I was double checking some VTI information and from the vanguard webpage I see in “holdings” that VTI has 0.89% of “short term reserves” in liquidity market (=cash). Just about 10 billions of “reserve” with some small bonds it comes up to 0.9% of cash. Since VTI is by far my biggest position, this amount of cash starts getting some importance.
- are you tracking cash content from ETFs?
- is my interpretation correct that 0.9% is basically cash? Because on Yahoo Finance, the ETF is reported as having 99.99% of stocks…so maybe Yahoo finance is overlooking the short term reserves?
- if you are tracking, did you arelady developed some kind of scraper toget that information back in google sheets?