ETFs

Schwab ETFs can provide straightforward access to broad asset-class exposure for building the foundation of a diversified portfolio.

Good things come in threes? We think so.

Schwab’s entire lineup of fixed income ETFs is now priced at only three basis points.

Explore our fixed income ETFs

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What we offer

With over a decade of experience in the industry, we are one of the nation’s largest and most established ETF providers. Our core strategies span both the broad-based equity and bond markets. We offer a carefully designed lineup of low-cost market cap index and Fundamental Index® ETFs that can be used as part of the foundation of a diversified portfolio.

ETFs

Our approach

In today’s environment of ever-increasing complexity, we stay focused on the core of an investor’s portfolio. We provide a set of competitively priced ETF products, including low-cost market cap index and strategic beta strategies. Each of these can play an important role in a portfolio, and combining them can help provide better diversification and the potential for more attractive risk-adjusted returns across various market cycles.

Expenses among the lowest in the industry

We have sought to eliminate cost as a hurdle to investing in our products. With our targeted set of low-cost Index ETFs, we seek to share the benefits of our scale and efficiency with investors, and the financial professionals who serve them, wherever we can.

Schwab market cap index ETFs

Schwab ETF expenses are among the lowest in the industry. 85% of Schwab market cap index ETFs have expenses lower than 0.10%, asset-weighted average total expense ratio of 0.05%.1 The ETFs track an index of securities that are screened and weighted based on the size of their market capitalization, with the largest weights assigned to the largest companies, which helps advisors build a diversified portfolio for their clients.

Compare costs of Schwab market cap index ETFs to the largest issuers

Schwab Fundamental Index ETFs

While fund expense should not be the only factor in choosing a strategic beta strategy, selecting a strategy with a low expense ratio remains an important consideration—especially over long time horizons. The average total expense ratio for Schwab Fundamental Index ETFs is 0.30%—lower than the industry average of 0.36% for Fundamental Index ETFs,2 and the average expense ratio of 0.46% for multi-factor ETFs.3

Learn more about Schwab Fundamental Index ETFs

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Educational resources

Do you have questions about ETFs, but don’t know where to find the answers? Check out the ETF education hub for the knowledge you need, from basic to advanced.

ETF education hub

Explore tools, analysis and insights designed to help advisors refine their ETF strategy and help meet their clients’ financial goals.

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Advisor tools

Use these financial tools to gain more comprehensive insight into investment products.

Advisor tools

Fee impact simulator

Use the fee impact simulator to see the long-term effects of expenses on a portfolio.

Fund explorer

Help your clients get exceptional value from their investments with the fund explorer.

Featured ETF products

See our highlighted ETFs, or browse all our investment products.

ETF insights

See what our executives and strategists have to say about ETF investing.

Investment Insights

How do you choose the right crypto-related ETF? This short paper is designed to help investors understand existing crypto-related ETFs, the differences and relationships between blockchain and cryptocurrencies, and how a crypto-related fund may complement a diversified portfolio.
Investment Insights

It’s an important time for advisors to consider whether client portfolios are positioned for a potential market cycle change where value and international stocks may take over performance leadership from growth and domestic equities.
Investment Insights

For investors looking for total return and income, a dividend-focused equity fund may be a fitting choice for a well-diversified portfolio. Read more in this short, client-approved insights piece.
Investment Insights

If your clients are concerned about potential concentration risk in today’s U.S. equity market, consider using this client-approved chart to strike up a conversation about Fundamental Index® strategies.