Vanguard Mega Cap Index Fund ETF Shares company info

What does Vanguard Mega Cap Index Fund ETF Shares do?
Vanguard Mega Cap Index Fund ETF Shares (NYSE:MGC) tracks the performance of the CRSP US Mega Cap Index, which measures the investment return of the largest-capitalization stocks in the U.S. equity market. Its operations focus on investing in a diversified portfolio of stocks to replicate the index's performance, providing investors with broad exposure to the largest U.S. companies. The ETF aims to offer high potential for investment growth, making it suitable for long-term portfolios. The objective of Vanguard Mega Cap Index Fund ETF Shares is to closely match the index's performance by investing in stocks that represent the fund's target segment, ensuring investors receive a comprehensive representation of the U.S. mega-cap space.
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Company Snapshot

Is Vanguard Mega Cap Index Fund ETF Shares a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does Vanguard Mega Cap Index Fund ETF Shares employ?

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Employees
25,481

What sector is Vanguard Mega Cap Index Fund ETF Shares in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for Vanguard Mega Cap Index Fund ETF Shares?

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Head Office
Malvern, United States

What year was Vanguard Mega Cap Index Fund ETF Shares founded?

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Year Founded
2007
What does Vanguard Mega Cap Index Fund ETF Shares specialise in?
/Investment Management /Asset Allocation /Diversified Portfolio /Equity Investing /Index Fund /Exchange-Traded Fund

What are the products and/or services of Vanguard Mega Cap Index Fund ETF Shares?

Overview of Vanguard Mega Cap Index Fund ETF Shares offerings
Tracks performance of the CRSP US Mega Cap Index, mirroring large-cap equity market.
Offers diversified exposure to some of the largest U.S. companies.
Seeks to provide a convenient way to match the overall performance of the mega-cap segment.
Utilizes a passively managed, full-replication strategy to manage the fund's portfolio.
Offers potential for investment income through dividends from its holdings.
Provides a low expense ratio, making it a cost-effective option for investors.