SPLG vs. SPY are two large Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) created by the SPDR State Street Global Advisors. This firm is the fourth largest asset manager globally, with about $4 trillion worth of assets under its management.
SPY or SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust is another SPDR asset by State Street Global Advisors. This asset is an ETF that contains securities of some of the leading companies that make up the Fortune 500 S&P Index.
SPLG top 10 holdings represent 29.93% of total assets:
Asset / PercentageApple Inc. 6.76%Microsoft Corp. 6.33%Amazon.com Inc. 3.86%Alphabet Inc. Class A 2.23%Tesla Inc. 2.14%Alphabet Inc. Class C 2.10%NVIDIA Corp. 2.03%Meta Platforms Inc. Class A 1.93%Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Class B 1.33%JPMorgan Chase & Co. 1.22%
SPLG and SPY both track the S&P 500. But this is where both assets part ways.SPY has been around for a more extended period and had assets worth $374.03 billion under its management, while SPLG has assets worth $10.72 billion.