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Vanguard FTSE Emerging Markets Index Fund ETF Shares (VWO)

NYSEArca - NYSEArca Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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49.66-0.79 (-1.57%)
At close: 04:00PM EST
49.45 -0.21 (-0.42%)
After hours: 07:59PM EST
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    Owen
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    Bullish
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    Nexy
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    nyra
    I worry about China stocks in this ETF.It can drop beyond last year’s price.Any one knows how much it was when market crashed?
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    ALF Tanner
    Distribution today of $0.478 or 1.0%
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    Jane
    IFN, The India Fund (Aberdeen), may be of interest to those considering emerging markets.
    10% discount, 10% dividend, P.E. 2.89 (!). Mark Mobius, formerly of Franklin Templeton, sees a 50-year market rally in India. Short bear markets to be expected. This might be a good core, long term holding.
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    pupu0495
    china is a deflation story. watch vemax continue its deflation path.
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    Jane
    Those considering emerging markets might find IFN, The India Fund (Aberdeen), of interest.
    10% discount, 10% distribution. Mark Mobius, formerly of Franklin-Templeton indicates that
    he sees a 50- year rally in India markets. Google it. IFN's holders, per Yahoo, are interesting.
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    Robert
    Great outlook on this ETF. 2.2x book ratio, 12% earnings growth rate, 11 PE, massive growth opportunity... hard to go wrong. Long-term winner.
    Bullish
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    Ryan
    EM should outperform US equities for the next decade at least. US equities are currently overvalued and Chinese equities in particular have a much more favorable PE ratios.
    Bullish
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    Joe2
    Why has this fund done so poorly over the past 13 years? Up about 20% including dividends? How is that possible?
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    Followup
    Looks like VWO is identical to VEMAX mutual fund - the same % sector holding, top 10 holding, net assets, etc, except the NAV unit value and expense ratio.

    However, today VWO is down 2.48% while VEMAX is only down 1.97%. Any hint why the difference of the % changes?
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    JWM
    Does anyone know when that the stimulus with the size of 40% of Chinese GDP will pass? If that Chinese Stimulus passes, this new injection of funds will create a huge bubble in the Chinese indices. This ETF does not reflect that as of now. Time to load up!
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    jsbk11
    Moody's latest report for this week indicates that Emerging Markets are going to have a tough time generating revenues for the rest of the year due to Covid 19. This applies to both oil generating and oil consuming nations.
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    eastriverbridge
    Morgan Stanley expects emerging market equities to outperform their global peers in the next 10 years, with a return of 9.6 per cent per annum By comparison, Morgan Stanley expects the S&P 500 to return 4.9 per cent per annum, MSCI Europe to see a 6.3 per cent nominal return per annum and Japanese equities' return at 6.1 per cent per annum during this period.
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    AJ
    Why is VWO dropping in the aftermarket hours?
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    Deplorable
    China will be first to bounce back
    Good ETF very heavy weighted in China
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    David
    As much as what China is doing is scary, they are still VERY pro-business - especially tech. They will stop at nothing to dominate tech. For that reason I would suggest averaging way down on this and waiting until the panic selling subsides. You'll see Tencent/Alibaba etc. continuing to do well.
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    Jared
    Markets going up 5% tomorrow:

    CANCEL ALL SELL ORDERS FOR TOMORROW MORNING

    #BRK-B #AMD #RVLV #VGLT #VWO #ARKK #AMZN #TSLA #AAPL #CIBR #NVTA #MAIN #VYM #KR #TXRH #SPXL #
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    paul
    Hedge against dollar devaluation?
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