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Stock Investing and ETF/Index Fund comparison | Diversification

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Depending on the amount

Depending on the amount you have to start investing, your age, and your personal tolerance ETF and Index funds can be a great passive way to begin building a longstanding strong portfolio. When you first start out in the market and just begin buying single stocks you subject yourself to big disappointment because stocks are are trying to re-price themselves. Investing in the ETF's and index funds allows a beginning investor to get used to being a participant in the market, get used to market fluctuations, allows one to practice sticking to an investment plan and become familiar with the overall market options. I always float the idea of having at least $10,000 in the account prior to owning single stocks but that really just depends on the individual investor and if you are a single investor or investing with a spouse. Two accounts are better than one and if you can fund both it gives you greater opportunity to invest according to two investment tolerance levels. Stocks could then be placed strategically in one or more of those accounts to add more single stock exposure which allows for greater potential to accelerate the intended target of 8% year over year returns.

The following ETF's are mentioned in this video and are personally owned by me:

VOO (15% return)(2%div) S & P 500

IJT (9% return)(1% div) Small cap

SCHA(15% return)(1.5% div) Small cap

VOE (9% return) (2% div) Mid cap

IJH (10% return) (1.5% div) Mid cap

VBK(9% return)(1% div) Small cap

VBR (9% return)(1.5% div) Small Cap

The following Index Funds are mentioned in this video and are personally owned by me:

VFINX (11% return) NASDAQ

VGTSX (5% return) Foreign Funds

VHDYX (8% return) High Dividend yield

VIMSX (10% return) Mid cap growth

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First thing i bought when i got into stocks was SPY. Getting a decent return from it , plus dividends !

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When I purchase ETF's I pay $6.95 to enter and exit the position, with the index funds I don't pay the $6.95 I pay a transaction fee of $20 per index fund to start the position. With the Vanguard products if you have an account with them I don't think you get charged the transaction fee. The other great thing when you have a vanguard account is the option to buy Admiral shares that lowers the expense ration down from between .17%.22% to .04%.06% right in line with the expense ratio of an ETF the only catch is a $10,000 minimum investment per fund. Great Video man keep getting this information out there!

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Good video. I do believe that getting an index fund should be the first thing most people should do when starting to invest. It gives a better idea on how the stock market works.


One point is clearly incorrect. You can definitely automatically reinvest an ETF’s dividend (as a DRIP), and don’t need to receive it as cash. I do it with all my ETF investments. Maybe it depends on the broker, but it is very misleading to say that it is in general.

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5 Vanguard ETFs to Buy in 2018

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Which Vanguard ETFs would

Which Vanguard ETFs would be a good purchase for 2018 ? Let's examine 5 other than the SP500 (VFIAX) one !