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Mid American Wealth Advisory Group Inc. Purchases Shares of 2,754 Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF (NASDAQ:BND)

Mid American Wealth Advisory Group Inc. recently acquired a new stake in Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF (NASDAQ:BND) during the fourth quarter. The firm purchased 2,754 shares of the company’s stock, valued at approximately $201,000. Other institutional investors and hedge funds have also made moves with BND. Whittier Trust Co. of Nevada Inc. increased its holdings by 90.3% in the fourth quarter, while VitalStone Financial LLC saw a 3,300.0% increase in the third quarter. Your Advocates Ltd. LLP and Headlands Technologies LLC also made significant investments in BND. Additionally, Carmichael Hill & Associates Inc. increased its holdings by 165.6% in the third quarter.

The stock for Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF rose by 0.3%, opening at $71.58 on Friday. The 12-month low for BND is $67.99, with a high of $74.24. The stock’s 50-day moving average price is $71.73, and its 200-day moving average price is $71.81.

Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF recently announced a dividend, which was paid on Monday, May 6th. Stockholders of record on Thursday, May 2nd received a $0.2138 dividend. The ex-dividend date was Wednesday, May 1st.

The Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF (BND) is an exchange-traded fund that primarily invests in investment grade fixed income. Launched on April 3, 2007, the fund tracks a broad, market-value-weighted index of US dollar-denominated, investment-grade, taxable, fixed-income securities with maturities of at least one year. BND is managed by Vanguard.

For more information on holdings and insider trades related to Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF, visit HoldingsChannel.com to access the latest 13F filings. Receive a daily summary of news and analysts’ ratings for Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF by subscribing to MarketBeat.com’s free email newsletter.

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