Intl Div Appreciation ETF Vanguard (VIGI)
$79.06 0.70 (0.89%)
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Market Cap 1.05B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 71,300
Day's Range 78.65 - 79.06
52-Week Range 50.55 - 79.06
Dividend & Yield 1.17 (1.48%)
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If you like low cost funds and diversification, here are seven Vanguard ETFs to buy
With more than 80 funds available, Vanguard ETFs can be a powerful portfolio tool. Here are 3 ETFs that deserve a spot in your investments.
Several ETFs track indices known as 'dividend aristocrats' indices. These funds emphasize dividend growth, not yield, and they're not perfect ...
Another retirement planning certainty is that Vanguard funds, be it ETFs or index funds, are great cornerstones of retirement portfolios because many of these funds offer diversification at attractive price points.
Yield-hungry investors, look no further -- here are 7 of the best funds to buy to scratch that dividend itch.
There are risks to excluding international dividend stocks from income-generating portfolios, particularly in 2018 when markets outside the U.S., both developed and emerging, are expected to post higher dividend growth rates than U.S. stocks.
Dividend ETFs provide a strong level of diversification while also providing the ability to trade in real time.
Some Vanguard income ETFs are well-established with lengthy track records. Others are newer. All have something to offer yield-seekers.
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.
These dividend growth stocks represent an attractive way for income investors to augment their portfolios at a low cost.
These ex-U.S. offerings include funds tracking international stocks and international bonds. These Vanguard ETFs can help juice your yield.
Although they might seem risky, not all new ETFs should be avoided. These three ETFs are the best new ETFs from 2016.