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Vanguard 500 Index Fund(VOO)
Summary & Charts
|Price||$ 350.81||-3.05 (-0.87%)|
|Day's Range||$ 349.26 - 354.26|
|Previous Close||$ 353.86|
|Market Cap||$ N/A|
|Short Interest %||N/A||As of Fri, 14 Jan 2022|
|Avg. Volume (20 day)||3.64M|
|Rel. Volume (20 day)||1.48|
|Rel. Volume (3 month)||1.19|
|Date||Open||High||Low||Close||Change||Volume||R. Vol. (20d)||R. Vol. (3m)||Mentions|
|Dec 19, 2022||$ 354.13||$ 354.26||$ 349.26||$ 350.81||-3.05||5,393,182||1.48||1.19||17|
|Dec 16, 2022||$ 355.65||$ 356.71||$ 351.79||$ 353.86||-4.27||4,522,871||1.29||1.01||36|
|Dec 15, 2022||$ 362.47||$ 363.10||$ 356.46||$ 358.13||-9.03||5,127,091||1.49||1.15||8|
|Dec 14, 2022||$ 369.10||$ 372.80||$ 364.25||$ 367.16||-2.23||4,700,815||1.42||1.06||6|
|Dec 13, 2022||$ 377.11||$ 377.19||$ 366.80||$ 369.39||+2.71||5,583,930||1.69||1.27||10|
|Dec 12, 2022||$ 362.28||$ 366.68||$ 361.58||$ 366.68||+5.16||2,943,717||0.89||0.67||20|
|Dec 09, 2022||$ 363.00||$ 365.44||$ 361.34||$ 361.52||-2.66||4,270,153||1.26||0.96||26|
|Dec 08, 2022||$ 363.13||$ 365.15||$ 361.60||$ 364.18||+2.85||3,600,619||1.06||0.81||22|
|Dec 07, 2022||$ 361.05||$ 363.61||$ 360.31||$ 361.33||-0.70||3,335,534||0.98||0.74||10|
|Dec 06, 2022||$ 367.09||$ 367.61||$ 359.93||$ 362.03||-5.31||3,906,932||1.15||0.88||26|
|Dec 05, 2022||$ 371.28||$ 372.19||$ 365.99||$ 367.34||-6.66||3,702,835||1.10||0.84||9|
|Dec 02, 2022||$ 369.66||$ 374.88||$ 369.66||$ 374.00||-0.54||3,596,013||1.07||0.81||23|
|Dec 01, 2022||$ 375.87||$ 377.00||$ 372.05||$ 374.54||+0.05||4,297,684||1.27||0.97||22|
|Nov 30, 2022||$ 363.45||$ 374.59||$ 361.67||$ 374.49||+11.18||4,737,379||1.39||1.06||32|
|Nov 29, 2022||$ 363.93||$ 365.18||$ 361.48||$ 363.31||-0.64||2,504,528||0.70||0.56||30|
|Nov 28, 2022||$ 366.86||$ 368.38||$ 363.16||$ 363.95||-5.85||3,550,601||0.94||0.79||18|
|Nov 25, 2022||$ 369.39||$ 370.34||$ 369.06||$ 369.80||-0.04||1,423,409||0.37||0.32||10|
|Nov 23, 2022||$ 367.21||$ 370.36||$ 367.02||$ 369.84||+0.65||2,587,501||0.65||0.57||8|
|Nov 22, 2022||$ 367.21||$ 369.55||$ 367.16||$ 369.19||+6.48||542,353||0.13||0.12||10|
|Nov 21, 2022||$ 362.77||$ 363.74||$ 360.87||$ 362.71||-1.28||2,392,978||0.56||0.52||5|
The latest news about Vanguard 500 Index Fund (VOO).
These are the top discussions over the last 24-hours that mention the VOO stock ticker symbol.
I’ve got a brokerage account with RobinHood with VTI and VXUS etf index funds and a Roth IRA with Vanguard also with VTI and VXUS. I was planning on selling some my index funds in my brokerage account... Read More
Have a general question? Want to offer some commentary on markets? Maybe you would just like to throw out a neat fact that doesn't warrant a self post? Feel free to post here! If your question is... Read More
- (2 points) A few minor clarifications if that helps you out. The Fidelity Zero funds like FZROX and FNILX are not ETFs like VOO. They are mutual funds. A mutual fund transacts and prices once per day so it's not meant to be used for active trading. If you have a Fidelity account - you have access to the Fidelity Zero funds which are zero expense funds. These funds are only available at Fidelity so if you have to move your 401k account - you must liquidate the funds before transfer to another plan. There are some nuances in investing in a mutual fund vs an ETF but for most people - they may be inconsequential. Also - iirc - Fidelity is able to keep expenses low because they may not be licensing third-party indices from MSCI or S&P - but again - that may be inconsequential. If your plan is to buy into broad market funds for 30 years - using the Zero funds should be fine.
- (2 points) With fidelity you can automate this process by buying mutual funds, they offer many low cost mutual index funds , FXIAX is fidelity S&P500 index fund what would be equivalent to VOO. Also since you didn't mention what type of account this is, if you are saving for retirement this would be best done in an Roth IRA most likely for the tax savings
- (2 points) Set up a monthly auto transfer of X amount to core brokerage account on Fidelity, then manually investing that into VOO. Am I missing anything? These are very new waters to me. Main goal is to contribute every month towards retirement (currently 28). Starting off with a smaller amount just to make sure I understand the process, then planning on adding larger contributions as I get more comfortable with it. There are so many options. Would love to hear if I'm missing something important.
I have a loan that I could pay of but it's kind of hard for me to go thought with it because I think it would be better to invest the money in dividend Stocks. If next year inflation gets even worse w... Read More
- (8 points) In theory, average returns on something like VOO are greater than 3% so there’s a good chance you’d make more money investing than you’d lose to interest. However, there’s nothing stopping stocks from dropping another 20% or more next year so you need to be comfortable with the possibility that you could lose $5000 or more and still have to pay the 3% if you invest. That decision is entirely up to you. There’s also the option of paying half and investing half if you’re on the fence. You’d get half the gains but lose half the losses.
Unusual Option Activity
Option contracts that are trading at a significantly higher volume relative to the contract's open interest. These might provide some insight into what "smart money" is doing with large volume orders.
|Type||Strike||Exp Date||DTE||Bid||Ask||Last||Volume||Open Interest||Vol/OI||IV|
|CALL||$ 525.00||01/19/23||34||$ 0.00||$ 0.75||$ 0.40||57||20||2.85||0.56%|
|PUT||$ 445.00||01/19/23||34||$ 87.40||$ 89.90||$ 87.00||31||18||1.72||0.53%|
|CALL||$ 320.00||06/15/23||181||$ 64.70||$ 66.10||$ 51.02||200||103||1.94||0.47%|
|CALL||$ 330.00||06/15/23||181||$ 57.40||$ 58.70||$ 43.90||200||12||16.67||0.45%|
|CALL||$ 270.00||01/18/24||398||$ 92.60||$ 97.50||$ 100.00||18||14||1.29||0.30%|
|PUT||$ 505.00||01/18/24||398||$ 136.00||$ 141.00||$ 176.72||80||40||2.00||0.00%|
|CALL||$ 280.00||06/20/24||552||$ 102.00||$ 107.00||$ 134.00||39||21||1.86||0.39%|
|CALL||$ 395.00||06/20/24||552||$ 35.70||$ 38.50||$ 34.00||152||107||1.42||0.30%|
Failures to Deliver
Each point represents the aggregate net balance of shares that failed to be delivered as of a particular settlement date.
Please note that fails-to-deliver can occur for a number of reasons on both long and short sales. Therefore, fails-to-deliver are not necessarily the result of short selling, nor evidence of abusive “naked” short selling. For more information on short selling and fails-to-deliver, see Key Points About Regulation SHO, Division of Market Regulation, and Final Rule: Short Sales.