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Vanguard Total Intl Stock Idx Fund(VXUS)
Summary & Charts
|Price||$ 51.37||-0.69 (-1.33%)|
|Day's Range||$ 51.24 - 51.71|
|Previous Close||$ 52.06|
|Market Cap||$ N/A|
|Short Interest %||N/A||As of Fri, 14 Jan 2022|
|Avg. Volume (20 day)||3.61M|
|Rel. Volume (20 day)||1.11|
|Rel. Volume (3 month)||0.69|
|Date||Open||High||Low||Close||Change||Volume||R. Vol. (20d)||R. Vol. (3m)||Mentions|
|Dec 19, 2022||$ 51.71||$ 51.71||$ 51.24||$ 51.37||-0.69||3,989,898||1.11||0.69||9|
|Dec 16, 2022||$ 52.15||$ 52.34||$ 51.88||$ 52.06||-0.29||3,589,753||1.01||0.62||8|
|Dec 15, 2022||$ 53.07||$ 53.10||$ 52.20||$ 52.35||-1.28||4,274,351||1.20||0.74||6|
|Dec 14, 2022||$ 53.72||$ 54.05||$ 53.29||$ 53.63||-0.07||4,006,620||1.12||0.69|
|Dec 13, 2022||$ 54.49||$ 54.50||$ 53.56||$ 53.70||+0.63||3,629,806||1.00||0.63||3|
|Dec 12, 2022||$ 52.92||$ 53.07||$ 52.73||$ 53.07||+0.04||4,744,915||1.28||0.81||4|
|Dec 09, 2022||$ 53.19||$ 53.46||$ 53.01||$ 53.03||-0.08||3,216,664||0.86||0.54||3|
|Dec 08, 2022||$ 52.88||$ 53.18||$ 52.78||$ 53.11||+0.38||3,201,468||0.82||0.54||5|
|Dec 07, 2022||$ 52.72||$ 52.96||$ 52.57||$ 52.73||-0.12||3,219,426||0.81||0.54|
|Dec 06, 2022||$ 53.17||$ 53.26||$ 52.65||$ 52.85||-0.24||5,205,866||1.27||0.88|
|Dec 05, 2022||$ 53.73||$ 53.79||$ 52.96||$ 53.09||-0.74||4,105,571||1.00||0.70||4|
|Dec 02, 2022||$ 53.33||$ 53.99||$ 53.28||$ 53.83||+0.05||3,278,339||0.78||0.56||5|
|Dec 01, 2022||$ 53.91||$ 54.05||$ 53.54||$ 53.78||+0.28||3,770,083||0.86||0.64||3|
|Nov 30, 2022||$ 52.98||$ 53.67||$ 52.55||$ 53.50||+1.06||4,962,188||1.06||0.83||1|
|Nov 29, 2022||$ 52.40||$ 52.68||$ 52.29||$ 52.44||+0.41||2,997,158||0.64||0.50|
|Nov 28, 2022||$ 52.29||$ 52.66||$ 52.00||$ 52.03||-0.59||4,587,991||0.94||0.76||1|
|Nov 25, 2022||$ 52.53||$ 52.72||$ 52.47||$ 52.62||+0.12||1,578,029||0.32||0.26||1|
|Nov 23, 2022||$ 52.02||$ 52.53||$ 52.02||$ 52.50||+0.28||3,692,007||0.70||0.60||2|
|Nov 22, 2022||$ 52.02||$ 52.34||$ 52.02||$ 52.22||+0.86||572,015||0.11||0.09||1|
|Nov 21, 2022||$ 51.33||$ 51.42||$ 51.10||$ 51.36||-0.43||3,561,254||0.63||0.57||1|
The latest news about Vanguard Total Intl Stock Idx Fund (VXUS).
These are the top discussions over the last 24-hours that mention the VXUS stock ticker symbol.
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I’ve got a brokerage account with RobinHood with VTI and VXUS etf index funds and a Roth IRA with Vanguard also with VTI and VXUS. I was planning on selling some my index funds in my brokerage account... Read More
I'm 33 and about to make my first purchase in my roth IRA and was going to go with a Schwab 2060 target date index fund, which is also what's in my 401k. I've seen post made about this before, and I ... Read More
- (5 points) I had some in my 401K. It performed poorly for years. I looked more deeply into it last year and decided that I don't want that much ex-US and don't want any ex-US bonds. I am more comfortable with VTI, VXUS, and some individual US bonds, not bond funds. That would be easy to do in an IRA. I had to do a rollover out of my 401K to a broker. That was not too hard since I am retired. I would not advocate for flitting between the shiny things from last year all the time. You are likely to only catch them on the reversion to the mean on the down trend.
- (4 points) What you're basically seeing is that the US has had a great era of outperformance. That won't continue forever. In fact, prices already show that there's a big premium on US companies. The P/E ratio (stock price compared to profits) for the SP500 is about 20 right now. For the VXUS international index, it's 12. That means just to break even between US and international stocks, the US stocks already have to grow their profits substantially faster than international companies. So when you say that you expect the "US to always lead", that is already largely built into the current prices. Also, I disagree that there's any certainty that the US will "always lead". Think back 50 years. People might have said, "it's pretty obvious the US and the USSR (Russia) will always be the world's most powerful economies." Well, that's been half true so far, and half *very wrong*. Current projections show China GDP surpassing the US before 2030. That's a big piece of the world economy that you neglect by being US-centric. Even as recently as late 2021 people came to this sub reddit and said things like, "it's obvious that technology is going to drive the economy of the future, so I'm going all-in on ARKK". ARKK is now down 67% since January, having lost two thirds of its value. Suffice to say, you need to get over your notion to chase past returns. Over history, at times the US outperforms and at times the international stocks outperform. By going all US you increase your risk, especially by doing so at a time when the US has just had a decade-long hot streak. Nobody can predict which segment will outperform in the future, but we can certainly say that you take on more risk with no additional expected average return by putting all your eggs in one basket.
- (2 points) How about VTI/VXUS/BND with 70/25/5 split? Probably much lower ER than the TDF
Unusual Option Activity
Option contracts that are trading at a significantly higher volume relative to the contract's open interest. These might provide some insight into what "smart money" is doing with large volume orders.
|Type||Strike||Exp Date||DTE||Bid||Ask||Last||Volume||Open Interest||Vol/OI||IV|
|PUT||$ 46.00||04/20/23||138||$ 0.50||$ 0.90||$ 0.75||140||10||14.00||0.29%|
Failures to Deliver
Each point represents the aggregate net balance of shares that failed to be delivered as of a particular settlement date.
Please note that fails-to-deliver can occur for a number of reasons on both long and short sales. Therefore, fails-to-deliver are not necessarily the result of short selling, nor evidence of abusive “naked” short selling. For more information on short selling and fails-to-deliver, see Key Points About Regulation SHO, Division of Market Regulation, and Final Rule: Short Sales.