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^FVX vs. VOO

Last updated Mar 18, 2023

Compare and contrast key facts about Treasury Yield 5 Years (^FVX) and Vanguard S&P 500 ETF (VOO).

VOO is a passively managed fund by Vanguard that tracks the performance of the S&P 500 Index. It was launched on Sep 7, 2010.

Scroll down to visually compare performance, riskiness, drawdowns, and other indicators and decide which better suits your portfolio: ^FVX or VOO.

^FVX vs. VOO - Performance Comparison

The chart shows the growth of $10,000 invested in ^FVX and VOO. Since Oct 3, 2022, ^FVX has shown a total return of 138.95%, lower than VOO's total return of 352.30%. All prices are adjusted for splits and dividends.


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^FVX vs. VOO - Sharpe Ratio Comparison

The current ^FVX Sharpe Ratio is 1.62, which is higher than the VOO Sharpe Ratio of -0.37. The chart below compares the 12-month rolling Sharpe Ratio of ^FVX and VOO.


^FVX vs. VOO - Drawdown Comparison

The maximum ^FVX drawdown for the period was -22.82%, roughly equal to the maximum VOO drawdown of -24.52%. The drawdown chart below compares losses from any high point along the way for ^FVX and VOO


^FVX vs. VOO - Volatility Comparison

The volatility of ^FVX is currently 70.36%, which is higher than the volatility of VOO at 21.00%. The chart below compares the 10-day rolling volatility of ^FVX and VOO.