We have seen some good sized inflows into VXF (Vanguard Extended Market, Expense Ratio 0.08%, $5.8 billion in AUM), which falls within the “Multi-Cap” space as one might surmise given the fund’s title.
Today we cover substantial redemption pressure that has been present in an ETF that is not necessarily a mainstream name, but still has considerable assets under management at times and is issued by one of the largest sponsors.
NYSEARCA:VXF, NYSEARCA:WXSP, NYSEARCA:PRFZ
Vanguard CEO Bill McNabb discusses the company’s new ETF and index fund offerings with MoneyWatch’s Eric Schurenberg. Eric touches on what investment vehicle, traditional funds
Vanguard is expanding its index fund family, introducing new funds with ETF Shares to provide investors with additional low-cost stock and bond choices. The new ETFs will be available commission-free to Vanguard Brokerage clients. See the preliminary breakdown of each ETF below
Finding the next Apple or Microsoft is like looking for a needle in a haystack. And even though most people will never find either, none of it keeps them from trying. Take for example, America’s mutual fund managers. They’re charged with the responsibility of discovering tomorrow’s blue chip stocks. Yet, according to Standard & Poor’s […]