The Vanguard Funds Comparisons List provides a quick, easy, and simple comparison tool to compare mutual fund portfolios.
Vanguard funds can be considered investment vehicles that track the performance of the underlying funds, but the comparison can be done from multiple perspectives.
The list provides an easy way to compare funds to other mutual funds that track different industries, including technology, consumer staples, and health care.
The most common asset classes in the Vanguard Fund Comparison List are defined in the Investment Grade category, which refers to the value of the investment at the end of the month.
Vanguard does not track the market value of these investments, which is the same as the investment grade, or the average annual return, which can vary significantly across the fund.
Investors should check out the full Vanguard Funds comparison list for a more in-depth look at the portfolio.