Which stocks are in the top 50 for investors looking to boost their portfolios?

Vanguard’s Energy fund is a standout in the group, boasting a 21.5% return and a total return of 19.9% over the last year.

The fund has also done well in the recent downturn, and the index fund has grown more than 20% in the last month alone.

The S&P 500 is a far cry from the S&p 500, which has fallen nearly 40% since the beginning of the year.

Vanguard’s search fund, however, is another favorite, with a 10.7% return over the past year and a 12.6% return in the past month.

Investors should be wary of the S/bk funds, however.

While the fund has an 11.2% return, it has seen its overall return decline from 17.5%, to 10.5%.

The Vanguard-sponsored S&m Fund is another strong pick, with an 11% return.

It has risen to a high of 12.3% this year, but is currently down to 11.4% on a year-over-year basis.

The SPG Fund is a strong contender in the long-term space, with returns of 14.5%; however, the fund is down over 13% since its inception.

While some stocks are making an appearance in the S-and-P-500, there are still plenty of other funds to choose from.

The top 10 most valuable index funds have a combined value of over $8.5 trillion, according to FactSet.

That’s almost double the amount invested in the entire S&am Group.

The Vanguard and S&amps S&op Funds, the Vanguard/SPG fund and the SPG/Vanguard fund all boast strong returns, which is why you should pick these funds up if you want to grow your portfolio.