Dividend Appreciation ETF Vanguard (VIG)
$109.89 3.14 (2.94%)
20:00 EDT VIG Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $109.89
Market Cap 29.81B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 2.02M
Day's Range 106.64 - 110.40
52-Week Range 87.71 - 130.91
Dividend & Yield 2.01 (1.83%)
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Low-cost ETFs make for great mutual fund substitutes. Here are three great ETFs to buy instead of their actively managed cousins.
Vanguard funds are spread across multiple asset classes, including domestic and international equities, various fixed income segments, real estate and some factor-based strategies. So when it comes to Vanguard funds, there is usually something for nearly every type of investor.
Investors love cheaper funds, but there are plenty of examples of where low-fee ETFs are not the best options.
Get quality exposure by investing in these dividend growth ETFs and fight trade war and inflation concerns. Compare Brokers....
With approximately 80 ETFs in its house, Vanguard has plenty of funds for conservative buy-and-hold investors to consider, spanning both equities and fixed income. Consider some of the following Vanguard ETFs for your buy-and-hold portfolio.
As yields rise, investors may find dividend growing stocks and ETFs as safer bets. Compare Brokers...
Vanguard ETFs are a go-to selection for retirement investments.
By Jeff Reeves
If you're looking for the best cheap funds to buy for 2018, these nine low-cost options will provide a fully diversified portfolio at little cost to you.
Whether you want yield growth or just straight yields, this list of the best ETFs for income seekers can help you narrow your choices.
Why look to single stocks to satisfy your need for yield, when you can invest in these dividend ETFs and get exposure to plenty of names?
Dividend-focused products offer safety in the form of payouts and stability in the form of mature companies that are less volatile to the large swings in stock...
Frugal dividend investors do not need to fret. There are plenty of cheap dividend ETFs on the market. These funds have lower fees to attract more assets.
From Market News Video
Investors in Vanguard Dividend Appreciation ETF (VIG) saw new options begin trading this week, for the November 20th expiration. One of the key inputs that goes into the price an option buyer is willing to pay, is the time value, so with 238 days until expiration the newly trading contracts represent a possible opportunity for sellers of puts or calls to achieve a higher premium than would be available for the contracts with a closer expiration..