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Are ETFs the new “IT” when it comes to investing?! While you might’ve been hip on ETFs and Index Funds, it looks like on an institutional level, they are favoring them a bit more. Investors withdrew $920.2bn from mutual funds up through February and added $528.7bn to ETFs (Morningstar Direct). I recently talked about why this is happening and even somethings to look for when it comes to ETFs/See more
Invested in iShares Russell 2000 ETF
I love Schwab. All their funds have done well through all this craziness. #growth #ETF #indexfund 🚀🚀🚀 #buylow #longgame
You know I love Fractional Shares! No matter if it’s individual stocks, #etf or #indexfund . The key to it is to leverage the insight you get from holding it. Do I think this company fits within my portfolio and goals? How long do I play on holding it until I either add to it or decide my position with it? You can even just keep it a Fractional Share(s) or ride off into the sunset with that company.See more
PSA: If you're looking for a rock-solid #crypto diversification strategy, I recommend the #Crypto20 (#C20 ) approach. I don't invest in this #indexfund directly, but I replicate their portfolio and allocations. If you decide to follow along and are unable to buy into the fund like me, please note that the percentages (and sometimes the assets) you see in the screenshot get rebalanced weekly and would rSee more
Sold DigitalOcean HoldingsInvested for 17 days
Moving gains to an #IndexFund #vanguard . Pretty happy with this 👩🏾‍💼💰
New Investor Pro Tip: An #indexfund is a *passively* managed basket of stocks (mutual fund) that tracks a specific index, whereas a #mutualfund is an *actively* managed basket of stocks spearheaded by a fund manager. Because mutual funds are actively managed, their expense ratios are typically higher than those of index funds. 💡 All #indexfunds are #mutualfunds See more
Are all index funds created equal? Clearly not. 4 funds all tracking the broader energy sector but one is clearly outperforming. Why? It's all about weighting. I've seen a ton of discussion on here about ETFs but they all seem to focus on expense ratio. Answer this. From top to bottom these funds are separated by almost 70%.. are any funds charging a 70% expense ratio? So why are you focused on aSee more
Oct 2, 2020 - Oct 1, 2021

What is your favorite ETF? #etf #indexfund

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9 votes Ended 09/30/21
My Broad #indexfund of choice

ETFs are an effective way to help you build your wealth. They allow you to get diversification with one purchase and can remove the uncertainty and extensive research from investing. 💰 For beginners and experts alike, ETFs are a fantastic backbone to your portfolio. I personally invest in the first of each type of ETF listed but felt that providing at least one other option was necessary. 📈 An ETF is a basket of stocks. Instead of purchasing an individual stock, you could purchase an ETF and buy a little bit of a large number of companies. 🧺 My question is which major ETFs are your favorite and why❓ S&P 500 ETF - $VOO / $SPY Total Market ETF - $SCHB / $VTI Nasdaq 100 ETF - $QQQ / $QQQM Dividend ETF - $SCHD / $VYM #indexfund #ETF #growth

S&P 500 Tracking58.95%
Total Market Tracking10.17%
Nasdaq 100 Tracking11.11%
Dividend Focused19.77%
531 votes Ended 09/18/21
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