What is the difference between VTI and VTSAX?

What is the difference between VTI and VTSAX?

The main difference between VTSAX and VTI is that VTSAX is an index fund while VTI is an ETF. Another significant difference is their expense ratio. VTSAX has an expense ratio of 0.04%, while VTI has an expense ratio of 0.03%. VTSAX also has a minimum investment of $3,000, while VTI has no minimum investment.

Does VTSAX have Tesla?

Microsoft Corp. Amazon.com Inc. Tesla Inc….Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Fund Admiral Shares (VTSAX)

Holdings Shares Market value
Tesla Inc. 23,975,858 $20,877,218,112
Alphabet Inc. Class A 8,723,774 $19,909,309,785
Alphabet Inc. Class C 7,777,991 $17,884,168,046

Why is VTSAX so good?

It’s dividend yield, based on the trailing 12 months as of January, 2021, is 1.41% with 96.6% of those being qualified dividends, making it a very tax-efficient fund to own in a taxable brokerage account. VTSAX is the world’s first trillion-dollar fund.

Does VTSAX pay a dividend?

VTSAX Dividend Yield: 1.46% for May 13, 2022.

Which is better VTSAX or VOO?

VTSAX and VOO are very similar investments. Since VTSAX is an admiral share fund, it offers very low expense ratios and the ability to purchase fractional shares. VTSAX also offers more diversification since it holds about 7 times more stocks. VOO did slightly outperform VTSAX.

What percentage of VTSAX is Apple?

Top 10 Holdings

Company Symbol Total Net Assets
Apple Inc. AAPL 5.93%
Microsoft Corp. MSFT 5.06%
Amazon.com Inc. AMZN 3.09%
Tesla Inc. TSLA 1.95%

What Index Fund is Amazon in?

Key Takeaways The top 5 mutual funds that hold Amazon stock include Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Fund Admiral Shares (VTSAX) and the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY).

How much should I put in VTSAX?

Initial minimum Additional investments
Minimum investment $3,000 $1

Can you withdraw from VTSAX?

VTSAX is an investment, not an account, but yes, you can withdraw from a taxable/brokerage account any time. You’ll pay tax on the dividends every year. This is true whether you reinvestment them or not. This will mostly be paid at Long Term Capital Gains (LTCG) rates, which are lower than ordinary income tax rates.