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FYI: (Click On Article Title At Top Of Google Search) A surge of new money into four giant index funds propelled Vanguard Group Inc. to a record 2014, according to new data released Wednesday by research firm Morningstar Inc.
...together they make up my KEYS
And those holdings would be ???
MY main focus 10 yr. figures right thru the 2008 disaster;
VGHCX +13.19 yr. avg
VHCOX +10.65 "
VPCCX +10.56 "
YACKX +10.41 (counted as Vanguard..not.... but my #2holding
VWIAX +7.45 (60% bonds)
VWELX +8.14 (30% bonds)
VHT +11.1 (10 yr)
VYM +15.5 (5 YRS)
10 Managed untouchables for long term, other 20 Mostly stocks could be gone at anytime
These folks manage Vanguard's Primecap funds; though ER at 0.62% and 0.63% are a tad higher than Vanguard's (Vanguards are 0.47%/0.44%) - but still low ER.