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Home Bias in the Vanguard Asset Allocation ETFs

August 20th, 2019|17 Comments

I recently received this next question from a blog reader, but I’ve been asked the same thing countless times over the past five years. This is not surprising, since foreign stocks have outperformed Canadian stocks by over 6% each year for the past little while. Jean-Francois: Why does Vanguard have a 30% weighting to Canadian stocks in its asset a

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Home Bias in the Vanguard Asset Allocation ETFs

August 20th, 2019|17 Comments

I recently received this next question from a blog reader, but I’ve been asked the same thing countless times over the past five years. This is not surprising, since foreign stocks have outperformed Canadian stocks by over 6% each year for the past little while. Jean-Francois: Why does Vanguard have a 30% weighting to Canadian stocks in its asset a

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