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VCLT

VCLT

Vanguard Long-Term Corporate Bd ETF
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107.63
-0.69
-0.63%
Opening 11:58 09/23 EDT
OPEN
108.32
PREV CLOSE
108.31
HIGH
108.37
LOW
107.55
VOLUME
115.73K
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
113.29
52 WEEK LOW
78.18
TOTAL ASSET
5.21B
YTD YIELD
10.70%
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Vanguard LT Corporate Bond ETF: Search For Better Yields
The Vanguard Long-Term Corporate Bond ETF has crossed my radar as a source of higher monthly cash payments in a zero-rate environment.Today, I look at some of the main reasons why an income-seeking investors may want to buy (or avoid) shares of VCLT.In the specific case of those looking for better yields without giving up too much portfolio quality, VCLT may be worth consideration.
Seekingalpha · 1d ago
The Japanification Of The United States Is Complete
"Japanification" is the process of other countries' economies becoming like that of Japan: flatlined, with little to no growth or inflation and interest rates stuck at zero indefinitely. Because of the Monetary Death Spiral process that I've described elsewhere, many countries around the world are undergoing the process of Japanification. With interest rates now stuck at zero for the long haul and the Fed focused on employment above all else, the US has now completed the process. I go through nine economic metrics to show how the United States is walking down the path of Japan.
Seekingalpha · 1d ago
The Real Problem Behind The $26.8 Trillion U.S. National Debt
Ample economic research has shown that excessive debt, above a certain threshold of GDP, begins to drag down economic growth. US national debt is now well above that threshold. But ballooning debt, in itself, is not the fundamental issue. It is the result of the core problem. In the coming decades, the US economy will be asked to do the impossible: grow faster even while the government extracts more of its resources. There are no easy solutions. There are only painful trade-offs.
Seekingalpha · 09/14 17:14
A Cyclical Rotation In Corporate Credit
The sudden stop to markets induced by COVID-19 caused a substantial repricing of credit risk globally, and central banks, treasuries, and ministries of finance around the world responded unequivocally.As central banks eased liquidity concerns and governments alleviated solvency risks through a massive fiscal response, credit spreads tightened rapidly within more defensive sectors.The focus now is on the economic cycle, as basic industries, capital goods, energy, and other cyclical sectors in both developed and emerging markets are still trading at spreads wide to historical levels, particularly in the lower-quality segments of the market.
Seekingalpha · 09/09 10:38
Changing Credit Views Amid Volatility
We downgrade investment grade credit to neutral and increase our overweight in high yield as we see volatility rising after a rally in risk assets.Negotiations over a new U.S. fiscal package looked to have stalled. We still expect a sizable package, but risks of a no-deal outcome are growing.Markets will focus on the European Central Bank’s updated projections and any policy implications. The traditional U.S. election campaign season kicks off.
Seekingalpha · 09/09 06:30
Bond Shorts Burned After Tech Selloff Reignites Treasury Rally
Newly minted bond bears got a harsh lesson in market timing on Tuesday as a precipitous drop in technology shares sent investors in search of havens.
Bloomberg · 09/08 18:53
Blue-Chip ETFs Hold Up During Massive Selloff in Tech Shares
As the brutal technology rout deepens, exchange-traded fund investors are placing bets on value.
Bloomberg · 09/08 15:28
Investors Buying the Dip Pour Billions Into Two Nasdaq Funds
Bloomberg · 09/08 12:27
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Ratings
08/31/2020
3 Year
Morningstar
08/31/2020
5 Year
Morningstar
08/31/2020
10 Year
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Return
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1-Month
-1.8938%
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3-Month
6.9747%
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6-Month
3.2029%
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1-Year
10.6973%
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3-Year
9.6610%
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5-Year
9.4618%
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10-Year
7.8796%
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Since Inception
8.3579%
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Profile
Fund Name
Vanguard Long-Term Corporate Bd ETF
Risk
Low risk
Inception Date
2009-11-19
Benchmark
Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Credit TR
Advisor Company
Vanguard Investments Australia Ltd
Custodian
J. P. Morgan Chase Bank
Manager
Joshua C. Barrickman