Vanguard Target Retirement 2050 Fund Accumulation Shares

Vanguard Target Retirement 2050 Fund Accumulation Shares
Vanguard Investments UK, Limited
Open Ended Investment Company
Mixed Investment 40-85% Shares
0.24 %
Risk Rating
3 Year Sharpe
1.4 %
Vanguard Target Retirement 2050 Com
The Fund’s investment objective is to achieve capital growth and, consistent with a gradually changing asset allocation, income returns for investors planning to retire in or within approximately five years after 2050.
Holding %
Vanguard FTSE Dev Wld ex UK Eq Idx Acc 19.01 %
Vanguard US Equity Index Acc 17.56 %
Vanguard FTSE U.K. All Shr Idx UT Acc 15.12 %
Vanguard Global Bond Index GBPH Acc 14.15 %
Vanguard Emerg Mkts Stk Idx GBP Acc 6.69 %
Vanguard FTSE Dev Eurp ex UK Eq Idx Acc 5.94 %
Vanguard FTSE North America UCITS ETF 5.76 %
Vanguard FTSE 100 UCITS ETF 4.87 %
Vanguard UK Govt Bd Idx GBP Acc 3.68 %
Vanguard Japan Stock Index GBP Acc 3.27 %
Region %
United States 45.28 %
United Kingdom 23.05 %
Eurozone 7.92 %
Japan 6.34 %
Sector %
Financial Services 18.22 %
Technology 12.38 %
Healthcare 11.76 %
Industrials 10.95 %
Consumer Cyclical 9.89 %
Consumer Defensive 9.61 %
Communication Services 8.58 %
Energy 6.71 %
Basic materials 5.38 %
Vanguard Investments UK, Limited
EC4N 8AF, London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company


Not Disclosed
Joined 12/17/2015

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