Vanguard is the largest publicly traded American stock index fund and is one of the most popular index funds for investors, with more than $2 trillion under management.
But the fund is also struggling.
Vanguard has been struggling for years with a massive funding gap, a massive underperformance, and a steep drop in the price of its flagship fund, Vanguard Star.
Vanguard Star, a star index fund that invests in U.S. technology stocks, has been a hit with investors, but it has been hit harder this year.
The fund’s performance is down by as much as 15% in the last year, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
Vanguard Star was founded in the 1960s and is considered the benchmark for the index fund.
It focuses on technology companies with a low-fee component and a higher yield than the traditional U..
S.-based index fund Vanguard.
But Vanguard Star has struggled to gain traction.
The stock index index fund has fallen more than 8% since it launched in 2012.
A large part of the underperformance of Vanguard Star is the fund’s focus on tech stocks.
It invests in technology stocks such as Microsoft Corp., Google Inc., and Cisco Systems Inc. Its technology stocks have seen their prices plunge nearly 70% since 2012, according a Bloomberg analysis.
Vanguard’s technology fund has been trading below Vanguard Star for years.
“Vanguard’s investment strategy is not suited to tech stocks,” said Steve Pomerantz, an investment analyst at Morningstar.
Vanguard is trying to get into technology, he said, but the fund has struggled with the low-yield component.
“The market is not happy about this.”
Votas tech fund has seen some gains over the last few years, with the fund rising to $10.5 billion by late-2016.
It has seen a slight increase in performance from the $9.5 to $9,000 range in the past three years, according the Bloomberg analysis, though the fund still has a large funding gap.
Votas fund has lost nearly $1.7 billion in total value since 2011.
The fund’s stock portfolio has fallen by about a third since the fund was founded, to about $3.2 billion, according data compiled last year by Bloomberg and Bloomberg LP.
It also has lost about $900 million in value in the first two quarters of this year, a big drop for a fund that was previously one of Vanguard’s most successful funds.
While Vanguard Star’s performance has been solid, it has struggled recently with low interest rates and a lack of growth in technology and biotech stocks.
The firm’s stock has dropped by about 30% from the first quarter of this years to the second quarter, according Bloomberg data.
Vowels, the fund also has seen its performance fall in recent years.
The funds portfolio has lost roughly 20% of its value since its inception in 2012, Bloomberg data shows.
Vodafone is one such company that has been affected by the fund, which invests in the telecoms, data and telecommunications sectors.
Voda, which owns mobile and voice business voice and data services, has seen profits shrink by more than 50% since 2010, according in Bloomberg data, and has seen the stock fall more than 70% in value.
VODA, the country’s largest telecoms company, has had problems with low rates and the company’s revenues.
The company is losing money and has been suffering as a result.
Vodo, a unit of Vodacom, is the third-largest telecoms operator in the world, with revenues of $4.5 trillion, according Vodax data.