BND vs. BIV
Here you can quickly compare and contrast key facts about the Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF (BND) and the Vanguard Intermediate-Term Bond ETF (BIV). BND launched on Apr 3, 2007 and BIV on Apr 3, 2007. BND has a 0.03% expense ratio, which is lower than BIV's 0.04% expense ratio.
Scroll down to visually compare performance, riskiness, drawdowns, and other indicators and decide which one is better suits your portfolio: BND or BIV.
|5Y Return (Ann)||0.99%||1.45%|
|10Y Return (Ann)||1.53%||1.98%|
|Daily Std Dev||6.39%||6.85%|
BND vs. BIV - Performance Comparison
The chart shows the growth of $10,000 invested in BND and BIV. Since Jan 5, 2010, BND has shown a total return of 37.29%, lower than BIV's total return of 53.69%. BND's current dividend yield is 2.27%, less than BIV's 3.39% yield. All prices are adjusted for splits and dividends.
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BND vs. BIV - Drawdown Comparison
The maximum BND drawdown for the period was -14.96%, roughly equal to the maximum BIV drawdown of -15.37%. The drawdown chart below compares losses from any high point along the way for BND and BIV
BND vs. BIV - Volatility Comparison
The volatility of BND is currently 10.58%, which is lower than the volatility of BIV at 11.40%. The chart below compares the 10-day rolling volatility of BND and BIV.