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.
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VDHG share price and fees
This chart shows the five-year performance of the chosen ETF to key asset classes of Aussie shares (VAS), US shares (IVV) and global bonds (VIF). You can use this chart to visualise how the ETF responds to different market environments. You can get our reports on ASX: VAS, ASX: IVV & ASX: VIF. The chart compares price return only.
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What does the VDHG ASX ETF invest in?
The VDHG ETF invests in a range of other wholesale and retail Vanguard funds, giving investors exposure to both equities and fixed interest securities with a single purchase. This high growth ETF has an aggressive target weighting of 90% growth assets and 10% income assets.
What do investors use the VDHG ETF for?
The VDHG ETF might be used by investors who are wanting a simple way to establish a diversified portfolio with an aggressive weighting towards growth assets. This ETF may suit investors with a high risk tolerance, a long investment time-frame, and a focus on capital growth over income. Vanguard offers a range of other diversified ETFs, including a balanced ETF (VDBA).
How to buy the VDHG ETF
Did you know: You can invest in any ASX-listed ETF for $6.50 (or less)?
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ASX: VDHG technical analysis
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