For my 401(k), I am trying to diversify while avoiding high expense ratios. Luckily among my investment choices are the Vanguard Target Retirement date funds which have fairly low expense ratios (≤0.18%), so I could probably safely invest 100% in one of those.
However, I'd like to be a little more hands-on and get lower expense ratios with part of my money. There are excellent options for domestic stock, however, there is only one international stock fund which has a low expense ratio. It is called "Black Rock MSCI ACWI ex-US Index Non-Lendable Fund F", with an expense ratio of only 0.11% (the other international options are ≥0.60%).
My concern is it doesn't seem to have a ticker symbol. It appears to be a little over a year old. Why doesn't it have a ticker symbol, and should this or its age dissuade me from investing in it?