- The new fund, which is scheduled to launch in early 2015, will offer investors low-cost exposure to money market securities and high-quality short-term bonds* with an average estimated duration of one year.
- However, the fund should not be viewed as an alternative to money market funds, which seek to offer a stable $1 net asset value.
- Unlike a money market fund, Vanguard Ultra-Short-Term Bond Fund will have a fluctuating net asset value and subject you to principal risk.
- Expense ratio as of 02/10/2015 is 0.20%
- SEC yield as of 02/13/2015 is 0.00% (yes, ZERO!) It just started Friday so it may have to buy some bonds and subtract the management fee before it can calculate a higher yield.
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