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Checking intra-day NAVs for ETFs?
Old 07-02-2007, 08:27 AM   #1
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Checking intra-day NAVs for ETFs?

Is there a good site or way to compare the ETF price with its intra-day NAV?

Specifically, I was wondering about BND. Vanguard shows BND.IV as the NAV ticker and gives the end of day values, but that symbol doesn't work on Fido or Yahoo's websites for getting intra-day quotes.

I know some work like ^CYM for CVY, so I'm wondering if I'm missing some standard convention.

Do all ETFs have an intra-day NAV ticker symbol? And specifically, does BND have one that can be checked on the Fido or Yahoo websites? Thanks.

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Old 07-02-2007, 09:54 AM   #2
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Have you tried Google's Stock Ticker tool?

I use their Stock Chart tool on a Google homepage tab. It charts the EPP intraday.

The availability of intraday data may be dependent on where the ETF is traded.
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