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When it comes to index funds, we are more familiar with S&P500 Index which tracks the 500 largest US companies by market cap. But do you know that there is another index fund you could invest in if you want more tech companies exposure?
* The S&P 500 Index features 500 leading U.S. publicly traded companies, with a primary emphasis on market capitalization.
– Depth and diversity, the S&P 500 is widely considered one of the best gauges of large U.S. stocks, and even the entire equities market
– Self cleansing criteria. Weak companies are kicked out of the index
To be eligible for S&P 500 index inclusion, a company should be a U.S. company, have a market capitalization of at least USD 11.8 billion, be highly liquid, have a public float of at least 10% of its shares outstanding, and its most recent quarter’s earnings and the sum of its trailing four consecutive quarters’ earnings must be positive.
* You can't directly invest in the S&P 500 because it's an index, but you can invest in one of the many funds that use it as a benchmark, tracking its composition and performance.
* Dividend yield ~1.5%, WHT advantage for Ireland domiciled funds
* Tickers: CSPX (LSE), VOO, SPLG
What: NASDAQ is the market. We are more familiar with the composite index which tracks a number of NASDAQ companies e.g. NASDAQ 100
Why: More focused on Large tech companies e.g. Apple, Microsoft, Google
– Low dividends, WHT not much impact
– Tickers: QQQ, QQQM, CNDX (LSE)
S&P500 vs NASDAQ
– Historical Performance: NASDAQ performed better because of higher weightage of Large tech firms leading the growth
– Volatility: NASDAQ more violent up and down trends
– Exposure: Broad-base companies across industries vs tech focused. Top few companies are similar, but weightage different e.g. Apple 6% in S&P500 vs 12% in QQQ
Understand your risk appetite and companies preferences or do a percentage allocation based on your own choice