Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
JP Morgan Flem Jap Smlr Cos It LSE:JPS London Ordinary Share GB0003165817 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.00p -1.02% 290.00p 290.25p 291.75p 292.75p 289.00p 292.00p 17,181.00 16:35:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 0.1 -0.3 - 140.33

JP Morgan Flem Jap Smlr Cos It Share Discussion Threads

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08/1/2016
12:57
added to my holding today on the recent drop woody
woodcutter
16/12/2015
12:20
Smaller cos in Japan is one of the few areas where there is growth. With a low yen, cheaper energy and nacent signs of China recovery, this growth could continue. The sub shares appear very atractive. I hold. L.
lenses
09/4/2015
11:47
Reaching for the skies. JPSS profitable on a 6% increase in JPS in 18 months - a good buy.
chrisdonohue
23/1/2015
10:51
I've been a holder for some time now - no 'real' movement in the price of JPS in proportion to actual share prices.... Can anyone explain to me why buy JPS for Abenomics reasons, when, at the same time, the GBYJPY exch rate has gone from circa 120 to 190 (60% increase?. Thereby de-valuing the underlying Japanese share prices in proportion. Yes, Japanese share prices have increased, but exch rate has suppressed any real increase in JPS value Am I wrong? The same will happen with Dragi's QE?
davemake
09/1/2015
12:51
Recently built quite a hefty holding here but 243p for the subscription share exercise price seems some way off. It will be interesting to see how this goes this year i expect abenomics, the oil price drop and yen weakness aiding exports to be very favourable. woody
woodcutter
15/12/2014
19:15
hTTp://www.investegate.co.uk/jpmorgan-jap-smllr--jps-/rns/bonus-issue-of-subscription-shares/201412151536228108Z/
yupawiese2010
11/4/2013
08:03
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/markets/global-markets/bojs-new-stimulus-measures-to-boost-nikkei-more-drag-yen-poll/articleshow/19489882.cms?
knowing
08/4/2013
15:21
The whole of Japan is on fire.
knowing
08/4/2013
15:11
The NAV has actually fallen since month-end from 206p to 204p. This despite the Nikkei jumping by 6%. Reason? - the fall in the Yen I suppose.
grim
05/4/2013
09:42
http://www.moneyweek.com/investments/stock-markets/asia-and-japan/money-morning-buy-japanese-stocks-63400
protean
25/8/2011
14:35
Should be time to buy a few back soon
the avoint
01/8/2007
16:58
A pretty high forward P/E at the moment http://seekingalpha.com/article/40402
kiwi2007
01/8/2007
11:36
Does anyone have a feel for where the Jap Smaller Co market is going? Still down?
quantumx
22/7/2007
22:15
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knowing
19/6/2007
17:13
LEX, in the FT, was quite negative regarding Japanese shares this a.m. Foreigners buy Japan Published: June 18 2007 12:51 | Last updated: June 18 2007 23:01 The triumph of hope over experience looms large over the Japanese stock market. The market is still less than half its 1989 peak and during the past 12 months has lagged behind the US, Europe, the UK and Hong Kong. Undeterred, foreigners keep lapping up Japanese shares, accumulating a record 28 per cent slice of the market by the end of March 2007. That pits foreigners – along with the Japanese government – against other investors, from domestic retail to banks, who saw their share of the market shrink. Who is reading the market correctly? Locals were badly burnt when the market collapsed and are now more comfortable buying up high-yielding overseas currencies. Goldman Sachs' dealings with investors suggest Europeans are the most pessimistic foreigners on Japan – not surprisingly, since the yen's depreciation against the euro has further undermined year-to-date performance – while US and Asian investors are more gung-ho. The rest of this article is for FT.com subscribers only
kiwi2007
19/6/2007
14:01
Two other trusts that specialise in Japanese small caps are IJD and FJV. They all trade differently but FJV has the tightest spread usually. This stock was the most volatile in the last pop that's why I'm in at £2.30. I'm confused by the comment above about discount to NAV. The NAV on ADVFN is shown at £2.51 today, i.e 8.4% discount.
kingfast
19/6/2007
00:06
what are the other trusts in this sector, and how does this trust compare to its peers?
brando69
19/6/2007
00:03
GB904150 Just checked out your link to Trustnet. The latest "discount" is -8.4 , so my understanding of that is, the share price is at a PREMIUM of 8.4% to the asset v/share. The pros ( and particularly cons ) of that, are for another day ! T
tacky
18/6/2007
23:46
GB904150 'JPS' is an 'Investment Trust' fund, so, unlike Unit Trusts, is traded like conventional ( single company ) shares. The equivalent of the initial ( unit trust type ) charge is, of course, the dealing bid/offer spread. FWIW, I would be more inclined to focus on factors like the price discount ( or premium )to the asset value per share, and the potentially high returns ( and losses ) from this Sector/country, than to be overly concerned with the charges. This is, undoubtedly, a high risk/high reward vehicle. One other point; an at least moderately able fund manager SHOULD be capable of outperforming any related tracker,( and hence, ETF, should there be any.) Any higher charges/costs incurred, would then, surely, be worth paying. Hope this helps; oh ---- and good luck. tacky
tacky
17/6/2007
21:27
sorry, forgot to ask. I can't see any ETFs that track Japanese SMEs. I already own a Nikkei tracker, but would perhaps prefer a tracker for smaller caps, esp as the fees for ETFs tend to be much lower.
gb904150
17/6/2007
21:25
I like the look of investing in JPS (or another fund for Japanese SMEs) but am finding it difficult to find enough information about the charges - i see from the header there is a 1.25% annual fee - but what about initial fees? http://www.trustnet.co.uk/it/funds/?fund=164 Is it bought just like a normal share using ticker JPS? If there are initial charges is this taken out when I make my purchase? i.e. I buy £1k and get charged £50 immediately if it's 5%? Any suggestions as to whether there are better performers out there? thanks GB
gb904150
25/5/2007
11:44
Anyone like to call the bottom on this one?
quantumx
27/4/2006
11:26
'Podcast' /audio webcast: Japan's rising stock opportunities 24th April 2006 Stuart Cox, Fund Manager, Japanese Portfolios Group, JP Morgan Asset Management Click the following link to listen: http://cache.cantos.com/mp3/cox-g002/cox-g002_MP3.mp3 Cantos web page (note: you may need to register with Cantos to gain access): http://w3.cantos.com/cantos/dyn/org.php?o=8100015&s=34200029&CantosSID=935ff47d0a0ae8b91c307bf3ba0621d3_C
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