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The Vanguard Value Index Fund Admiral Shares and the Vanguard Small-Cap Value Index Fund Admiral Shares each have a year-to-date return of 22.76%.
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gkaplan wrote:The Vanguard Value Index Fund Admiral Shares and the Vanguard Small-Cap Value Index Fund Admiral Shares each have a year-to-date return of 22.76%.
I have them both but don't know what this can mean. I'm assuming that it is positive as I am such a positive Boglehead.
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Looks like the small cap index has now taken the lead.
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If you don't slice things quite as finely, then you'll see that owning VG's extended market index has given a slightly greater return YTD.
No "value premium" within this size category YTD.
But there is a "small size" premium, since VFINX (S&P500) is +19.91% YTD.
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