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VANGUARD INSTITUTIONAL INDEX FUND INSTITUTIONAL SHARES

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r/investingSee Post

Thoughts on 401k allocation? Should I choose Roth or traditional?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

My next steps?

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go all roth in the 401k VINIX - 50% VIMAX - 25% SWSSX - 25% sometime in the future open a traditional IRA with like 500$ just so you have it already if you ever need to do a rollover. like for instance if your work gives you a match, those go in the traditional column even if they're matching on your roth contributions.

I'm 29, make 83K and put 20% plus a 6% company match into only $VINIX. That is my plan till about 55

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Settling on 80% VINIX, 20% SWISX for now. Thank you!

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>VINIX 035% VIMAX .05% SWSSX .04% SWISX .06% Expense is the important part. I'd do VINIX 45%, VIMAX 15%, SWSSX 10% (those 3 approximate a Total Market fund), and SWISX 30% or VINIX 70%, SWISX 30%.

r/investingSee Comment

Absolutely nothing. All in VINIX, steady contributions every paycheck. My account peaked at $158k, currently sitting at $152k after Friday's banger of a day.

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r/investingSee Comment

I just got back into my 401k for VINIX (similar to SPY) after liquidating in early August because I knew the market was overpriced. If if goes down a bit more, no big deal, I still gained about $40 per share in price improvement in 6 weeks time. It's all about the long term.

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r/investingSee Comment

Looking for feedback on allocations in my retirement funds. Wife and I are in late 20s/early 30s grossing roughly 140k/year annually from pension-eligible jobs. Her IRAs are in Vanguard target date funds and my accounts are a DIY mix of broad mutuals to reduce expense ratio drag. Set it up a few years ago and have mostly ignored it except rebalancing maybe once or twice a year. Currently, including her target funds and before rebalancing, we're around 80% stocks, 7% RE, 5-6% bonds and 6-7% cash. If nothing changes we'll rebalance to something like 85% stocks, 6.5% each bonds/RE, and 2% cash. Account types/funds follow, if needed. Account mix is a little convoluted because I don't want to roll my TSP and the 457b has a limited catalog of funds. **Her Roth (about 50% of our portfolio):** 94% VTTSX, 6% cash **Her tIRA (~5%):** 100% VTTSX **My TSP (~8%):** 84% S Fund, 16% F Fund **My 457(b) (~14%):** 49% VINIX, 44% VTSNX, 2% VIEIX, 1% TIREX, 2% cash **My Roth (~13%):** 33% VTSAX, 31% VGSLX, 31% VEMAX, 4% cash **My tIRA (~9%):** 97% VTSAX, 3% cash

r/wallstreetbetsSee Comment

Thanks. It's been interesting to learn about covered call ETFs (I've been doing a lot of reading this afternoon). I'm going to consider moving some of my VINIX to XYLD as I get older.

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r/wallstreetbetsSee Comment

VINIX and VTI make up about 80% of my net worth. It was a rough day...

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r/investingSee Comment

The fund is VINIX which I think is only open to institutions.

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r/investingSee Comment

Thanks! I’m a bit new to all of this. Which ones are intriguing and why? Any recs? I might go mostly VINIX but might explore some other options as well.

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r/investingSee Comment

Damn wish my 401k had these options. If you want to be boring buy VINIX, but there are plenty of intriguing options in here.

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r/investingSee Comment

VINIX is the S&P 500 index

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r/investingSee Comment

VINIX is the S&P 500 index fund.

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r/investingSee Comment

I would do 100% in the VINIX. Vanguard Institutional Index.

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r/investingSee Comment

You have some good options here. Since you are only 30, I’d probably just go 100% index funds. I would just keep it simple and do four Vanguard funds. Here’s a sample ratio that I think would be pretty good: VINIX (large cap): 50% VMCIX (mid): 15% VSMAX (small): 10% VTIAX (international): 25% If you want less volatility, you could add the Vanguard bond fund VFIUX at like 10-35% of your portfolio.

r/investingSee Comment

I have a 401k through T Rowe Price which is primarily the VINIX fund. My employer matches it but am quitting in a couple of months. Can I leave it there and continue investing in it or should I transfer it to my other 401k account with Vanguard? Thnxs.

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r/investingSee Comment

I have a similar question. I have a 401k through T Rowe Price which is primarily the VINIX fund. My employer matches it but am quitting in a couple of months. Can I leave there and continue investing in it or should I transfer it to my other 401k account with Vanguard? Thnxs.

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r/investingSee Comment

Is there a good site that can compare a current management account to what a vanguard fund would yield over the last few years? I’m looking for something that I can say, if I put 10k in a fund such as a VTSAX or VINIX in 2015 what would it be now after fees and other market movements. Then compare that number to my current fund to determine if there’s much of a difference. Thanks in advance!

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r/wallstreetbetsSee Comment

VINIX all the way

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r/stocksSee Comment

Distributions were paid out today on VINIX and VIIIX among other Vanguard funds. You would have the same $ amount in the account at the end of the day.

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r/investingSee Comment

I have 15% of my 457b in VBTIX as well, and I have been asking myself the exact same question. The other two funds I have (VINIX and VMCIX) absolutely destroy the bond index every year. I keep looking for a reason not to abandon the bind index and I haven't found one yet

r/stocksSee Comment

Anyone notice a tracking error with [VINIX](https://investor.vanguard.com/mutual-funds/profile/VINIX) (Vanguard Institutional Index Fund Institutional Shares). It's just tracks the S&P500. The S&P500 was up 0.14% today but VINIX shows down 2.73%. In the last 5 trading days S&P500 is up, definitely not down anywhere close to 2%+.

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r/StockMarketSee Comment

total market and S&P examples VTI, FZROX, VINIX, VIGIX,

r/investingSee Comment

VSMAX is solid, I also have VIMAX and VINIX in the 401k.