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Turn to Vanguard for all your investment needs

It's easier to focus on your goals when you have your entire portfolio in one place.

Why consolidating with Vanguard Brokerage makes sense


Manage mutual funds from Vanguard and other companies in a Vanguard Brokerage Account. Get one set of statements and tax forms. Call just one company when you need help.

Competitive fees

We offer thousands of mutual funds that have no transaction fees, and our rates are competitive for funds with transaction fees—regardless of your order size.*

Exceptional service

Experience the same high-quality service from our licensed investment professionals that you currently enjoy with your Vanguard mutual fund investments.

Our investment professionals work for you, not for commissions. That means you'll always be able to invest your way—without any sales hype.

Easy ways to do business

Buy and sell your way—online or by phone. Research and evaluate your mutual fund choices by using our online investment tools.

Call us to set up automatic investments so you can take advantage of dollar-cost averaging.

Use our search tools to find mutual funds from other companies

Use this tool if you know a fund's name or ticker symbol.

Use this tool to see what funds are available by fund company.

Open or transfer accounts

Have mutual funds somewhere else?

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Vanguard mutual funds can lower your investing costs

Our low-cost, no-load funds can help you get the most for your money, diversify your investments, and reduce your investing risks.

Find out what sets Vanguard ETFs® apart

Enjoy some of the lowest costs in the industry, commission-free trades through Vanguard Brokerage,* and fund management expertise when you invest in our ETFs.


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Dollar-cost averaging

Buying a fixed dollar amount of a particular investment on a regular schedule, regardless of the share price. You buy more shares when prices are low and fewer shares when prices rise. By doing so, you can avoid the risk of investing a lump-sum amount when prices are at their peak.