Vanguard VCF ETF (ASX:VCF)
The Vanguard VCF ETF provides investors with exposure to high-quality debt securities issues by government-owned and government-guaranteed entities, as well as investment-grade corporate issuers from global markets.
What does the VCF invest in?
VCF predominantly owns investment-grade corporate debt, with the remainder of the portfolio made of debt securities issued by government-owned or government-guaranteed entities. Many of the securities come from US issuers, but this ETF also provides exposure to markets such as Canada, Germany, France, and the UK. The weighted average credit quality of the portfolio is A.
What do investors use VCF for?
The VCF ETF could be used by investors wishing to gain exposure to international credit markets, or those wishing to diversify an existing equity portfolio and create a regular income stream.
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