Global Ex-US Real Estate Vanguard (VNQI)
$48.40 0.21 (0.43%)
18:04 EDT VNQI Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $48.40
Market Cap 4.76B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 649,740
Day's Range 48.15 - 48.62
52-Week Range 35.51 - 61.73
Dividend & Yield 2.93 (6.06%)
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These Vanguard funds check a lot of boxes for income-starved, risk-averse investors looking for action in a volatile market.
One sector investors may want to get globally acquainted with is real estate, particularly at a time when U.S. real estate equities and real estate ETFs (exchange traded funds) are scuffling, as the Federal Reserve hikes interest rates.
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