Vanguard (ASX:VETH) ETF

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’.

VETH ETF review

ASX: VETH share price and fees

ASX ticker code: VETH
Yearly fee (MER): 0.17%
FUM: $340.29 million
Monthly spread: 0.10%

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Range: 1 mth | 3 mths | 6 mths | 1 yr | 2 yrs | 5 yrs | 10 yrs

ETF share prices are updated using end of day data from the ASX. FUM, fee and spread data is updated monthly, with a delay. Refer to the ETF’s PDS and the ASX website for up-to-date information.

Data Last Updated: December 2021

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What does the VETH ASX ETF invest in?

The VETH ETF invests in Australian shares but will exclude shares of companies which do a “significant” amount of business involving fossil fuels, nuclear power, weapons, alcohol and tobacco, gambling, weapons, adult entertainment, as well as those with a record of ‘severe controversies’. The ETF also adds a diversification component which means it won’t invest 5% more or less than the ‘non-ethical’ version of the FTSE Australia 300 Index. In our opinion, this diversification filter attempts to ensure the VETH closely resembles a ‘normal’ or ‘non-ethical’ version of an Australian shares index ETF.

What do investors use the VETH ETF for?

Investors could use the VETH ETF to get exposure to Australian shares, in a similar way to the Vanguard Australian Shares ETF (ASX: VAF), but with an ethical ‘overlay’ or ‘screen’ to avoid certain companies which might exhibit ‘unethical’ or ‘unsustainable’ tendendancies.

How to buy the VETH ETF

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VETH PDS

The Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) explains the fees, tax status and some of the risks.

VETH literature

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VETH holdings

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ASX: VETH’s dividend 2021

VETH dividend yield

Last 12m yield: 2.72%

When does VETH pay a dividend?

VETH dividend reinvestment plan (DRP)

Warnings we apply to the VETH ETF

VETH tax domicile

VETH ETF registry

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Sector information is recorded based on the last 12-month returns to December 2021. Refer to the Issuer’s website, speak to your financial adviser and always the fund’s Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) before choosing an ETF for its dividend yield, past returns or fees. Past performance can be a poor indicator of future performance. 

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ASX: VETH technical analysis

The Best ETFs technical analysis chart pack shows the 12-month share price movements, Stochastic bands and traded volume (for both up and down days). This chart uses end-of-day data, so it’s for illustrative purposes only.

VETH ETF performance

This chart shows the return of VETH shares up to a maximum of one year (12 months). Data in this chart is based on end-of-day pricing and NOT including dividends/distributions. Past performance is not indicative of future performance.

*The warnings on this page are applied by our ETF research team. Please know that these warnings are based on quantitative metrics and our internal methodology. These risks are not exhaustive and therefore they should not be relied upon. Always read the PDS of the function and speak to your financial adviser before acting on this information.

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