Vanguard REIT ETF: List of Factors for Choosing Between Admiral Shares and ETF
“Vanguard REIT Funds: Admiral Shares or ETF” (http://remonsy.com/
1. Scientific Asset Allocation Models
2. Low cost ETF funds
3. Tax-efficient investing
4. Opportunistic portfolio rebalancing
5. Market timing doesn’t work
After both Vanguard REIT ETF and Admiral Shares are described, a winner is chosen for each section of Remonsy 5 Factor Investing. For instance, in the category of “Low cost ETF funds”, the Vanguard REIT Admiral Shares was chosen as the winner. This is the case because, according to the article, there is no requirement to pay the bid/ask spread while purchasing the Admiral Shares.
Do-it-yourself investors who have considered buying either the Vanguard REIT Admiral Shares (VGSLX) or the Vanguard REIT ETF (VNQ) should read this article to determine which is a better investment for their portfolios. To see the complete comparison between Vanguard REIT ETF and Vanguard REIT Admiral Shares, visit the Remonsy ETF Network: http://remonsy.com/
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Tom Vaughan began his financial advisory career in 1987 at a Wall Street-based firm. At the age of 23 he founded Retirement Capital Strategies, a money management firm. He started Remonsy ETF Network to share his 26 years of investment expertise with do-it-yourself ETF investors. Vaughan has created over 6,000 financial plans, and has worked with more than $300 million under management.
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