List of Vanguard ETFs

Vanguard Australia is one of Australia's largest ETF providers, both by number of ETFs and total money invested (called 'funds under management'). Part of the global Vanguard Group Inc, Vanguard's history dates back to the mid-1970s.

Globally, Vanguard has nearly $7 trillion invested in its ETFs and unlisted index funds. It also offers rules-based investment strategies -- Vanguard calls them 'active strategies' but we categorise them as rules-based.

One of the things that makes Vanguard unique in the finance industry globally is that it is investor-owned ("mutual"). The US-based Vanguard Group Inc is, therefore, funded by the very investors it serves.

We believe this unique ownership structure is one of the key reasons why Vanguard has become the global leader in low-cost ETFs and index funds and will continue to be so.

List of Vanguard ETFs

Vanguard (ASX:VACF) ETF. The Vanguard VACF ETF provides exposure to corporate bonds issued by Australia’s largest banks, financial institutions, and property trusts.
Vanguard (ASX:VAE) ETF. The Vanguard VAE ETF provides exposure to a portfolio of companies listed in Asia, excluding Japan, Australia and New Zealand. As the ETF is not hedged, investors are also exposed to currency fluctuations.
Vanguard (ASX:VAF) ETF. The Vanguard VAF ETF provides investors with exposure to a portfolio of Australian Commonwealth Government bonds, state government bonds and bonds from treasury corporations, as well as some investment-grade corporate debt.
Vanguard (ASX:VAP) ETF. The Vanguard VAP ETF provides investors with low-cost exposure to listed Australian property companies and real estate investment trusts (REITs).
Vanguard (ASX:VAS) ETF. The Vanguard VAS ETF provides exposure to the largest 300 Australian shares, based on market capitalisation. This is a low-cost way to access top Australian companies through a single fund.
Vanguard (ASX:VBLD) ETF. The Vanguard VBLD ETF gives investors exposure to a range of infrastructure securities listed in developed markets around the world. This ETF also provides exposure to currency fluctuations as it is unhedged.
Vanguard (ASX:VBND) ETF. The Vanguard VBND ETF provides investors with exposure to government debt and investment-grade corporate debt from developed markets around the world.
Vanguard (ASX:VCF) ETF. The Vanguard VCF ETF provides investors with exposure to high-quality debt securities issued by government-owned and government-guaranteed entities, as well as investment-grade corporate issuers from global markets.
Vanguard (ASX:VDBA) ETF. The Vanguard VDBA ETF provides investors with exposure to a portfolio of other Vanguard funds. This ETF gives investors exposure to multiple asset classes with a single purchase, and is designed to be a diversified portfolio in itself.
Vanguard (ASX:VDCO) ETF. The Vanguard VDCO ETF provides investors with exposure to a portfolio of other Vanguard funds/ETFs. Meaning, it’s an ETF which invests only in other funds/ETFs — in this case, it only invests in funds managed by its own provider, Vanguard. This ETF gives investors exposure to multiple asset classes with a single purchase, and is designed to be a diversified portfolio in itself.
Vanguard (ASX:VDGR) ETF. The Vanguard VDGR ETF provides investors with exposure to a portfolio of other Vanguard funds. This ETF gives investors exposure to multiple asset classes with a single purchase, and is designed to be a diversified portfolio in itself.
Vanguard (ASX:VDHG) ETF. The Vanguard VDHG ETF provides investors with exposure to a portfolio of other Vanguard funds. Meaning, since the VDHG ETF invests in other shares, bond or cash ETFs, it gives you exposure to multiple asset classes with a single investment. In this way, VDHG is designed to be a diversified portfolio by itself.
Vanguard (ASX:VEFI) ETF. The Vanguard VEFI ETF provides investors with exposure to high-quality debt securities issued by governments, government-owned and government-guaranteed entities, and investment-grade corporate issuers from global markets. This ethical ETF excludes issuers with significant business activities in fossil fuels, alcohol, tobacco, gambling, weapons, nuclear power, and adult entertainment.
Vanguard (ASX:VEQ) ETF. The Vanguard VEQ ETF provides investors with exposure to a diversified portfolio of large-cap companies listed in major European markets.
Vanguard (ASX:VESG) ETF. The Vanguard VESG ETF provides investors with exposure to a broad range of companies from developed economies around the world, while excluding companies involved with fossil fuels, alcohol, tobacco, gambling, weapons, nuclear power, and adult entertainment.
Vanguard (ASX:VEU) ETF. The Vanguard VEU ETF exposes investors to many of the largest listed companies from both developed and emerging economies around the world, excluding the US.
Vanguard (ASX:VGAD) ETF. The Vanguard VGAD ETF provides exposure to listed companies from developed markets around the world excluding Australia. This ETF is hedged to Australian dollars to minimise the impact of currency fluctuations.
Vanguard (ASX:VGB) ETF. The Vanguard VGB ETF provides investors with exposure to a portfolio of Australian Commonwealth Government bonds, state government bonds and bonds from treasury corporations.
Vanguard (ASX:VGE) ETF. The Vanguard VGE ETF provides investors with exposure to companies from a broad range of emerging markets, as well as exposure to currency fluctuations as the portfolio is unhedged.
Vanguard (ASX:VGMF) ETF. The Vanguard VGMF Fund is an actively-managed ETF providing investors with exposure to a portfolio of global companies selected using a rules-based, quantitative approach.
Vanguard (ASX:VGS) ETF. The Vanguard VGS ETF provides exposure to listed companies from developed markets around the world, excluding Australia. This ETF is not hedged so it is exposed to currency fluctuations.
Vanguard (ASX:VHY) ETF. The Vanguard VHY ETF provides exposure to the largest dividend-paying Australian shares, based on market capitalisation and forecast dividend yield. It tracks the FTSE Australian High Dividend Yield Index. The index excludes real estate investment trusts (REITs) and caps the total exposure to any sector/industry at 40%.
Vanguard (ASX:VIF) ETF. The Vanguard VIF ETF provides investors with exposure to high-quality securities issued by governments from around the world.
Vanguard (ASX:VISM) ETF. The Vanguard VISM ETF provides investors with exposure to a diversified portfolio of small-cap companies from developed countries around the world, excluding Australia.
Vanguard (ASX:VLC) ETF. The Vanguard VLC ETF provides exposure to the MSCI Australian Shares Large Cap Index. This index is a ‘free float-adjusted market capitalization index’ which provides investors with exposure to the largest companies on the ASX.
Vanguard (ASX:VMIN) ETF. The Vanguard VMIN Fund is an actively-managed ETF which aims to provide lower volatility than the broader global equity market by investing across many markets and industries.
Vanguard (ASX:VSO) ETF. The Vanguard VSO ETF provides exposure to a diversified portfolio of Australian small caps and tracks the MSCI Australian Shares Small Cap Index. This is a low-cost way to access the performance of Australian small-cap shares through a single fund.
Vanguard (ASX:VTS) ETF. The Vanguard VTS ETF provides investors with broad, diversified exposure to the US market. The ETF is not hedged, meaning investors are also exposed to exchange rate fluctuations.
Vanguard (ASX:VVLU) ETF. The Vanguard VVLU Fund is an actively-managed ETF which invests in small, mid and large-cap companies across global equity markets, focusing on companies which have low prices relative to fundamental measures of value.
Vanguard (ASX:VETH) ETF share price analysis.The VETH ETF tracks the FTSE Australia 300 Choice Index and attempts to provide low-cost exposure to Australian shares, with an ethical filtering process to exclude shares of companies from particular industries and those which have demonstrated ‘severe controversies’.

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