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Vanguard Bond ETFs: a growth story

Vanguard introduced exchange-traded funds to bond investors in 2007 when they added an ETF share class to four bond index funds. In 2008 they added an extended maturity treasury fund consisting of zero coupon bonds. 590 more words


Vanguard International ETFs: a growth story

Vanguard has an extensive selection of international index exchange-traded funds (ETFs). The firm has added ETF share classes to a number of its long standing international funds (Europe, Pacific, Emerging Markets, Developed Markets, and Total International). 501 more words


Vanguard US ETFs: a growth story

Vanguard introduced its first exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in 2001. As the first quarter of 2017 nears completion Vanguard has amassed 670 billion dollars in ETF assets, becoming the second largest ETF provider in the United States. 788 more words


Stock Investing: Picking your first Brokerage

A request came in from a reader (Hi Ted!) to learn more about how to start investing in his early twenties. In my first blog post, we learnt that… 1,065 more words


Exchange-traded fund AUM in 2016

Exchange-traded funds (ETFs)  continued a long-term trend of asset growth in 2016. As most ETFs are passively managed, this growth has made a considerable contribution to the influx of investor assets into passively managed index funds over the past few years. 169 more words

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Baby Steps For Young Investors: Mutual Funds and ETFs

Starting out as an investor can be overwhelming to say the least and can sometimes almost feel surreal. A majority of people simply store whatever money they have for retirement in a 401k and they neglect to save in different areas to optimize their dividends and capital gains. 543 more words

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