ETF Battles: Moat Investing Vs. S&P 500, Who Wins?

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In this episode of ETF Battles, Ron DeLegge referees an audience-requested triple header between three large-cap stock ETFs from BNY Mellon, Vanguard, and Van Eck. BKLC Vs. MOAT Vs. VOO.

Video Length: 00:17:17


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Kurt Benson 6 months ago Member's comment

Although most companies that are in the S&P have a moat of some sort and it’s dirt cheap(exp. ratio) w/ allot of volume. Per actual performance Moat wins hands down if you held over the past 5 years or just YTD. Plus I’m a sucker for Morningstar.