Vanguard Long-Term Bond Index Fund ETF Shares company info

What does Vanguard Long-Term Bond Index Fund ETF Shares do?
Vanguard Long-Term Corporate Bond Index Fund ETF Shares (NASDAQ:VCLT) specializes in investing in high-quality, fixed-income securities. The fund's primary objective is to track the performance of a market-weighted corporate bond index with a long-term dollar-weighted average maturity. By focusing on corporate bonds, it aims to provide investors with a steady stream of income, albeit with potential exposure to credit and interest rate risks. Its projects and operations revolve around managing a diversified portfolio of bonds to mitigate risk while aiming for sustainable long-term returns. The fund is a choice for those seeking exposure to the corporate bond market with the efficiency and flexibility of an exchange-traded fund (ETF).
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Company Snapshot

Is Vanguard Long-Term Bond Index Fund ETF Shares a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does Vanguard Long-Term Bond Index Fund ETF Shares employ?

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Employees
25,254

What sector is Vanguard Long-Term Bond Index Fund ETF Shares in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for Vanguard Long-Term Bond Index Fund ETF Shares?

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Head Office
Malvern, United States

What year was Vanguard Long-Term Bond Index Fund ETF Shares founded?

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Year Founded
2009
What does Vanguard Long-Term Bond Index Fund ETF Shares specialise in?
/Corporate Bonds /Long-Term Investment /Diversification /Risk Tolerance /Income Generation /Index Tracking

What are the products and/or services of Vanguard Long-Term Bond Index Fund ETF Shares?

Overview of Vanguard Long-Term Bond Index Fund ETF Shares offerings
Investment in high-quality, long-term corporate bonds aiming for high income potential.
Diversification across various sectors and industries to reduce risk and enhance return.
Automatic reinvestment of dividends to compound investment growth.
Provision of low-cost exposure to the long-term corporate bond market for investors.
Usage of indexing strategy to track the performance of a benchmark index representing the long-term, investment-grade U.S. corporate bond market.
Offering of liquidity and trading flexibility through ETF shares that can be bought and sold throughout the trading day.