Posted February 03, 2019 06:38:21 Many of the most popular stocks and ETFs are offering high returns, and the trade-offs are not only limited to fees, but also to market exposure and risk.
With the advent of ETFs, investors can now trade with a wide range of ETF portfolios, including the Vanguard S&P 500 and the SPDR S&p 500 ETF.
But there are still many ETFs out there that offer a lot of returns, but are also expensive.
We wanted to know which ETFs offer the best return on investment.
We combed through more than 2,200 ETFs on the S&P 500, and looked at the average annual return, the average volatility and the risk per asset class.
The S&s are the only ETFs that are available to investors of all ages.
But if you’re looking for a low-risk, high-return option, here are a few of our picks: Vanguard ETFs The Vanguard ETF is an ETF that focuses on a specific sector and provides a diversified exposure to that sector.
Vanguard offers two different tiers of Vanguard ETF portfolios.
Vanguard Select is a simple index that includes most Vanguard companies, while Vanguard Large Cap is an index that focuses specifically on large, multinational companies.
Vanguard High Dividend is a high-risk ETF that includes all stocks that have at least a 50% return.
Vanguard Mid-Cap is an asset allocation for large companies with at least 50% market cap.
The Vanguard High-Dividend Index ETF provides an easy way to get started.
In addition to Vanguard, the ETFs in our picks include: Apple ETF Apple has been a favorite of investors for years.
The company is famous for its iconic iPhones and Mac computers, and Apple has continued to invest heavily in its iPhone business.
However, Apple has struggled with its finances in recent years.
In 2018, the company announced it was laying off hundreds of thousands of workers.
Apple CEO Tim Cook was the first to publicly announce the plan in a letter to shareholders, saying the plan would cost the company between $12 billion and $15 billion, or $6.4 billion to $7.3 billion.
Investors have been buying into the Apple stock as Apple has a healthy profit margin and a strong dividend yield.
But the company has struggled to sell iPhones, which means investors are losing money.
The Apple-specific ETF is the Vanguard Apple Large Cap ETF, which includes Apple stocks in a diversification plan that also includes Apple-focused sectors like aerospace, utilities, healthcare, technology, banking, and energy.
Apple has an impressive record of success in the market, with profits growing by double digits each year since the beginning of 2017.
The VIX ETF has been an option for many investors for many years.
It offers a variety of Vanguard-linked ETFs with high and low return levels, and it has the highest volatility of all Vanguard ETF funds.
But it is a little more expensive.
The ETF in our pick is the VIX Large Cap Index ETF, a Vanguard-specific index that also contains Apple shares.
Vanguard Total Return The Vanguard Total return ETF has historically been a good value investment.
Vanguard has consistently outperformed the S &Ps and is currently a top performer in the ETF market.
it has struggled in recent quarters due to a drop in profits.
The latest data from Vanguard show that the company reported a negative $2.6 billion loss in the fourth quarter of 2019.
This was mainly due to losses in its consumer discretionary and energy sectors.
The average Vanguard Total returns are 2.6% annually.
The market cap of the VVIX ETF is $2,858,600.
Vanguard Low-Degree The Vanguard Low -Degrement ETF has a much lower expense ratio than the Vanguard Total Returns ETF.
This ETF also offers a higher dividend yield and lower volatility.
The low expense ratio is due to the fact that Vanguard pays dividends to the fund manager based on the performance of the underlying assets.
This allows Vanguard to offer more dividends to shareholders.
In 2019, the Vanguard Low Degree Index ETF reported a $3.6 million loss in profits, which was partially offset by a profit of $3 million in the energy sector.
In other words, the fund has earned a $2 million profit since 2019.
Vanguard Intermediate Dividends Vanguard offers a very wide range in the Intermediate Diversified Index, which also includes a lot more stocks than the other options in our portfolio.
However for the average investor, Vanguard Intermediate offers a high cost per share of about $3, and its performance is not as good as the Vanguard ETF.
In the first quarter of 2020, Vanguard had a $1.8 million loss, which is the lowest amount for any year since at least 1990.
Vanguard Average Annual Return Vanguard averages out the performance for each asset class for all its ETFs.
Vanguard average annual returns are typically