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SoFi ETFs are built for new and not-so-new investors to diversify their portfolios by investing in a bunch of stocks—for a fraction of the cost.
We’re waiving fees* for at least the first year on our SoFi Select 500 and SoFi Next 500 ETFs so more of your money is invested in the market.
ETFs are diversified by definition. Because your investment is spread across many companies, your risk is spread out, too.
The SoFi Select 500 and SoFi Next 500 are the lowest cost per share, diversified ETFs on the market.
The SoFi 50 and SoFi Gig Economy are a low-cost way to invest in high-growth companies.
The first four SoFi ETFs are designed specifically for ambitious investors with long-term goals for their investments. Unlike other traditional ETFs, SoFi ETFs weigh companies by growth—not just market capitalization. All four ETFs are intelligently diversified and auto-rebalanced, so that faster-growing companies are always in the mix.
Buy a share of the SoFi Select 500 (SFY) and get a piece of the 500 largest publicly traded U.S. companies weighted by growth signals. This ETF is fee-free* for at least the first year and is included in SoFi automated investing portfolios.
Invest in 500 mid-cap U.S. companies weighted by growth signals with the SoFi Next 500 (SFYX). This ETF is included in SoFi automated investing portfolios and will be fee-free* for at least the first year.
The SoFi 50 ETF (SFYF) invests in the top 50 widely held stocks on SoFi Invest. This low-fee (0.29%) ETF is an easy way to get exposure to what members are currently buying.
The SoFi Gig Economy ETF (GIGE) is a low-fee (0.59%) way to invest in the high-growth tech companies you use and love soon after they IPO.
Avoid paying trading fees on SoFi ETFs when you invest for free with SoFi active investing.