Vanguard VAF ETF (ASX:VAF)
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.
What does the VAF invest in?
VAF invests in a range of Australian government and corporate debt. Around half of the portfolio consists of treasury securities, and the other half is made up of government-related and corporate debt. The weighted average credit quality of the portfolio is AA+.
What do investors use VAF for?
The VAF ETF could be used by investors when building out the core of a diversified investment portfolio. It may also be used by investors seeking a regular income stream from relatively safe assets, or those looking to diversify from equities.
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