Mutual fund. What’s better?
The reason is that VFIAX shares are considered “Admiral” (a fancy name for preferred) shares. https://jlcollinsnh.com/stock-series/ I recommend reading the series first. ETFs (short for exchange traded funds) and mutual funds differ in how they are traded and evaluated. If you invest outside of Vanguard at a brokerage that doesn’t have free ETF trading for VOO, then the mutual funds are probably the cheaper route. Minimum investment: closed to new investors. quarterly etc.).
The Fund seeks to provide investment results that correspond to the total return of stocks of large-capitalization US companies. My strategy might change as I come across more money to invest, but for now I’ll keep it where it is. If you’re talking about VFIAX, then I think VOO is hands down better because of the lower expense ratio. If you choose to be fully invested in US stocks through Vanguard than the best choice of complimentary fund to VFIAX is VEXAX. FNILX. Problem is my situation is a bit different. Keeping this in mind, which one is better in my situation in terms of fees (I do have Vanguard account):
Has there been a naval battle where a boarding attempt backfired? Any thoughts? How does a towed banner maintain a steady tilt? With VFINX and VFIAX you can purchase partial shares instead of having to have enough for one whole share before purchasing. VOO, on the other hand, also has the lowest (0.03%) expense ratio. What could cause SQL Server to deny execution of a SP at first, but allow it later with no privileges change? VEXAX is also a $10k minimum investment it appears. ETF shares are traded (and evaluated) on the stock market throughout the trading day, while mutual fund share purchases/sales are executed after trading has closed for the day. Do you have any thoughts to throw either way at that? Would the VOO etc option be any different than VFIAX? This site provides general info & entertainment & should not be considered financial advice.