Tom Rampulla explains how Vanguard’s low-cost, active factor ETFs represent an innovation to reflect client goals through factor exposure.
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Even successful active managers have frequent periods of underperformance. Patience, and perhaps passives, can help capture the upside.
Do ETFs cause market volatility? Vanguard’s Fran Kinniry says the assertion is an alternative “fact”.
We’ve introduced Vanguard’s Risk Speedometers, providing a nuanced picture of how investors are responding to developments in the market.
Are there too many ETFs? Are they too niche in nature? We’ve seen it all before with mutual funds.
Three exchanges agree with an industry-issued call to harmonize trading-resumption rules. With the din of the August 24, 2015, volatility event still echoing with investors, the move strikes a welcome chord.
We launched a different way of investing on August 31, 1976. We take pride, and credit, in knowing that our once-derided experiment has evolved to be the default investment approach for many.