Vanguard Emerging Markets Government Bond ETF Fund (VWOB): Investment Ad

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Find Vanguard Emerging Markets Government Bond ETF (VWOB) review. This exchange traded fund invests in debts issued by emerging markets governments.

Vanguard Bond ETF

Vanguard Group has introduced variety of index ETFs for investors. One of the new index exchange traded funds is Vanguard Emerging Markets Government Bond ETF (VWOB). This index bond fund uses its assets to purchase emerging markets government bonds. The emerging markets countries include China, Brazil, India, Russia, South Africa, Indonesia, Philippines, etc.

Vanguard also provides an ad for this bond ETF. You can buy this fixed income fund through your brokerage for your investment account or retirement account. Find this index bond fund review below.
VWOB 
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Round out your clients’ portfolios. 
Are you Vanguarding your clients’ portfolios? 
Giving your clients the exposure that comes with investing in international fixed income just got a little easier. VWOB ETF specializes in emerging markets government bonds and has an expense ratio that’s 36% lower than the industry average*, making it the lowest in its category. So wherever your clients’ goals take them, there’s an International Bond ETF that can help them get there. 
Extend your clients’ reach at advisors.vanguard.com/VWOBETF today.
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All investing is subject to risk, including the possible loss of the money you invest. The Emerging Markets Government Bond ETF is subject to the risk that an issuer will fail to make payments on time, and that bond prices will decline because of rising interest rates or negative perceptions of an issuer’s ability to make payments...

Vanguard Fund Review

This Vanguard Emerging Markets Government Bond Index ETF (VWOB) has just been introduced to public in May 2013. It has total net assets of $120.75 million. The annual expense ratio is 0.35%. The fund is currently traded at premium 0.85% from its NAV. The fund seeks to track the performance of Barclays USD Emerging Markets Government RIC Capped Index.

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Since the fund is new, it has no rating from Morningstar yet. The YTD return is -0.38%. The average maturity is 10.0 years and the average duration is 6.3 years. The top region allocation as of December 2013 is Emerging Markets (85.80%).

If you are a mutual fund’s investor, you can choose the index mutual fund from Vanguard.
  • Vanguard Emerging Markets Government Bond Index Fund Investor Shares (VGOVX)
  • Vanguard Emerging Markets Government Bond Index Fund Admiral Shares (VGAVX)

Last word

  • Vanguard is well known with its index mutual funds. While risk is higher with this Vanguard Emerging Markets Government Bond Index ETF (VWOB), you can diversify your portfolio by investing internationally.
  • Expense ratio is relatively low compare to other Emerging Markets Government Bond ETFs.
Additional Information

The ETF seeks to track the performance of an index that measures the investment return of dollar-dominated bonds issued by governments of emerging market countries (including government agencies and government-owned corporations).

This Vanguard Emerging Markets Government Bond ETF is subject to risks including country/regional risk, which is the chance that political upheaval, financial troubles, or natural disasters will adversely affect the value of securities issued by foreign governments, and emerging market risk, which is the chance that bonds the governments located in emerging markets will be substantially more volatile and substantially less liquid than the bonds of governments located in more developed foreign markets.

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