110,884 5.40 Don's Rollover IRA: Vanguard Interm Inv Grade VFIDX 30,479 1.48 Don's Rollover IRA: Vanguard GNMA VFIIX 9,597 0.47 Don's Rollover IRA: Vanguard Infl Prot Sec VIPSX 37,545 1.83 Don's 401(k): JPMorgan
progress. Buckets breakdown and current holdings: IRA Bucket 1 - 125,540 (Distribution Start Date July/2017) Cash 47,190 VFIIX 13,500 VWINX 30,150 DODIX 15,000 FPACX 19,700 IRA Bucket 2 - 153,359 Cash 80,417 VBTLX 13,600 VWINX 18,240 BERIX
explained that my new 60/40 portfolio's bond allocation was mainly designed to mitigate volatility, using Vanguard's VFIIX -GNMA at 30% allocation, as the core holding. It's implied U.S. Government backing, along with its steady historical
This is what I have now. Don't ask me why. It was a stab in the dark - some of this, some of that. VBTLX $84470 39% VFIIX 35279 17% PONDX 27928 13% VBIRX 30126 14% FNMIX 21065 10% STHTX 14500 7% Also $37644 in VWINX. <!-- BODY,DIV
question regarding whether it is better to sell and buy a fund or exchange it, mostly for tax purposes. I currently have a Vanguard GNMA fund in a taxable account. I want to sell that fund and buy the Vanguard inter term tax exempt fund, again all withing
A PTTAX 6.92 PIMCO Total Return A VBMFX 4.90 Vanguard Total Bond Market Index Inv VFIJX 4.47 Vanguard GNMA Adm VFIIX 4.36 Vanguard GNMA Inv DODIX 7.85 Dodge & Cox Income VBTLX 5.05 Vanguard Total Bond Market Index Adm VTBIX 4.91
MM 14.1% Wellesley Income-VWINX 13.2 Berwyn Income-BERIX 17.5 Vanguard S/T Corp Bond-VCSH 9.8 Vang. GNMA- VFIIX 7.8 Dreyfus Intl. Bond-DIBRX 5.9 Harbor Bond-HABDX 9.5 PIMCO Real Return-PRRIX 10.7 PIMCO Total Return-PTTRX
STIP -1.75 iShares S&P GSCI Commo... GSG -1.83 PIMCO Total Return Adm... PTRAX -2.17 VG GNMA Inv... VFIIX -2.23 VG Total Bond Market I... VBMFX -2.26 VG High-Yield Tax-Exem... VWAHX -3.22 TRP US Treasury Interm
Assuming Ginnie Maes mark a trend, the inexorable decline in bond fund income may finally be reversing. Both VFIIX and FGMNX had their highest payouts of the year and up 15% from Q3. We'll see if junk bonds and corprates follow suit. . .
going to continue to reduce prices? I notice past week, or so, pricesd seem to be going up. Any comments please, so I switch my IRA out of low paying MM account and put into Vanguard GNMA or another Vanguard fund with higher interest rate.