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Vanguard Reopens PRIMECAP and PRIMECAP Core Funds

Investment management giant Vanguard announced the reopening of two actively managed large-cap stock funds, the PRIMECAP Fund (Investor: VPMCX; Admiral: VPMAX) and the PRIMECAP Core Fund (Investor: VPCCX), effective immediately. This move follows a period of closure for new investments in both funds, with existing investors subject to limitations on additional purchases.

Previously, investors seeking to establish new holdings in these funds or increase their existing positions faced restrictions. For those already invested in PRIMECAP or PRIMECAP Core, annual additional purchases were capped at $25,000. This restricted access aimed to ensure the fund managers can maintain their investment strategies and meet the funds’ objectives while managing asset growth.

Vanguard routinely evaluates its lineup of actively managed funds, focusing on investment capacity. This analysis considers the impact of new investments on a fund’s ability to achieve its stated goals. After careful evaluation, Vanguard determined that the PRIMECAP and PRIMECAP Core Funds have reached a point where they can comfortably accommodate an increase in investor participation.

The announcement emphasizes Vanguard’s commitment to providing investors with various investment options. Reopening these funds broadens access to actively managed large-cap stock strategies within Vanguard’s mutual fund offerings.

The PRIMECAP and PRIMECAP Core Funds are managed by PRIMECAP Management, a team with a long and successful track record of delivering value to shareholders. These funds focus on identifying undervalued companies with strong long-term growth potential. They employ a low portfolio turnover strategy, meaning that investments are held for extended periods to capture the full potential of a company’s growth trajectory.

While the reopening presents an opportunity for new investors, it is crucial to conduct thorough research before making investment decisions. Investors should consider their risk tolerance, investment goals, and overall portfolio allocation before investing in any actively managed fund.

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