VOO - Vanguard S&P 500 ETF

NYSEArca - NYSEArca Delayed Price. Currency in USD
239.88
+0.53 (+0.22%)
At close: 4:00PM EST

239.71 -0.17 (-0.07%)
After hours: 4:52PM EST

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Previous Close239.35
Open239.72
Bid239.55 x 1000
Ask240.74 x 1000
Day's Range239.52 - 240.76
52 Week Range214.83 - 270.67
Volume4,065,461
Avg. Volume4,414,814
Net Assets400.59B
NAV229.68
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield2.06%
YTD Return-4.50%
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.00
Expense Ratio (net)0.04%
Inception Date2010-09-07
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  • Bank of America Expects the Markets to Fall in 2019
    Market Realistyesterday

    Bank of America Expects the Markets to Fall in 2019

    Bulls versus Bears: Who Will Rule the Stock Markets in 2019?(Continued from Prior Part)Bank of America’s targetBank of America’s equity and quantitative strategist, Savita Subramanian, expects a decline in the S&P 500 (SPY) in

  • What Supports J.P. Morgan’s Bullish Stance on SPY?
    Market Realist2 days ago

    What Supports J.P. Morgan’s Bullish Stance on SPY?

    Bulls versus Bears: Who Will Rule the Stock Markets in 2019?(Continued from Prior Part)J.P. Morgan is bullish on SPYJ.P. Morgan (JPM) has one of the most bullish views on Wall Street about the stock market outlook in 2019. J.P. Morgan’s US equity

  • ETF Trends2 days ago

    A Hot Start to 2019 for Broad Market ETFs

    S&P 500 exchange traded funds, such as the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) , iShares Core S&P 500 ETF (IVV) and the Vanguard S&P 500 ETF (VOO) , and other broad market ETFs are soaring to start 2019. Smaller stocks are participating as well as highlighted by the early 2019 showings for ETFs, such as the SPDR Mid-Cap 400 (MDY) and the iShares Core S&P Small-Cap ETF (IJR) , which tracks the S&P Small-Cap 600 Index. “In the first seven trading days of 2019, the S&P 500 returned 3.6%, its 12th best start on record since 1928 and best since 2003,” said S&P Dow Jones Indices in a recent note.

  • Will China’s Latest Attempt at Propping Up Its Economy Work?
    Market Realist5 days ago

    Will China’s Latest Attempt at Propping Up Its Economy Work?

    China’s central bank, the People’s Bank of China (or PBoC), announced on January 4, 2019, that it will cut the reserve requirement ratio (or RRR) of Chinese (FXI) banks by 50 basis points on January 15 and a further 50 basis points on January 25. To stimulate demand in the slowing economy, China’s central bank cut the RRR four times in 2019. Prior to the central bank’s decision to cut the RRR, China’s premier Li Keqiang has urged the central bank to cut the reserve requirements.

  • Why Gundlach Expects a Wave of Corporate Downgrades to Come
    Market Realist5 days ago

    Why Gundlach Expects a Wave of Corporate Downgrades to Come

    Most of Gundlach’s 2018 Calls Were Spot On—What about 2019? (Continued from Prior Part) ## Gundlach on US federal debt As reported by Reuters, Jeffrey Gundlach called the ballooning US (SPY) (VOO) federal government debt “a completely horrific situation.” In 2018, total US debt increased by $1.4 trillion, far more than the ~$900 billion budget deficit. Gundlach also said that the United States could be at a “tipping point” in a “debt-compounding cycle.” He asked, “Are we growing at all or is it all just the increase in debt?” ## Ballooning interest costs Moreover, Gundlach cited data provided by the CBO (Congressional Budget Office), which reflect rising interest costs for the US government. The CBO expects debt to reach 3.7% of GDP by 2035 from ~1.4% in 2015. ## Corporate leverage is also bad Gundlach is also focused on corporate leverage and said that there is a significant risk of downgrades in the BBB space as leverage has risen to near record highs. Gundlach used a historical leverage ratio analysis to highlight how large a portion of BBB rated bonds (BND) would be junk (JNK) right now. As reported by Yahoo finance, Gundlach said, “Actually, 45% of the entire investment grade bond market would be rated junk right now … based on leverage ratios. Forty-five percent.” Gundlach has also stated that while downgrades have started to happen, even more should have happened already. He thus expects a wave of downgrades to come. Continue to Next Part Browse this series on Market Realist: * Part 1 - Most of Gundlach’s 2018 Calls Were Spot On—What about 2019? * Part 2 - Jeffrey Gundlach: How to Survive the Market Zigzags in 2019 * Part 3 - Gundlach: Junk Bond Market Is Flashing Yellow on Recession

  • ETF Trends6 days ago

    A Positive Signal for S&P 500 ETFs

    Following one of the worst December performances on record, U.S. stocks are rallying to start 2019 and an overlooked sentiment signal could be indicating more upside is on the way for the S&P 500 and the corresponding exchange traded funds. SPY, the world's largest ETF, seeks to provide investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance of the S&P 500 Index. “For the first time in nearly three years, the weekly Investors Intelligence (II) survey showed more market newsletters were bearish on stocks than bullish,” according to Schaeffer's Investment Research.

  • Suze Orman, Barbara Corcoran and more share their best money advice
    Yahoo Finance8 days ago

    Suze Orman, Barbara Corcoran and more share their best money advice

    In 2018, Yahoo Finance talked to women from all across the business world, and they all had great advice about how to approach your money, your career and your life.

  • What Could US Jobs Report Mean for the Fed and Rate Hikes?
    Market Realist12 days ago

    What Could US Jobs Report Mean for the Fed and Rate Hikes?

    Fed policymakers are watching job data closely, as the data gives the Fed insight as to whether the US economy (SPY) (IVV) is strong enough to withstand interest rate hikes. The Fed raised interest rates four times last year and signaled two more hikes in 2019, which is in contrast to the market’s expectation of no hike. The Fed has remained very positive on the tight labor market and has maintained that increasing rates should keep inflation in check.

  • How to deal with market volatility if you’re retiring soon
    Yahoo Finance13 days ago

    How to deal with market volatility if you’re retiring soon

    For those looking to retire in the next five years, market volatility is extra unsettling. Retirement expert Ed Slott has advice about what investors should be doing to protect themselves in these tumultuous times.

  • An IRA tax hack for retirees 70 and over
    Yahoo Finance13 days ago

    An IRA tax hack for retirees 70 and over

    With the new tax law changes all but wiping out itemized deductions, filers are looking for any ways they can to catch a break. Account holders over the age of 70 1/2 are subject to RMDs — required minimum distributions — which is the amount they’re obligated to withdraw from their tax-deferred retirement accounts and pay taxes on. “The government wants its money back,” retirement expert Ed Slott tells Yahoo Finance.

  • Most Loved and Hated ETFs of 2018
    Zacks13 days ago

    Most Loved and Hated ETFs of 2018

    Despite the diminished appeal for riskier assets, overall ETFs gathered about $309 billion in 2018, marking the second-largest annual inflow.

  • Could December’s Wage Growth Spook the Already Volatile Markets?
    Market Realist13 days ago

    Could December’s Wage Growth Spook the Already Volatile Markets?

    Wage growth will likely be the most closely watched component of the US (VOO) jobs report. While the other components of the jobs report have shown a firm labor market, wage growth has been a missing piece for a while. While wage growth had disappointed market participants for the last few months, November’s wage growth was more or less in-line with expectations.

  • 2019 Stock Market Holidays and Bond Market Holidays
    Kiplinger14 days ago

    2019 Stock Market Holidays and Bond Market Holidays

    Is the market open today? Here's a look at what holidays the stock markets and bond markets take off in 2019.

  • Is the Stock Market Open on New Year's Eve?
    Kiplinger17 days ago

    Is the Stock Market Open on New Year's Eve?

    Yes, the stock market is open on New Year's Eve during normal trading hours. New Year's Day is a stock market holiday.

  • Does the Fall in US Consumer Confidence Signal Bigger Concerns?
    Market Realist19 days ago

    Does the Fall in US Consumer Confidence Signal Bigger Concerns?

    The US consumer confidence index recorded its biggest fall in more than three years in December. This measure of consumer confidence in the economy was released yesterday by the Conference Board. The volatility in the financial markets might have also contributed to the decline in consumer confidence.

  • The Beginner's Guide to Understanding the Roth IRA
    Motley Fool26 days ago

    The Beginner's Guide to Understanding the Roth IRA

    Everything a beginner needs to know about the Roth IRA all in one resource, including how to figure out if it's right for you.

  • ETF Trends27 days ago

    10 Biggest ETF Issuers of 2018 by Market Capitalization

    In the world of the exchange-traded fund (ETF) ecosystem, the market seemingly begins and ends with the ETF issuer. Summarily, the issuer is responsible for the creation and administration of the ETF. ...

  • ETF Trends27 days ago

    10 Biggest ETFs of 2018 By Total Market Capitalization

    In the world of exchange-traded funds (ETFs), sheer size can come in the form of market capitalization. With total ETF assets currently standing at over the $3 trillion mark, here are 10 of the biggest according to market capitalization, as of Dec. 20, 2018. 1. SPY seeks to provide investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance of the S&P 500® Index.

  • Is the Stock Market Open on Christmas Eve?
    Kiplinger28 days ago

    Is the Stock Market Open on Christmas Eve?

    Yes, the stock market is open on Christmas Eve, but trading ends early ahead of the stock market holiday on Christmas Day.

  • Why No Hike by the Fed in December Could Spook Markets
    Market Realistlast month

    Why No Hike by the Fed in December Could Spook Markets

    What Will the Fed’s December Meeting Mean for Markets? While the markets want the Fed to go slow on interest rate (TLT) hikes, they are highly expecting a rate hike at the December meeting. The consensus is for the Fed to raise rates by 25 basis points to 2.25%–2.50%.

  • Has Gold Made a Comeback with Market Volatility?
    Market Realistlast month

    Has Gold Made a Comeback with Market Volatility?

    Could Market Risks Bring Investors Back to Gold in 2019? Last week turned out to be great for gold prices (GLD). As equity and bond markets continued to struggle, gold made the best of the situation.

  • Will November Jobs Report Give Fed the Green Light to Hike Rates?
    Market Realistlast month

    Will November Jobs Report Give Fed the Green Light to Hike Rates?

    Fed policymakers are watching job data closely, as it gives them insight as to whether the US economy (SPY) (IVV) is strong enough to withstand interest rates hikes. The Fed has already raised interest rates three times this year. The Fed is expecting one more hike in December.

  • Could November’s Wage Growth Shake the Markets Again?
    Market Realistlast month

    Could November’s Wage Growth Shake the Markets Again?

    Wage growth will likely be the most closely watched component of the US (VOO) jobs report. The metric has long been considered a missing piece of the otherwise strong labor market. While wage growth had disappointed market participants for the last few months, October’s wage growth was not disappointing.