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Vanguard S&P 500 ETF (VOO)

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  • J
    Jeff
    I'm also a beginner. what's a good platform to start with for new long-term investors?
  • D
    Denys
    Just registered at interactive brokers and planning to enter the market with 60% of my portfolio to VOO. What is better, enter right away or wait for a pullback that everyone is talking about?

    Tnx
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    Jack
    I’m a beginner, was thinking of putting £100 a month minimum into this over the next 40/45 years? Would this me a good move for longevity?
  • J
    Jorge
    is a good idea to buy this ETF now at the current price of 350$ ? or do you think its going to be cheaper later this year?
  • P
    Phil
    It's always a good time to buy VOO, a must in portfolio!
  • C
    Conor
    Anyone know when Tesla will be added to this index? (Cross posted on VXF too where it's currently at -- but I'm typing it afresh here on Jan 7.) I'd imagine it may already be, and the holdings will be reflected later this month per Vanguard policy.

    Long VOO of course. :0)
  • J
    J
    How much time does Vanguard have to include TSLA in VOO?
  • v
    vic
    Any one selling here, since Sleepy Joe will ruin our economy?
  • W
    Wiggachillins
    How do you suppose Elon Musk makes his money?

    Hint: it is not from business operations.
  • E
    Elyse
    hey guys, what about the Long term capital gain this year? I dont' see it in the Vanguard website...i actually see that they dont' anticipate giving one this year? I'm confused. Any input at this point is appreciated! thanks
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    maximumreturns
    I read that the index funds need to buy about $80B worth of Tesla and it’s all happening tomorrow.

    One analyst says the price could spike to $2k intraday
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    Kevin
    I've been giving this a lot of thought. As of 9/29/20, Vanguard owned $18B of shares in Tesla. Let's pretend half is to fulfill obligations they have in ETFs and Mutual funds that list Tesla and a set percentage in their prospectus, and the other half is speculative. To fulfill all their S&P500 pointing ETFs and Mutual Funds could they just transfer from speculative and not really need to buy that many shares?
  • F
    Fuel
    Posted this four months ago:

    I bought my 5 year old 50 shares at $259.38. Glad I did. She will be too when I’m gone.

    I also said this was going to $400 two months ago. Hold.
  • M
    Minn
    I’ve come to believe that the market trades void of fundementals because there is a relative scarcity of quality (including yielding) assets relative to cash. The demand for assets is high with such a balooned money supply coupled with low rates. The supply is scarcer after a decade of stock buybacks by publicly listed companies and increased ease in ownership through low cost funds and no fee brokerages like Robinhood. Also, there are less publicity listed companies than there once were.

    Goldman has a 2021 price target or $4500 on the S&P.  They may be right.
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    Peter
    christmas present 1.383 dividend declared. Thank you!
  • D
    D
    Sold today after over 3 years in position. I don't want no TSLA bubble :) ... will buy some random value stocks instead. Wish me luck. GLTA
  • J
    J
    Does anyone know when VOO will add TESLA?
  • J
    J
    Will this etf ever split
  • T
    Tyson
    I love this stock!!!!!
  • B
    Brian
    I think it's an opportunity. Buying more