Best S&P 500 ETFs Of 2022 (2023)


iShares Core S&P 500 ETF (IVV)

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Why We Picked It

Blackrock’s iShares Core S&P 500 ETF offers an asset base and length of tenure that’s second only to the SPY while also charging a lower expense ratio. Its average daily trading volume is a fraction of the SPY’s, but it remains respectable and perfectly liquid for regular buy-and-hold investors.

  • Assets under management: $301 billion
  • Inception date: May 15, 2000

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Vanguard S&P 500 ETF (VOO)

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Why We Picked It

For investors who prefer the Vanguard family of funds, this ETF matches the bargain price of IVV. Vanguard’s VOO has only been around for a little more than a decade, however, meaning it lacks the tenure of its peers in this listing. With respectable average trading volume, liquidity won’t be a concern for buy-and-hold investors.

  • Assets under management: $262 billion
  • Inception date: Sept. 7, 2010

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SPDR Portfolio S&P 500 ETF (SPLG)

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Why We Picked It

The SPDR Portfolio S&P 500 ETF is the cousin of State Street’s SPY fund above, with a lower expense ratio tailored to price-conscious everyday investors. The fund was only recently converted to track the S&P 500—prior to January 2020, SPLG tracked the SSgA Large Cap Index.

So what’s the difference besides a lower price? SPLG’s average trading volume comes in substantially lower than SPY, offering somewhat lower liquidity—and its AUM are a sliver of the SPY’s total. For buy-and-hold investors, this shouldn’t be a concern.

  • Assets under management: $13.7 billion
  • Inception date: Nov. 8, 2005

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Why We Picked It

All of the other funds in our listing balance their portfolios proportional to the market capitalization of each company in the S&P 500 index. But like its name suggests, the Invesco S&P 500 Equal Weight ETF weights its holdings equally, resulting in a fund that’s more balanced to mid-cap stocks. This can give it a leg up when markets are rising.

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The RSP is rebalanced quarterly to account for market gains and losses. With a long track record, and tendency to outperform the S&P 500 under certain market conditions, some investors looking for a bit more risk might find the higher cost worth it.

  • Assets under management: $32.3 billion
  • Inception date: April 24, 2003

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*All data is sourced from Morningstar and is current as of August 1, 2022.


Our review looked at more than a dozen ETFs that track the performance of the S&P 500. We excluded certain leveraged and actively managed funds as they tend to charge higher expense ratios without delivering better returns or higher dividend yields. In addition, we excluded , which are covered in a separate listing.

In selecting the best S&P 500 exchange-traded funds, we focused on those funds that offered a combination of low expense ratios and performance that closely matched or exceeded the returns of the benchmark index.

What Are S&P 500 ETFs?

Almost all exchange-traded funds aim to duplicate the performance of a given market index by purchasing a basket of securities tracked by a benchmark index. Investors are then able to buy shares of the fund and trade them like they would any stock.

The very first ETF launched in the U.S. was an S&P 500 fund, the SPDR’s SPY, which remains the biggest ETF in the world by AUM. An S&P 500 ETF is simply a fund that aims to duplicate the performance of the S&P 500 Index, or one of its various sub-indexes (like the S&P 500 Growth Index tracked by IVW).

The S&P 500 is market capitalization weighted, which means that the sway given to each company’s performance is based on the total market value of its outstanding shares. Many of the best S&P 500 ETFs follow the same market-capitalization-based approach as the index itself, although RSP swaps in an equal weighting strategy to switch things up.

How to Choose an S&P 500 ETF

Here are the key points to compare between potential S&P 500 ETFs before you invest.

Expense Ratios

Both passively managed and active ETFs exist—but S&P 500 ETFs are passively managed by definition. In addition, S&P 500 ETFs are among the largest ETFs by assets with some of the biggest trading volumes in the industry. Taken together, S&P 500 expense ratios, or the fees charged by funds to cover their operating expenses, should be negligible. In cases where expense ratios are somewhat higher, check to see if the fund’s performance justifies the higher management fee.


Hands-off, buy-and-hold retirement investors don’t need to worry terribly much about ETF liquidity. But if you’re more of an active investor trading in a taxable brokerage account, it’s worth understanding how an ETF’s liquidity could impact your strategy. Funds with higher average trading volumes are more liquid, and ones with lower trading volumes are less. Choosing an S&P 500 fund that’s more liquid ensures you are able to promptly buy and sell shares without having to give up returns.

Inception Date

The newer the ETF, the shorter the performance track record. Why does that matter for S&P 500 ETFs? Older funds have been through more economic cycles and have been stress tested by wider varieties of market conditions. By looking back at the performance history of older funds, you can have more confidence about how a fund might perform in future cycles.

Share Price and Investment Minimums

A chief difference between ETFs and index funds is that ETFs generally have no minimums to start investing, and their share prices are fractions of the investment minimums required by many index funds. This means you can start investing in S&P 500 ETFs for just the cost of one share.

That said, the share prices of S&P 500 ETFs vary widely, so new investors may want to ensure that the prices of their ETFs of choice aligns with how they plan to invest. This especially if you pursue dollar cost averaging as not all brokerages currently allow clients to buy fractional shares of ETFs.

Dividend Yield

Dividends are a key benefit of investing in the large-cap stocks that comprise the S&P 500. The dividend yield of S&P 500 ETFs represents the percentage the component companies of the benchmark index pay out annually in dividends per dollar you invest in a fund. When choosing an S&P 500 ETF, make sure their dividend yield is at least aligned with the best funds on this list, if not higher.

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What’s the Difference Between ETFs and Index Funds?

The difference between ETFs and index funds comes down to a very short list of features, including liquidity, minimum purchase requirements and availability. Depending on your investing strategy, there are times where one or the other might be more suited to your portfolio.


If you need to take money out of your investment portfolio on a regular basis, an ETF might offer better liquidity than an index fund. You can trade ETFs any time the market is open and can access funds on a standard settlement schedule. Index funds, meanwhile, can only buy and sell their shares once a day. This is one reason that day traders and institutional investors prefer ETFs.

Minimum Purchase Requirements

Many index funds have investment minimums, sometimes in excess of $1,000—although there are more and more index funds that offer $0 minimums, especially in workplace retirement funds like a 401(k). ETFs are available for purchase at just the per-share price, which can be a sliver of an index fund’s minimum investment.


It’s possible that your employer-sponsored retirement plan or online brokerage only offers index funds or ETFs. For instance, it’s less common to be able to buy ETFs in workplace retirement plans, though this is changing some, and rarely brokerages may not offer index funds or ETFs.

While these key differences are important to keep in mind, most long-term, buy-and-hold investors will be best suited by whatever S&P 500 fund offers the lowest expense ratio, highest returns and investment minimums that align with their finances.

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What is the cheapest S&P 500 ETF? ›

S&P 500 ETF With the Lowest Fees: Vanguard S&P 500 ETF (VOO) (Tie)
  • Expense Ratio: 0.03%
  • Performance Over One-Year: -13.5%
  • Annual Dividend Yield: 1.24%
  • Three-Month Average Daily Volume: 4,660,559.
  • Assets Under Management: $272.9 billion.
  • Inception Date: Sept. 7, 2010.
  • Issuer: Vanguard9.

Why VTI is the best? ›

VTI is well diversified among many companies in the US market across different market capitalisation in the market. The VTI index is also affordable at an expense ratio of 0.03% and the purchase price of the ETF is relatively affordable.

Is VOO good long term? ›

VOO tracks the S&P almost identically. The average annual returns over the previous 10 years have been 14.6%, and since VOO's inception, it has returned an average annual return of 15.33%.

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Its expense ratio is low compared to funds in the Large Blend category. VTI has an expense ratio of 0.03%, which is 93% lower than its category. VTI has an R-squared of 99%, a beta of 1.03, and a standard deviation of 21.4%. It has an average total risk rating.
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How much does VOO return annually? ›

Vanguard S&P 500 (VOO): Historical Returns. In the last 30 Years, the Vanguard S&P 500 (VOO) ETF obtained a 9.73% compound annual return, with a 14.85% standard deviation. In 2021, the ETF granted a 1.59% dividend yield.

Is it smart to invest in VOO? ›

Investing in the S&P 500 through VOO is a proven way to build wealth over time. That trend should continue in the future as long as the USA continues to have leading companies and growing GDP. Building this wealth requires patience, sometimes decades of patience.

How much does VOO return each year? ›

Vanguard S&P 500 ETFNYSE Arca:VOO
Market Return % (as of 10/31/2022)NAV Return % (as of 10/31/2022)
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ETFs are great for stock market beginners and experts alike. They're relatively inexpensive, available through robo-advisors as well as traditional brokerages, and tend to be less risky than investing individual stocks.

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Some of the best types of investments for 2022 include high-yield savings accounts, government I-bonds and well-diversified ETFs. Investors who can afford more risk may also look into alternative investments like commodities and cryptocurrencies to boost their returns.

What is the top ranked ETF? ›

The ETFs with the best one-year trailing total returns are PXE, IEO, and FCG. The top holding of the first two funds is ConocoPhillips, while the top holding of the third is DCP Midstream LP.

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Best-performing growth stocks
Company Name & SymbolRevenue Growth (Last Qtr vs. Same Qtr Prior Yr)Price Performance (This Yr)
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What is a reasonable return on investment 2022? ›

Most investors would view an average annual rate of return of 10% or more as a good ROI for long-term investments in the stock market. However, keep in mind that this is an average. Some years will deliver lower returns -- perhaps even negative returns.


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