Most of Lazy Portfolios can be replicated with a very simple set of ETFs.

Simplicity is often the key to success. If you want to be a good investor, it's not necessary to find out which will be the future trends or the niches where to invest in.

It's often enough to cover the most important asset classes / sectors, and search for decorrelated assets.

In the following tables, the most famous ETFs that replicated the most common asset classes.

The main ETF issuers represented here are: Vanguard, iShares, SPDR, Fidelity and Schwab.

US Stocks

Vanguard iShares SPDR Fidelity Schwab
Total Stock Market VTI ITOT SPTM FZROX SCHB
Large Cap Blend VOO IVV SPY FNILX SCHX
Large Cap Value VTV IVE SPYV FLCOX SCHV
Large Cap Growth VUG IVW SPYG FSPGX SCHG
Mid Cap Blend VO IJH MDY FSMDX SCHM
Mid Cap Value VOE IJJ MDYV FIMVX
Mid Cap Growth VOT IJK MDYG FMDGX
Small Cap Blend VB IJR SLY FSSNX SCHA
Small Cap Value VBR IJS SLYV FISVX
Small Cap Growth VBK IJT SLYG FECGX
Reit VNQ IYR RWR FSRNX SCHH

Developed Countries Stocks

Vanguard iShares SPDR Fidelity Schwab
Total Stock Market VEA IEFA SPDW FSPSX SCHF
Large Cap Blend EFA
Large Cap Value VTRIX EFV
Large Cap Growth EFG
Mid Cap Blend
Mid Cap Value
Mid Cap Growth
Small Cap Blend VSS SCZ GWX SCHC
Small Cap Value
Small Cap Growth

Emerging Markets Stocks

Vanguard iShares SPDR Fidelity Schwab
Total Stock Market VWO IEMG SPEM FPADX SCHE

US Bonds

Vanguard iShares SPDR Fidelity Schwab
Long Term VGLT TLT SPTL FNBGX
Intermediate VGIT IEI SPTI FUAMX SCHR
Short Term VGSH SHY SPTS FUMBX SCHO
Cash (Tbills) SHV BIL

Commodities

Vanguard iShares SPDR Fidelity Schwab
Commodities GSG
Gold IAU GLD

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