Schwab international index fund etf

Schwab international index fund etf DEFAULT
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Fund10.7326.7910.869.687.60
Category10.3825.4310.619.127.42
S&P 50022.5234.4020.1218.4716.21
% Rank in Category4133433537
Quintile Rank32322

Fund Details

Fund Details

  • Category
    Intl Multi-Cap Core

  • Portfolio Style
    International

  • Expense Ratio
    0.06%

  • Status
    Open

  • Initial Purchase Regular
    N/A

  • Load Type
    None

  • Front End Load
    N/A

  • Back End Load
    N/A

Investment Policy

The Fund seeks to track the total return of the Schwab International Index. The Schwab International Index includes common stocks of the 350 largest publicly traded companies from selected countries outside the United States.

Management Details

  • Manager Name/Start Year
    Team Managed(N/A)

  • Inception Date
    05/19/97

  • Phone Number
    800-435-4000

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DATEINCOME
DISTRIBUTION
Capital Gains
Distribution
2020 $0.41 -
2019 $0.64 -
2018 $0.55 -
2017 $0.57 -
2016 $0.55 -
2015 $0.47 -
2014 $0.61 -
2013 $0.51 -
2012 $0.58 -
2011 $0.60 -
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Schwab International Index has the characteristics of a great index-tracking fund. It captures most of the foreign stock market in a cost-effective way, while a rock-bottom expense ratio underpins its Morningstar Analyst Rating of Silver.

This fund tracks the MSCI EAFE Index, which holds large- and mid-cap stocks from 21 overseas developed markets, covering a majority of the investable market. It weights them by market capitalization, an approach that benefits investors by capturing the market’s collective opinion of each stock’s value while keeping turnover low. Market-cap-weighting can be tough to beat because the market tends to do a good job valuing stocks over the long term. Occasionally, this approach may increase the fund’s exposure to expensive stocks when investors get excited about an area of the market. But this doesn’t undermine its long-term efficacy.

The portfolio’s strong diversification mitigates the impact of holding the worst-performing names. It holds almost 900 stocks with only 12% of assets in its 10 largest names. Its regional composition looks modestly different from a typical fund in the category because it excludes emerging-markets stocks. But stocks from these regions account for about 10% of a typical peer’s portfolio, so ignoring them shouldn’t have a big impact on the fund’s long-term category-relative performance.

This fund began tracking the MSCI EAFE Index in December 2011. From then through November 2020, it managed to provide decent returns, beating the category average by 46 basis points annually over the period. But that was only sufficient to outperform half of its peers. Some of its better-performing competitors tended to be more conservative, allowing them to hold up better during market declines. Over the long-run, fees tend to play a big role in determining category-relative performance. So, this fund’s ultralow 0.06% expense ratio should provide a strong long-term advantage.

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Charles Schwab’s Top Index Funds, ETFs for Retirement

It's possible to build a diversified retirement portfolio with just a handful of low-cost index funds and exchange traded funds (ETFs). The following funds are some of the top choices available from online brokerage Charles Schwab to help you properly allocate your retirement savings. They will give you exposure to U.S. and international stocks and bonds, as well as a few other asset classes.

Index mutual funds and ETFs track an underlying market index and most are passively managed. They typically have lower fees than actively managed funds, making them a popular choice among retirement savers.

Key Takeaways

  • Charles Schwab has a wide range of index funds and ETFs that make it possible to build a diversified retirement portfolio with only a handful of mutual funds.
  • Index funds and ETFs typically have lower fees and commissions.
  • Some of Schwab’s top funds for retirement give investors exposure to U.S. and international stocks, bonds, and real estate.

U.S. Stocks

The Charles Schwab Total Stock Market Index (SWTSX) fund invests in almost the entire U.S. stock market. It has more than 3,000 stock holdings, which gives your portfolio exposure to large, mid, and small-cap stocks with one fund. It has a low expense ratio of 0.03%.

There is also an ETF version of this fund, the Charles Schwab U.S. Broad Market (SCHB). This one is equally cheap, with fees of just 0.03%. 

For exposure to the largest publicly traded companies in the U.S., consider the Schwab S&P 500 Index Fund (SWPPX). It tracks the Standard & Poor's 500 Index and has an expense ratio of just 0.02%.

International Stocks

To include international stocks in your portfolio, the Schwab International Index (SWISX) mutual fund invests in large-cap stocks in non-U.S. developed markets and has an expense ratio of 0.06%.

Choosing the right asset allocation for a retirement portfolio includes determining a number of factors, including your risk tolerance and time horizon.

If you are willing to take on more risk, the Schwab Emerging Markets Equity ETF (SCHE) invests in large- and mid-cap emerging markets stocks and has a 0.11% expense ratio.

Bonds

A well-diversified retirement portfolio should also include bonds. The Schwab U.S. Aggregate Bond Index Fund (SWAGX) covers 3,000 U.S. government and investment-grade bonds with maturities ranging from short to long term. The expense ratio is only 0.04%. The ETF version is the Schwab U.S. Aggregate Bond ETF (SCHZ), which has the same expense ratio.

Other Asset Classes

Finally, Charles Schwab offers an array of specialty funds you can add to your retirement portfolio to fit your investment goals. Investors looking for a real estate play should consider the Fundamental Global Real Estate Index (SFREX). This mutual fund has an expense ratio of 0.390%.

The Schwab U.S. Tips ETF (SCHP), meanwhile, provides exposure to U.S. Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities, which are inflation-adjusted bonds. It carries an expense ratio of 0.05%.

The Bottom Line

Most top fund companies, Charles Schwab included, have a roster of funds that can provide suitable options for all investors. By using low-cost index funds and ETFs that cover all your asset allocation needs—and working with one provider—saving for retirement can be easier.

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