VOO vs SPY: Which S&P 500 ETF Is Best
VOO has a lower expense ratio of 0.03% compared to SPY's 0.0945%. Another difference is the company that offers the ETF. Vanguard offers VOO, while State Street Global Advisors Trust Company offers SPY.
– Tracks the S&P 500 Index – Expense Ratio: 0.03% – No Fractional Share – Holds 508 stock
- Tracks the S&P 500 Index - Expense Ratio: 0.0945% - Holds 506 stocks
The total return for VOO over the last 10 years is 14.75% per year. The total return for SPY over the last 10 years is 14.68%.
VOO and SPY have the same holdings. They are also weighted the same, with VOO having 28% in technology and the same for SPY. Both SPY and VOO are broad-based funds diversified in several market sectors.
There is a big overlap between VOO and SPY that includes 504 stocks. There is a 99% overlap between VOO and SPY.
Fund Inception: 2010 5-Year Performance 9.82% Aims To Track The S&P 500 Expense Ratio: 0.03% Number Of Stocks: 508 Top 10 Holdings: 24.80% Yield 1.84% Equivalent Admiral Fund (VFIAX)
Fund Inception: 1993 10-Year Performance 11.04% Aims To Track The S&P 500 Expense Ratio: 0.0945% Number Of Stocks: 506 Top 10 Holdings: 25.1% Yield 1.91%
VOO and SPY are exchange-traded funds (ETFs), meaning there is no minimum investment. The only requirement is the need to purchase at least one full share.