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VDHG versus DHHF

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A number of investors prefer an all-in-one investment and then adopt a hands off approach.

I am aware of two ETFs which can be suitable for them as per the title of this thread.

The present mix for VDHG is

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Vanguard re-balance the mix periodically.

The mix DHHF is

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The difference is with Vanguard in using wholesale funds. If an investor (especially) in the underlying fund sells, this can cause capital gain issues for all investors. It isn't the case with DHHF as it is using ETFs and an investor selling one of those does not result in a capital gains issue for other holders.

Just something to think about for those who wish to invest in these products.
 
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DHHF should be an interesting one to watch , not only a diversity of fund providers , but drastically reduces the exposure to corporate and sovereign debt , and an increased exposure to growth/capital gains

both pay 3 monthly , but am a bit disappointed in the Vanguard management costs , considering they are all in-house wholesale funds

VDHG

Management Cost 0.27%

DHHF

Management Cos 0.19%
 
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