S&P 500 ETF Vanguard (VOO)
$302.03 2.78 (0.91%)
19:59 EST VOO Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $302.03
Market Cap 105.97B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 3.45M
Day's Range 300.81 - 305.52
52-Week Range 240.63 - 305.92
Dividend & Yield 4.63 (1.53%)
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The best Vanguard ETFs for 2020 will likely be those that can perform well in a slowing economy. These Vanguard funds are up to the task.
Launched all the way back on March 4, 1957, the S&P 500’s largest company by market capitalization [share price multiplied by number of shares outstanding] is Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) at $1.07 trillion, the smallest is Quanta Services (NYSE:PWR) at $5.07 billion, and the median stock is $22.07 billion.
These three ETFs perfectly balance growth, diversification and low fees, making them ideal ETFs to buy for recent graduates.
Many investors often look for what they consider to be the “perfect ETF,” While it is accurate to say the VOO ETF is a solid ETF, it is not perfect. Like any other fund, VOO has its pluses and minuses.
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John Bogle, who kick-started the index fund revolution, also founded Vanguard. Honor his memory by learning more about these 7 funds.
Long-term investors can seek comfort in consistent investments with the VOO ETF, particularly with low management fees from Vanguard.
Warren Buffett recommends a low-cost S&P 500 index fund. However, index funds to buy come in all shapes and sizes. Here are seven that are low cost and globally diversified.
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Warren Buffett says retail investors should buy Vanguard funds because of their low cost. Investors looking for a cornerstone in their portfolio should consider his advice.
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