Vanguard FTSE Developed ex-NA ETF

VDU-T

Analysis and Opinions about VDU-T

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BUY
BUY
September 23, 2015

This is basically ex-Canada and the US. It’s Europe, Asia and the Far East and all developed markets. It is good from that standpoint. This is a good time to buy.

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This is basically ex-Canada and the US. It’s Europe, Asia and the Far East and all developed markets. It is good from that standpoint. This is a good time to buy.

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March 17, 2015

(A Top Pick Feb 25/14. Up 12.55%.) This has done fairly well. Double digit is a healthy return by any reasonable standard. Most of the gains here came in the last 2-3 months.

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(A Top Pick Feb 25/14. Up 12.55%.) This has done fairly well. Double digit is a healthy return by any reasonable standard. Most of the gains here came in the last 2-3 months.

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December 18, 2014

(A Top Pick Dec 31/13. Up 3.15%.) Most of this is Europe, which has had a difficult year. Most people have too much money in Canada. Going forward, he thinks Europe will do better than Canada, because of Canada’s large exposure to energy.

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(A Top Pick Dec 31/13. Up 3.15%.) Most of this is Europe, which has had a difficult year. Most people have too much money in Canada. Going forward, he thinks Europe will do better than Canada, because of Canada’s large exposure to energy.

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N/A
November 10, 2014

Developed market ETF. The variance year to year is all about the currency.

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Developed market ETF. The variance year to year is all about the currency.

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November 5, 2014

(A Top Pick Nov 4/13. Up 7.54%.) This deals with ex-North America, but in developed markets. This is the one that he is the least keen on. Canadians have too much money in Canada and are ridiculously overweight in home and country bias

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(A Top Pick Nov 4/13. Up 7.54%.) This deals with ex-North America, but in developed markets. This is the one that he is the least keen on. Canadians have too much money in Canada and are ridiculously overweight in home and country bias

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September 2, 2014

(A Top Pick Sept 9/13. Up 17.41%.) Mostly Western Europe, but also has some Australian and Japan, etc.

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(A Top Pick Sept 9/13. Up 17.41%.) Mostly Western Europe, but also has some Australian and Japan, etc.

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February 25, 2014

Developed markets outside of North America. Some emerging markets as well as developed markets. The US market is not really global diversification.

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Developed markets outside of North America. Some emerging markets as well as developed markets. The US market is not really global diversification.

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December 31, 2013

X-North America. Europe mostly, but also Australia, Japan. Hundreds of names. Low cost. Hundreds of names.

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X-North America. Europe mostly, but also Australia, Japan. Hundreds of names. Low cost. Hundreds of names.

BUY
BUY
November 4, 2013

Moving from MSCI to FTSE is not an issue for him. No matter which bench mark provider they use, it comes down to the cost of licensing it.

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Moving from MSCI to FTSE is not an issue for him. No matter which bench mark provider they use, it comes down to the cost of licensing it.

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TOP PICK
November 4, 2013

Europe and a little bit of Australia and Japan. Many hundreds of stocks. 28 basis points cost.

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Europe and a little bit of Australia and Japan. Many hundreds of stocks. 28 basis points cost.

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September 9, 2013

About half the world’s stock market capitalization in Canada and the US and the other half is the rest of the world, mostly Europe. Most people have too much money in Canada and if they have any diversification at all, it is in the US. New product and he doesn’t own any yet.

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About half the world’s stock market capitalization in Canada and the US and the other half is the rest of the world, mostly Europe. Most people have too much money in Canada and if they have any diversification at all, it is in the US. New product and he doesn’t own any yet.

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