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  1. 11 de jul. de 2023 · How to balance your portfolio using Wellington and Wellesley Income. A simple way to build a portfolio holding 50% in stocks and 50% in bonds is to own equal measures of Wellington (VWELX) and Wellesley Income (VWINX). In doing so, you combine two of the best balanced funds while avoiding the pitfalls of “collecting” funds.

  2. 19 de jul. de 2010 · Wellington and Wellesley are both great funds with an awesome track record, but for a two-fund investment plan personally I would be more comfortable with a 50% - 50% split between Global Equity VHGEX and Intermediate Treasury VFITX.

  3. 6 de jun. de 2019 · A 50/50 investment in Wellington + the Vanguard S&P 500 fund came in 2 nd, with the Wellesley fund coming in 3 rd. A 50/50 investment in Wellesley + the S&P 500 fund also did well,...

  4. 14 de ago. de 2023 · A 50/50 combination of Wellington and Wellesley Income results in an overall target allocation of 50% equities, 50% bonds, which should fall squarely into the comfort zone of many retirees. Over the past 15 years, that combination had a compound average growth rate of 7.4%, 32% higher than the average of their two categories.

  5. 23 de ago. de 2021 · Vanguard has a series of funds that are suited for retirees, including the Wellesley Income Fund Investors Shares, Wellesley Income Admiral Fund, Equity Income Fund Investor Shares, and...

  6. 20 de fev. de 2021 · Wellesley & Wellington are Two of the Oldest Balanced Funds. Vanguard Wellington was the nation’s first balanced mutual fund. The Wellington fund has an inception date of July 1, 1929. Vanguard Wellesley has also been around for decades. With an inception date of July 1, 1970, Wellesley is over 50-years old.