance of the MSCI US Prime Market Growth Index.

VOO uses an indexing investment method that keeps an eye on the S&P 500 Index, one of the well-known benchmarks in the United States  stock market.

VUG consists of over 250 stocks from companies with higher growth potential. Growth ETFs have a higher risk than S&P 500.

VOO tracks the S&P 500 index, which means that they trade for the exact similar stocks, it is  very appealing for many investors.

Looking at past performance, the VUG Vanguard Growth ETF has better returns.  VUG has fees of 0.04%, while VOO has fees of 0.03%.

It takes a while for your investments to start to compound, so make the choice and start your investment journey now, and you will see results down the road.