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DON'T BUY
A balanced ETF for a retiree's income portfolio Vanguard has a few such as VGRO, which automatically rebalance. They're popular, but he doesn't use them. He didn't like their performance in RRSPs. Invest only a portion of your portfolio into such a rebalancing ETF; that's okay. Instead, look at covered call ETFs he recommends, because you get the dividend tax credit and capital gains on a sale. Plus a 4-6% dividend yield is very attractive considering the tax consequences in a non-registered account.
E.T.F.'s
COMMENT

[Caller wanted a recommendation to invest very long term] HRAA has a component of risk parity in it. It will do well in a liquidity moment. VGRO is also very diversified. Put it away and let it work.

E.T.F.'s
DON'T BUY
When he owned this, it made him no money, because the holdings were constantly being reshuffled.
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TOP PICK
80% stocks and 20% bonds. Perfect for your child. A great way to start investing. US exposure dominates, but it also offers international exposure.
E.T.F.'s
BUY
Invest $200K in only this? Generally not a good strategy, but VGRO is a single-ticket product, meaning it contains a wide, broad mix of equities. It's up only 3.25% this year so far, due to the European exposure. But VGRO is simple and covers the world for you.
E.T.F.'s
DON'T BUY
It had too much weight in Europe and it was doing nothing. Switched out of it a few weeks ago. It's a good product but it's not working in this market.
E.T.F.'s
BUY
Owns a broad array of stocks. A good way to invest in the world, with a growth orientation. Probably not the best for cashflow, but for those wanting broad market exposure, it's great. 41% U.S., 29% Canadian, rest elsewhere.
E.T.F.'s
BUY

A good Vanguard ETF for bonds and stocks? VBAL and VGRO. VBAL is more balacned, and VGRO. Now, be more conservative so choose VBAL, but VGRO is better for growth. They both track North American stocks

E.T.F.'s
BUY
Be patient. You're not buying this for yield. This is 80% stocks and 20% bonds. This will do very well over time. They just started with these growth ETFs, and VGRO is a good one. It's cheap at 20 basis points. VGRO re-balances regularly, too.
E.T.F.'s
COMMENT
It is not a growth style portfolio. Growth means here that this is 80% equities and 20% FI. Look around. There are some others with lower fees. He is not a fan of putting all in a passive portfolio. It is not a buy and forget type of portfolio.
E.T.F.'s
BUY
Good for a passive couch potato strategy? A couch potato strategy is great--a simple asset allocation using ETFs. VGRO is a one-ticket solution, bundling several Vanguard ETFs under a small fee. This holds a 80/20 stock/bond split. Loves this ETF, though more conservative investors may want a 60/40 or 40/60 mix. Compare this to XGRO and ZGRO to find the best fir for you.
E.T.F.'s
DON'T BUY
80% equities + 20% bonds. They rebalance this to maintain 80/20 regularly. MER is 25 basis points, so cheap. His concern is that it's weighted to momentum and growth stocks--how long will these move? Also, competitors like iShares have come out with similar ETFs.
E.T.F.'s
COMMENT
For a self-employed investor, if I keep buying this over and over, should I be concerned about the NAV? Asset allocation is definitely a strategy. VGRO is favouring growth in an aggressive asset mix. If you're a growth investor for the next five years, this is fine. Otherwise, look at XIU; a short-term bond portfolio; a universal bond portfolio; and a Spyder to cover the S&P 500.
E.T.F.'s
COMMENT
Clarifications: growth ETF because of the asset allocation (80% equities / 20% Fixed Income) not because it is invested in Growth oriented companies. Paying a fairly inexpensive MER. One stop shop kind of product
E.T.F.'s
DON'T BUY
This is 80/20 stocks to bonds. We have to remember that stock volatility in stocks is much greater than bonds. If the stock market falls the ETF will follow the market very closely -- .96 correlation or higher – he feels. For a long term investment this may be fine. He would wait.
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Vanguard Growth ETF Portfolio(VGRO-T) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 0

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 1

Total Signals / Votes : 1

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Vanguard Growth ETF Portfolio is a Canadian stock, trading under the symbol VGRO-T on the Toronto Stock Exchange (VGRO-CT). It is usually referred to as TSX:VGRO or VGRO-T

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On 2021-10-22, Vanguard Growth ETF Portfolio (VGRO-T) stock closed at a price of $31.99.