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Old 11-29-2016, 12:38 PM   #1
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VIGRX vs VUG

going to invest about $10k in a tax-free acct, thinking either VIGRX or VUG. When I compare the two on yahoo finance, if I set timeframe to 10 yrs, they both perform the same, if I do the max, VIGRX way outperforms VUG. Is this because VIGRX has a much earlier inception date?

any other thoughts on one is better than the other? thanks.

BTW, the acct is with TDAmeritrade which charges a $25 fee on MF, but that's minor.
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Old 11-29-2016, 01:51 PM   #2
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Yes, VIGRX inception is 1992 and VUG is 2004. It may be cheaper to buy them directly with Vanguard.
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it's a HSA account thru my employer, the HSA investment is thru TDAmeritrade, so I have no other options.
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