But if Tech continues to dominate, MGK will still do well. Is that not how I do it?? Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Although some brokers give you the choice to acquire them through a CFD with no leverage ( VOO for example ). Stocks ETFs are stock ETFs …
Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Although with hints of an oversupply of phones I might have to reconsider. VGT tracks very simple sector index. It just seems to me like the VOO has historically outperformed VIG.
I'm surprised it doesn't hold Tesla with the whole automated trucks reveal. There’s no reason you couldn’t include MGK in your portfolio but also no compelling reason to. I am happy with the funds but since these are ETF funds which donot allow for automatic investments, I have to place orders manually. Maybe the answer is to transfer to a better brokerage?
But you'll also avoid getting blown up in a bad year. So there's a potential for much more upside IMO. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts.
On the flip side $FONE dabbles in a lot of tech that isn't necessarily strictly smartphone related.
I also have one of their targeted index funds in an IRA of mine and it's been killing it this year. Pretty standard no frills. )I don't want to be that guy who only criticizes, so here are the 3 I'd offer: VT - you're fine there. Moreover, has a giant competitive advantage. There are correlation differences but they are minimal. 1.) So when the US market goes down, my whole portfolio goes down. Someone please try to convince me why this is bad. VGT especially has exploded in terms of returns, and has a 5-star Morningstar rating for 10 years, but share prices and expense ratios are more expensive. So instead of adding VB, if I add corporate bonds that's good. Opinions on VIG vs HDV? I figure simple is better and with those two ETFs I can hold every single US and international equity. Why don't you try to convince us that it isn't? If you love mid and small caps (i.e. (with reasoning preferably), VTI (Vanguard Total Stock Market ETF) VXUS (Vanguard Total International Stock ETF) AGG (iShares Core US Aggregate Bond ETF).
Motif is ahead technically but the margin and simplicity of M1 is quite impressive. I agree. By the way, VOO is already 3.9% AAPL and MGK is 8.7% AAPL. In your opinion, which one would you say would be better for adding a little "extra frosting to the cake" long-term? and 20% in ishares MSCI Emerging Acc.
The tech sector itself might be a gamble, where as betting on larger companies to do well is less of a gamble. 3. Where in the world is that? Stocks ETFs are stock ETFs regardless of the style. All in all, there’s nothing wrong with MKG as an ETF per se but I don’t know why you would be tilting your portfolio in those three directions. I ask because VIG's extra dividend yield is negligible when you factor in the extra .05% expense ratio. VT - 55%% , VNQ (or another real asset fund) - 10%, BIV - 35%. There’s no reason you couldn’t include MGK … They also have some other ETFs that you may be interested in that are more speculative. MGK has performed close to VGT, has a 4-star rating from Morningstar, and has a lower expense ratio and is cheaper per share, but has fewer stocks in it than VGT, though it covers more industries than just tech. I have mgk and a smaller postion in vug. Soxl is good. XEC - iShares Emerging Markets ETF.
PLUS, if there is a new revolutionary industry like Tech that emerges in the next year, I'll be guaranteed to catch it with something like QQQ or MGK than I would if I was specifically in Tech. Scwab is underated here. In general boglehead philosophy would be to be well diversified. Here's a list from various people who are much more knowledgeable than I. You could just use VXF for small and midcap in one ETF. 24 years old with high risk tolerance. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Adding a different asset class is going to be your best bet. Welcome to the Exchange Traded Funds subreddit. I have a lot of friends that were Sharebuilder customers (M1 predecessor). VGT is 20% AAPL anyway, which I could get from large cap 2.) Per their own explanations, they split their portfolio over 4 categories of "Transformational Changes", with 25% allocated to each, and no more than 2% in any company. I personally stop there. Anyway, combining the small and midcap lets your 3rd pick diversify your portfolio. FWIW VMGAX is the same thing for MGK but the minimum is even higher at $5m. I'd got with Google. Yes, I know UNG has drag, but the downside risk at these levels are tiny(at least I hope). I just started and wanted to look for highest return.
BND - the total U.S. bond market, weighted based on your age and/or risk tolerance. See how 9 model portfolios have performed in the past. Welcome to the Exchange Traded Funds subreddit. 2. Check out VIGAX it's Mutual fund version of VUG which is very similar to MGK, https://www.zacks.com/funds/etf/MGK/holding, https://www.zacks.com/funds/etf/VUG/holding, https://investor.vanguard.com/mutual-funds/profile/overview/vigax. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Your goal with a diversified portfolio is not for everything to go up or down at once, that's basically the opposite of diversification, FENY for oil XLF Financials IEMV for Emerging Markets. Expensive but if it keeps gaining like that I guess it's worth it.
Just wondering - would it be better to shift to Vanguard due to company structure? After revamping my portfolio recently, I am primarily investing in VTI and VXUS, but I also want a little more exposure to technology/riskier growth since I'm looking long-term.
Mega-Cap, which is funny because most people who do a capitalization tilt are overweight in small cap rather than large cap.