JPMorgan Japanese Investment Trust (JFJ)

590.00
-6.00(-1.01%)
  • Volume:
    251,231
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.00/0.00
  • Day's Range:
    589.00 - 596.00

JFJ Overview

Prev. Close
596
Day's Range
589-596
Revenue
118.48M
Open
594
52 wk Range
577-732
EPS
0.69
Volume
251,231
Market Cap
923.35M
Dividend (Yield)
5.30
(0.79%)
Average Volume (3m)
179,464
P/E Ratio
8.58
Beta
0.64
1-Year Change
-17.94%
Shares Outstanding
156,500,739
Next Earnings Date
17 May 2022
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JPMorgan Japanese Investment Trust Company Profile

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JPMorgan Japanese Investment Trust plc (the Trust) is a United Kingdom-based investment trust. The Trust's objective is to provide shareholders with capital growth from a portfolio of investments in Japanese companies by long-term outperformance of the Trust's benchmark index, the Tokyo Stock Exchange First Section Index (TOPIX) expressed in sterling terms. The Trust invests in various sectors, including electric appliances, services, retail trade, information and communications, machinery, transportation equipment, glass and ceramic products, rubber products, wholesale trade, foods, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, metal products, non-ferrous metals, other financing business, insurance, banks, security and commodity futures, real estate and construction. JPMorgan Asset Management (UK) Limited manages the Trust's portfolio. JPMorgan Funds Limited is the Trust's alternative investment fund manager.

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  • What price to buy in at (657.00)
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    • To be honest with these funds and trusts so long as they are not on a 5 day roll and on all time high, e.g. -5% is a decent entry.
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  • Fidelity rate Japan the best of the major markets. Companies have a lot of cash on their balance sheets, results have been improving, as has the economy which will also benefit from next year's Olympics, and the worldwide roll out of G5 will help too.
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