TSE:VBAL

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COMMENT
A 60-40 portfolio. They are theoretically designed to provide a 7% total return. He would recommend investors to look at portfolio returns as a whole. Capital gains is also a component of an investment strategy.
E.T.F.'s
BUY
Nothing wrong with a balanced ETF, a nice stock/bond mix. A balanced ETF makes a good core holding.
E.T.F.'s
BUY
Long-term TFSA hold? Yet another multi-asset ETF. Balanced portfolio 60/40 made of other low costs Vanguard funds. Really great for what it is. You can set it and forget it. Good product if you are a long term investor and want one single holding in your TFSA. You can go with VGRO if you want more growth or VCNS for conservative. There are similar products from iShares, BMO and Horizons. Can't comment for the tax-efficiency he would recommend going to a tax expert.
E.T.F.'s
BUY
Good if you want something simple and DIY with little money. This gives you diversity globally. It's rebalanced each quarter. One stop shopping.
E.T.F.'s
BUY
A balanced ETF. This includes bonds. If you're around 50 and planning retirement, there's nothing wrong with holding a lot of stocks, but a core holding should be balanced like this one. Weight your equities depending on how agressive you feel you want to be at a given point and time.
E.T.F.'s
BUY

A good Vanguard ETF for bonds and stocks in a balanced portfolio? 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
COMMENT
The stated MER includes the MERs of the funds held by the ETF. There is no double dipping. BMo came out with a competing ETF called ZBAL-T, at 18 basis points and with a little bit less exposure to Canada. You have to know your products.
E.T.F.'s
BUY

VGRO-T vs. VBAL-T vs. VCNS-T. Would the three be enough for a retirement portfolio? VGRO-T is 80% equity, 20% bonds; VBAL-T is 60% equity, 40% bonds; and VCNS-T is 40% equity, 60% bonds. Don't hold them together. They hold the same thing at different proportions and equate to VBAL-T if all held equally. Move between them as market conditions dictate.

E.T.F.'s
COMMENT

VGRO-T vs. VBAL-T vs. VCNS-T. They are the total solution portfolios. If you hold all of them your blended portfolio is the same as VBAL-T, (60/40). VCNS-T gives you much more protection from the equity markets. VGRO-T is for when you don't need protection.

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DON'T BUY

For a static asset allocation this is a great solution. Not what he subscribes to. Risk changes over time. Not good if you think that markets aren’t efficient. He thinks they are not.

E.T.F.'s
BUY

About 60% equities, 40% fixed income. Good conservative growth portfolio.

E.T.F.'s
BUY

Combines 7 different ETFs. He loves what they have come out with. 22 basis points and better than robo-advising. His only problem is that these are way too overweight in Canada.

E.T.F.'s
TOP PICK

A conservative one. 60% equity, 40% bonds. For smaller accounts, RESPs. At 22 basis points of cost makes it competitive compared to robo-advisors.

E.T.F.'s
BUY

He likes what they are trying to do with these new products. This is the traditional 60/40 balance. It has 22 basis points’ cost. For a passive investor he would give it a thumbs up.

E.T.F.'s
COMMENT

Low, excellent MER. Best to put this into a TFSA, RRSP or LIRA for $40-100K. Would rather own a bank stock for 10 years than a 5-year bond. Go with an ETF that has less exposure to bonds and more in equities.

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Vanguard Balanced ETF Portfolio(VBAL-T) Rating

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