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iShares S&P500 recently became available. Worth it at .36 or stick with Vanguard Mid Cap at .05?
I’d use the MidCap fund.
"Far more money has been lost by investors preparing for corrections than has been lost in corrections themselves." ~~ Peter Lynch
meh. for 7x the cost, you cant find large cap anywhere else?
I would definitely use Vanguard Mid Cap at 0.05%, even if I had no large cap options elsewhere. Since you do, it would be an easy decision for me.
IShares website shows their S&P 500 core ETF (IVV) with an expense ratio of .04%
I trust vanguard for low maintenance cost and reliability
Actually, looking at that screen shot a second time, I'd take advantage of the Vanguard Small Cap Value Index Admiral at 0.07%.
But the mid-cap blend is almost certainly going to behave more like large cap blend than small cap value would, if that's what you're looking for.