VNQI - (Vanguard Global ex-U.S. Real Estate ETF)

VNQIのニュース

   Going International in Search of REIT Investments  2019/12/30 15:53:48 ETF Trends
The real estate sector and the related ETFs are usually viewed as heavily domestic investments, but the real estate sector is massive outside the U.S. and investors can access that opportunity set with ETFs such as the Vanguard Global ex-U.S. Real Estate ETF (NASDAQ: VNQI). The Vanguard fund tracks the S&P Global ex-U.S. Property Index. […] The post Going International in Search of REIT Investments appeared first on ETF Trends .
   Going International in Search of REIT Investments | ETF Trends  2019/12/30 15:53:48 ETF Trends
The real estate sector and the related ETFs are usually viewed as heavily domestic investments, but the real estate sector is massive outside the U.S. and investors can access that opportunity set with ETFs such as the Vanguard Global ex-U.S. Real Estate ETF (NASDAQ: VNQI). The Vanguard fund tracks the S&P Global ex-U.S. Property Index.…
   This ETF Shows There's Merit in International Real Estate  2019/12/30 14:12:19 Benzinga Feeds
Investors looking to add some spice and international diversity to U.S.-heavy real estate exposure have some exchange traded funds to consider with the Vanguard Global ex-U.S. Real Estate ETF (NASDAQ: VNQI ) being one of the best of the bunch. What Happened With analysts mostly tepid on domestic real estate equities heading into 2020, VNQI, which follows the S&P Global ex-U.S. Property Index, could be a solid idea for investors looking to refresh income-oriented sectors in their portfolios. Plus, like nearly all Vanguard ETFs, VNQI is one of the least expensive funds in its category. It charges 0.12% per year, or $12 on a $10,000 investment. “It also has a durable edge over peers in the form of its lowest-in-class expense ratio,” Morningstar said in a recent note . “That said, the fact that its benchmark omits U.S. securities and includes emerging-markets … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Home Sales Not Yet Benefiting From Plunging Mortgage Rates  2019/05/26 21:57:36 Seeking Alpha
   The 3-Asset Class Portfolio: Stocks, Bonds, And REITs (DI Series #1)  2019/05/20 16:37:26 Seeking Alpha
   Going International in Search of REIT Investments  2019/12/30 15:53:48 ETF Trends
The real estate sector and the related ETFs are usually viewed as heavily domestic investments, but the real estate sector is massive outside the U.S. and investors can access that opportunity set with ETFs such as the Vanguard Global ex-U.S. Real Estate ETF (NASDAQ: VNQI). The Vanguard fund tracks the S&P Global ex-U.S. Property Index. […] The post Going International in Search of REIT Investments appeared first on ETF Trends .
   Going International in Search of REIT Investments | ETF Trends  2019/12/30 15:53:48 ETF Trends
The real estate sector and the related ETFs are usually viewed as heavily domestic investments, but the real estate sector is massive outside the U.S. and investors can access that opportunity set with ETFs such as the Vanguard Global ex-U.S. Real Estate ETF (NASDAQ: VNQI). The Vanguard fund tracks the S&P Global ex-U.S. Property Index.…
   This ETF Shows There's Merit in International Real Estate  2019/12/30 14:12:19 Benzinga Feeds
Investors looking to add some spice and international diversity to U.S.-heavy real estate exposure have some exchange traded funds to consider with the Vanguard Global ex-U.S. Real Estate ETF (NASDAQ: VNQI ) being one of the best of the bunch. What Happened With analysts mostly tepid on domestic real estate equities heading into 2020, VNQI, which follows the S&P Global ex-U.S. Property Index, could be a solid idea for investors looking to refresh income-oriented sectors in their portfolios. Plus, like nearly all Vanguard ETFs, VNQI is one of the least expensive funds in its category. It charges 0.12% per year, or $12 on a $10,000 investment. “It also has a durable edge over peers in the form of its lowest-in-class expense ratio,” Morningstar said in a recent note . “That said, the fact that its benchmark omits U.S. securities and includes emerging-markets … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Home Sales Not Yet Benefiting From Plunging Mortgage Rates  2019/05/26 21:57:36 Seeking Alpha
   The 3-Asset Class Portfolio: Stocks, Bonds, And REITs (DI Series #1)  2019/05/20 16:37:26 Seeking Alpha
   Going International in Search of REIT Investments  2019/12/30 15:53:48 ETF Trends
The real estate sector and the related ETFs are usually viewed as heavily domestic investments, but the real estate sector is massive outside the U.S. and investors can access that opportunity set with ETFs such as the Vanguard Global ex-U.S. Real Estate ETF (NASDAQ: VNQI). The Vanguard fund tracks the S&P Global ex-U.S. Property Index. […] The post Going International in Search of REIT Investments appeared first on ETF Trends .
   Going International in Search of REIT Investments | ETF Trends  2019/12/30 15:53:48 ETF Trends
The real estate sector and the related ETFs are usually viewed as heavily domestic investments, but the real estate sector is massive outside the U.S. and investors can access that opportunity set with ETFs such as the Vanguard Global ex-U.S. Real Estate ETF (NASDAQ: VNQI). The Vanguard fund tracks the S&P Global ex-U.S. Property Index.…
   This ETF Shows There's Merit in International Real Estate  2019/12/30 14:12:19 Benzinga Feeds
Investors looking to add some spice and international diversity to U.S.-heavy real estate exposure have some exchange traded funds to consider with the Vanguard Global ex-U.S. Real Estate ETF (NASDAQ: VNQI ) being one of the best of the bunch. What Happened With analysts mostly tepid on domestic real estate equities heading into 2020, VNQI, which follows the S&P Global ex-U.S. Property Index, could be a solid idea for investors looking to refresh income-oriented sectors in their portfolios. Plus, like nearly all Vanguard ETFs, VNQI is one of the least expensive funds in its category. It charges 0.12% per year, or $12 on a $10,000 investment. “It also has a durable edge over peers in the form of its lowest-in-class expense ratio,” Morningstar said in a recent note . “That said, the fact that its benchmark omits U.S. securities and includes emerging-markets … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Home Sales Not Yet Benefiting From Plunging Mortgage Rates  2019/05/26 21:57:36 Seeking Alpha
   The 3-Asset Class Portfolio: Stocks, Bonds, And REITs (DI Series #1)  2019/05/20 16:37:26 Seeking Alpha

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