Take Vanguard ETFs®. They give you the diversification of mutual funds with lower investment minimums and real-time pricing. As more people discover these benefits and invest in our ETFs (exchange-traded funds), we’re able to realize new economies of scale. This helps us to lower costs, and we pass along those savings directly to you.
Now we’re passing along more savings to you in the form of lower expense ratios for 22 Vanguard ETFs, including our 2 largest: Vanguard S&P 500 ETF (VOO) and Vanguard Total Stock Market ETF (VTI). Better yet, if you’re invested in any of these 22 funds, you’re already reaping the rewards. The expense ratios listed in the table below were announced in each fund’s prospectus between February 26, 2019, and May 30, 2019.
See which ETFs are affected
U.S bond ETFs
U.S. stock ETFs
International bond ETFs
International stock ETFs
Low costs are just one reason to love ETFs
Why are more people investing in Vanguard ETFs? Their low costs are just one reason—the average expense ratios of Vanguard ETFs is 74% less than the industry average.1 In fact, our passion for low costs has been our driving force since we opened our doors more than 40 years ago.
And ETF investment minimums are as low as the price of 1 share, keeping them within reach of the average investor. In addition, our ETFs have been commission-free2 for nearly a decade when you buy and sell them in a Vanguard Brokerage Account.
Another reason to love our ETFs: We don’t chase investing fads. We never have. We make thoughtful decisions about every ETF we introduce and believe in providing investment options that have proven, enduring value.
So take a look at Vanguard ETFs. You can trust that we’ll continue to look for ways to drive down the cost of investing—now and in the future—to help you achieve your investing goals.