Vanguard ESG Global All Cap UCITS ETF (Dist) - V3AM - Share chat


Been 3 months…lets add this in addition to the SPACs

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Keeping fingers crossed for good news on this fairly soon :crossed_fingers:t3::crossed_fingers:t3::crossed_fingers:t3::crossed_fingers:t3::crossed_fingers:t3::crossed_fingers:t3::crossed_fingers:t3::crossed_fingers:t3::crossed_fingers:t3::crossed_fingers:t3:



I cannot WAIT for this stock to be added! :sailboat:

You could be waiting a very long time. This one was going to be added ASAP back in November.

5099 Global All Cap ESG stocks in this banger :crossed_fingers:t3::crossed_fingers:t3::+1:t3::+1:t3:

Bump :earth_asia:

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Just check that everyone has filled out this form for V3AM?


I filled it but still they are keep adding more SPACs instead of this bad boy!


5564 stocks.

$47 million total assets.

$47M is just one share class. There is both distributing and accumulation share classes.

$115M is the total assets.

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Looks like this is the week :partying_face:

I am looking for more ETF’s to invest in. There does seem to be a fair bit of overlap between this one and some of the other Vanguard ETF’s, what is main attraction to this one?

Each Vanguard ETF is usually different from each other. You can check prospectus, check which index it tracks, and then look up methodology explanation for it on like FTSE website.

Vanguard has VWRL etf that tracks all world / all cap equities as an index.

This ETF tracks Select version of that index, meaning it is all world / all cap equities, but screen to remove carbon / tabacco / alcohol / vices / gambling / gas / oil / guns / etc. Aka screened for ESG.

Different types of exclusions that are screened appeal to different people. For me this is the cheapest way to invest into a global tracker that excludes tabacco & oil.


I guess the main appeal of this is that it’s perhaps the simplest option for a portfolio, you could use this to create a one-fund equities portfolio and it would give you:

  • Global diversification
  • Diversification across large/medium/small market caps
  • A low(ish) cost of 0.24%
  • Reasonable ESG handling - it avoids some of areas of biggest concern (fossil fuels, tobacco, gambling, guns etc…)

VWRL doesn’t include small cap


@Richard V3AM is coming very soon …

I hope your planning a party! You’ve had long enough to wait :joy:

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I’m absolutely delighted :blush:
I’m over the moon with the progress Freetrade is making with everything also.
I’ve just celebrated with a Starbucks Macchiato which incidentally cost me more than 1 share of V3AM currently :coffee:


Would be nice to add this to my VWRP holding.