VCIT vs. VFICX

This is a comparison between VCIT and VFICX. The table below summarizes the key parameters for these two funds across several dimensions: return, expense ratio, net assets, segment and tax-cost ratio.

VCIT VFICX
Security Type ETF Mutual fund
Segment Fixed Income: U.S. - Corporate Investment Grade Intermediate Taxable Fixed Income: Corporate Bond
Net Assets $18.89B $2.47B
Expense Ratio 0.07% 0.20%
Management Style passive (index-based) active
Minimum Investment N/A $3,000
YTD Return -3.05% -2.63%
1-Year Return -1.35% -0.83%
3-Year Return 2.61% 1.52%
5-Year Return 3.55% 1.90%
10-Year Return 0.00% N/A
1-Year Tax Cost Ratio 1.40% 1.51%
VCIT description

The Fund seeks to track the performance of a market-weighted corporate bond index with an intermediate-term dollar-weighted average maturity. The Fund employs a "passive management - or indexing - investment approach designed to track the performance of the Barclays Capital U.S. 5-10 Year Corporate Bond Index.

VCIT returns
YTD Return -3.05%
1-Month Return -0.17%
3-Month Return -0.66%
1-Year Return -1.35%
3-Year Return 2.61%
5-Year Return 3.55%
10-Year Return 0.00%
VCIT expense ratio is 0.07%
VCIT holdings

Top 10 Holdings (0.29% of Total Assets)

Name Symbol % Assets
Anheuser Busch Inbev Fin 3.65% N/A 0.29%
VFICX description

The Fund seeks to provide a high level of income consistent with the maintenance of principal and liquidity by investing primarily in investment grade corporate bonds with expected average maturities of 5-10 years.

VFICX returns
YTD Return -2.63%
1-Month Return -0.80%
3-Month Return -1.45%
1-Year Return -0.83%
3-Year Return 1.52%
5-Year Return 1.90%
10-Year Return N/A
VFICX expense ratio is 0.2%
VFICX holdings

Top 10 Holdings (0.50% of Total Assets)

Name Symbol % Assets
US Treasury Note N/A 0.5%
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