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US REITs Led Last Week’s Broad-Based Rallies In Global Markets
Article By: James Picerno
Monday, June 5, 2023 8:13 AM EDT
Widespread gains lifted nearly all the major asset classes last week, based on a set of ETFs. The downside outlier: commodities, which slipped fractionally.
In this article: VNQI, GCC, VNQ, VTI
Equities / Fixed Income Wave-Trend Update For The Week End June 2
Article By: Terence Grennon
Saturday, June 3, 2023 11:28 AM EDT
What we see for Total Market and US Aggregate Bonds.
In this article: AGG, VTI
Major Asset Classes Performance Review - May 2023
Article By: James Picerno
Friday, June 2, 2023 5:58 PM EDT
Most of the major asset classes fell in May. The upside exceptions were US stocks and cash.
In this article: BND, VNQI, VTI
Equities / Fixed Income Wave-trend Update For The Week Ending May 26
Article By: Terence Grennon
Sunday, May 28, 2023 6:42 PM EDT
The wave trend suggests that VTI will outperform.
In this article: VTI, AGG
Global Equities Rose Last Week As Bonds, Commodities Fell
Article By: James Picerno
Monday, May 22, 2023 9:10 AM EDT
Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Fund gained 1.7%, rising to the highest level since February. The latest increase sets up the fund for higher odds of a bullish breakout if it can move decisively above the current price.
In this article: VEA, GCC, VNQ, VTI

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VOO vs. VTI: Which ETF Is a Better Investment?
Dick Kaplan 3/18/2020 12:49:25 AM

Nice explanation. I prefer $VTI when combined with $BND and $VXUS. $VOO I always purchase alone.

VOO vs. VTI: Which ETF Is a Better Investment?
Andrew Armstrong 3/18/2020 12:37:52 AM

Hmm, from a up and down perspective both are the same, the only difference is $VTI is index that matches the whole US market, and $VOO is an index that matches only the 500 companies. If you compare them, they look the same. As they go up and down in similar percentage, it dosen't really matter which one you pick. This is my opinion from my humble experience.

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