IOZ's unit price ~$27 when compared to VAS $84 allowing for DRP to purcahse shares at lower funds. We continue to favour VAS for a few reasons: VAS’ low expense ratio (0.10% p.a.) Subscription Terms of Service, ACN: 146 988 052 | Australian Financial Services Licence (AFSL): 400691, The Motley Fool Australia, PO Box 4635, Ashmore, Qld 4214. So, long run I don’t think there will be much in it. Join Our Premium Community Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future returns. The international-focused Vanguard ETFs are very good investment options and most regular investors would do well over the long-term by just picking and holding these. However, I’m looking to produce returns that beat the market over the long-term, which is why I’m avoiding the Vanguard Australian Share ETF. Get your free personalised portfolio recommendation, Receive the free Stockspot monthly newsletter and updates. Discussion in 'Shares & Funds' started by PKFFW, 3rd Nov, 2018. Former Apple intern Christian Selig says he wasn't happy with the selection of iOS apps for browsing Reddit, so he decided to build his own. Get Started Investing Company Overview. You might as well ditch the DRP and just reinvest manually until your investment grows to a decent size. I understand there is little difference between the 3. Discussion in 'Shares & Funds' started by PKFFW, 3rd Nov, 2018. The site may not work properly if you don't, If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit, Press J to jump to the feed. The VSO fund charges 0.30% p.a. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > PKFFW Well-Known Member. Also ioz is able to be bought from CommSec pocket. When investing expert Scott Phillips has a stock tip, it can pay to listen. The Royal Commission and the flow-on effects could hurt not only the FY18 result, but the FY19 one too and perhaps beyond. What we originally liked about this fund was its low costs (0.10% p.a.) Each year we compare all 200+ ETFs in our Australian ETF Report. This doesn't mean I'd spend a lot of time worrying about it. Low costs, diversification and easy access – what’s not to like? Is this correct? Rolf Latham & Alex Straker from ASAP Financial Services can show you how to simultaneously pay off your home loan and create wealth immediately. IOZ and VAS are both up there. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. It has more of an impact if you’re trading an ETF or making regular contributions because you’ll need to cross the spread more often to get invested. It’s worth mentioning that it may not reflect liquidity in the underlying stocks which is typically much deeper for broad Australian share ETFs. Plus it’s only one that is on pocket. Android vs iOS – Difference and Comparison (updated for Android Nougat and iOS 10) November 10, 2017 by mujeer Android VS iOS which one is better for you? Take the absolute worse/best case scenario: IOZ perfectly syncs their distribution with their price while VAS holds $85.99 every single quarter (e.g. Where STW, VAS, IOZ and A200 are market-size weighted indices, MVW is an equal-weight index. Since 2014 we’ve invested on behalf of our clients into the Vanguard Australian Shares Index ETF (VAS). By comparison the average Australian Equity managed fund offered on the ASX mFunds platform charges a bid/ask spread of 0.55% which is more than 18x more than VAS! Brokerage would the the same for either. In 2015 STW lowered its MER from 0.29% to 0.19% in response to competitive pressures from VAS and IOZ which were gaining market share with fees of 0.10% and 0.09% respectively. Slippage refers to how much you lose by crossing the spread when buying or selling an ETF. The performance of these smaller shares relative to the largest companies is a key driver of differences between MVW and market-size based ETFs. A200 recently listed so doesn’t have 5 years of performance yet. Stockspot Pty Ltd ABN 163 214 319 is a Corporate Authorised Representative (No. For example image the quarterly yield is 1% then that would result in $60 distribution. I suppose the aggregate fees add up over the six years. Yes. of each other on fees. The Motley Fool Australia has recommended Vanguard MSCI Index International Shares ETF.