Vanguard vs ishare for S and P 500 ? : eupersonalfinance


So I want to buy S and P 500 from my bank (rabo bank). I have the following three options.

  1. IE00B3XXRP09 Vanguard S&P 500 UCITS ETF

  2. IE00B5BMR087 iShares Core S&P 500 UCITS ETF USD (Acc)

Also came across Norther trust world a lot in my research which is again distributing.

  1. NL0011225305 Northern Trust World Custom ESG Equity Index UCITS FGR Feeder Fund A EUR Distributing

Personally I prefer S and P because I think US stocks will outperform world stocks.

Initially I was thinking of buying the vanguard one but I see they distribute dividends instead of reinvesting like 2. I dont know mch about iShares, havent heard their name. Most discussions I came across were talking about vanguard.

While searching the internet I came across this post https://www.reddit.com/r/eupersonalfinance/comments/enbiuq/sp_500_what_is_best_vanguard_vusa_or_ishares_iusa/ saying vanguard is better because it more closely emulates s and p 500 and doesnt do sampling like ishares.

Now I am confused.

Which one is the better one? I think number 2 will be easier for me since I dont have to reinvest the dividends. But I havent heard of ishares before.

I live in the Netherlands.



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