S&P 500 ETF Overview

With 14 ETFs traded on the U.S. markets, S&P 500 ETFs have total assets under management of $987.30B. The average expense ratio is 0.61%. S&P 500 ETFs can be found in the following asset classes:

  • Equity

The largest S&P 500 ETF is the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust SPY with $404.35B in assets. In the last trailing year, the best-performing S&P 500 ETF was UPRO at 131.37%. The most recent ETF launched in the S&P 500 space was the Janus Henderson U.S. Sustainable Equity ETF SSPX on 09/08/21.

ETF.com Analysis

Hunt For Yield Can Blur ETF Returns

Investors should be careful not to focus on yield at the expense of total after-tax return.

Features and News

Direct Indexing Minor Threat To ETFs

Direct indexing has benefits for many, but won’t be the right solution for everyone.

Features and News

Size & Style ETFs Hint At Investor Caution

Looking at specific slices of the market tells us that investors are experiencing deja vu.

Features and News

Single Stocks & ETFs Do Mix

Stocks can have a place in your portfolio alongside ETFs, but be aware of the risks.

Index Investor Corner

Grading The 25 Largest ETFs

Do your ETFs make the grade?

Features and News

Muni Market ETFs Ripe For Active Mgmt

While passive municipal ETFs hold the majority of the assets, the quirks of this space make it ideal for active management.

ETF.com Analysis

What ESG Investing Is Meant To Be

An ETF with ‘ESG’ in the name won’t necessarily align your portfolio with your values.

Features and News

Delta Variant’s Impact On ETFs

The spread of the delta variant could be bad news for some ETFs while being a boon for others.

Features and News

Trapped In ‘EEM’

Some investors say the real reason they have stuck with the fund is tax considerations.