Jan 07, 2020 · Compared with Vanguard’s $6 trillion in assets -- $5.2 trillion excluding money market funds -- and 12,000 employees, Schwab manages $262 billion, with 19,800 employees, according to Bloomberg data.
Schwab has an opening deposit requirement of $1,000. This minimum can be waived by opening a Schwab bank account along with the investing account. Vanguard has no initial deposit requirement, while Fidelity requires an opening deposit of at least $2,500. This category is a tie between Fidelity and Schwab.
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Feb 20, 2017 · Vanguard vs. Fidelity: Fund Characteristics Last, and not surprisingly, Vanguard is a much larger fund, which puts it in the winner’s column once again. They had a 5 year head start, hold 206 additional equities in their portfolio and manage more than $450 billion assets over Fidelity.
So my basic understanding of Schwab & Vanguard is they do fairly similar things, and generally are both decent options for index funds. I see a lot on the blog & here on the forums about Vanguard (including the S vs V thread from feb 2015).
(Includes all share classes and excludes funds used in insurance products.) 126 of these 168 funds (75%) beat their Lipper average for the 10-year period. 258 of 366 (70%), 251 of 360 (70%), and 185 of 262 (71%) of T. Rowe Price funds outperformed their Lipper average for the 1-, 3-, and 5-year periods ended 9/30/20, respectively.