VTI Holdings: The Top 50 Stocks

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Data as of 11/24/2023 The top 50 of 3827 holdings make up 48.62% of assets.
# Symbol Company Weight
1 AAPL Apple Inc. 0.06201
2 MSFT Microsoft Corp. 0.06141
3 AMZN Amazon.com Inc. 0.03021
4 NVDA NVIDIA Corp. 0.02339
5 GOOGL Alphabet Inc. Class A 0.018
6 META Facebook Inc. Class A 0.01637
7 GOOG Alphabet Inc. Class C 0.01511
8 BRK-B Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Class B 0.01488
9 TSLA Tesla Inc. 0.01325
10 UNH UnitedHealth Group Inc. 0.01213
11 LLY Eli Lilly & Co. 0.01157
12 XOM Exxon Mobil Corp. 0.01036
13 JPM JPMorgan Chase & Co. 0.00988
14 V Visa Inc. Class A 0.00915
15 JNJ Johnson & Johnson 0.00873
16 PG Procter & Gamble Co. 0.00865
17 AVGO Broadcom Inc. 0.00849
18 MA Mastercard Inc. Class A 0.00774
19 HD Home Depot Inc. 0.00696
20 MRK Merck & Co. Inc. 0.00637
21 CVX Chevron Corp. 0.00632
22 ABBV AbbVie Inc. 0.00609
23 COST Costco Wholesale Corp. 0.00598
24 ADBE Adobe Inc. 0.00593
25 WMT Walmart Inc. 0.00592
26 PEP PepsiCo Inc. 0.00549
27 KO Coca-Cola Co. 0.00537
28 MCD McDonald's Corp. 0.00467
29 CSCO Cisco Systems Inc./Delaware 0.00467
30 ACN Accenture plc Class A 0.00458
31 LIN Linde plc 0.00456
32 CRM Salesforce Inc. 0.00454
33 NFLX Netflix Inc. 0.00446
34 BAC Bank of America Corp. 0.00435
35 PFE Pfizer Inc. 0.00422
36 TMO Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. 0.0042
37 CMCSA Comcast Corp. Class A 0.00415
38 ORCL Oracle Corp. 0.00412
39 ABT Abbott Laboratories 0.00401
40 AMD Advanced Micro Devices Inc. 0.00389
41 INTC Intel Corp. 0.00374
42 DIS Walt Disney Co. 0.00365
43 WFC Wells Fargo & Co. 0.00357
44 COP ConocoPhillips 0.00348
45 PM Philip Morris International Inc. 0.00338
46 AMGN Amgen Inc. 0.00334
47 VZ Verizon Communications Inc. 0.00325
48 IBM International Business Machines Corp. 0.00322
49 INTU Intuit Inc. 0.00322
50 TXN Texas Instruments Inc. 0.00315
TOTAL 0.48618
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About the Vanguard Total Stock Market Index ETF (VTI)

Vanguard logo. List of VOO holdings (top 50 holding) and the weight of each asset. There's also a VOO holdings chart to visualize asset weight.

VTI aims to match the performance of the CRSP US Total Market Index, which measures the investment return of a select group of stocks with high dividend yields.

The fund employs an indexing investment approach designed to track the performance of the index, which represents approximately 100% of the investable U.S. stock market and includes large-, mid-, small-, and micro-cap stocks. It invests by sampling the index, meaning that it holds a broadly diversified collection of securities that, in the aggregate, approximates the full index in terms of key characteristics.

Visit the Vanguard website for the latest authoritative information about the ETF.

VTI is an excellent option for investors who do not want to conduct the research required to select individual stocks but want to own a small piece of nearly all public U.S. companies, including large-cap, mid-cap, and small-cap. 

By holding VTI or other broad market stock index funds or ETFs, investors will match the return of the primary U.S. benchmark index. 

The VTI iShares equivalent is the ITOT ETF. 

The VTI Vanguard mutual fund equivalent is VTSAX. 

The VTI Fidelity equivalent is FSKAX (a mutual fund, not an ETF). 

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