I recently saw one of your posts highlighting Vanguard USA’s target date index funds. They all contained a US stock market index, an international stock market index and a bond index split roughly 70%, 20% and 10% respectively. Upon inspection of Vanguard UK’s list of funds, they don’t seem to offer anything like this with the right proportions of each fund. This is quite a shame I think!
I discovered the FTSE Developed World ETF while browsing the UK site. It seems like a good alternative to invest in but I’d like your opinion on it if you would be so kind. I would also look to invest in a UK bond index alongside this ETF long term.
Here’s a link to the ETF: https://www.vanguardinvestor.co.uk/investments/vanguard-ftse-developed-world-ucits-etf-usd-distributing
The ticker is (VEVE.L)
Looking forward to hearing your response!