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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jpmorgan Japanese Investment Trust Plc LSE:JFJ London Ordinary Share GB0001740025 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  10.00 1.69% 602.00 601.00 603.00 603.00 600.00 600.00 519,117 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 9.4 5.2 115.5 971

Jpmorgan Japanese Invest... Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/2/2014
17:40
The Nikkei has taken a pasting the past two weeks to hit a 4-month low. JFJ similarly down.
nod
13/1/2014
10:55
New highs.
nod
28/12/2013
21:32
The definition of hedging is an investment taken out to limit the risk of another investment. Hedging isn't free. It is a pairs trade - you win on one side and lose on the other. I'm sure JP Morgan understands the tool and had good reason not to utilise it.I've not always been happy with JFJ's performance versus the sector but this year I can't complain.
nod
28/12/2013
10:32
nod - of course you have done very well with this stellar rise all I am saying is that some funds have discretion to hedge the currency, JFJ does not, hindsight has nothing to do with it. They have also improved the performance utilising maximum permitted gearing if you read the annual report. AO
a0148009
28/12/2013
09:15
There are other ways to bet on currency movements than investment funds. JFJ has gone up 45% in the past 12 months while the currency depreciation of the Yen against Sterling has been 25%. Could JFJ have placed bets that would have given the fund a better annual return? Probably. Hindsight is a wonderful investment tool. I'm happy with 45% :)
nod
23/12/2013
13:52
Trouble is they do not hedge the currency consequently the fund has not enjoyed the full stellar performance of Nikkei with 30% or more depreciation of Yen against sterling, better off in a fund which hedges currency unless you think the yen is going to firm up. AO
a0148009
23/10/2013
00:01
I think we'll see new highs a few times over the next two months.
nod
27/9/2013
11:35
Five Rings for Japan in 2020As Forbes called it - the World's most valuable presentation to win the Olympics.It's difficult to contemplate selling JFJ now with the next 6 years to look forward to.
nod
20/9/2013
11:46
A very good climb over the past month to get back close to 5-year highs.
nod
21/7/2013
02:03
Recovered nicely over the past month and has outperformed the benchmark. Results show notable outperformance over one and three years. Suggests some good stock picking going on.
nod
27/5/2013
09:35
Sorry .... I forgot to do the "touch wood" bit :(
nod
23/5/2013
20:59
Not today!
topvest
22/5/2013
12:59
Japan markets still going onwards and upwards. New five year highs here. Bullish sentiment towards Japan more than compensating for the lower yen. Long may it last.
nod
10/5/2013
10:24
The falling Yen boosts sentiment in Japanese exports but reduces the value of our assets when converted to pounds or dollars. So long as the share prices are going up to compensate its not a problem. However, it is also having a reaction on Japanese competitors such as South Korea. While the benefits start off as quite straightforward for UK Japan funds after six months things start to get a lot more complex as the exchange rates take effect one way or another."The yen slid to 101 per dollar for the first time in four years, extending declines spurred by the Bank of Japan's stimulus measures to fight deflation. BOJ's aggressive monetary easing has a big impact on South Korea, Bank of Korea Governor Kim Choong Soo said at a briefing yesterday after the central bank unexpectedly cut its benchmark seven-day repurchase rate by a quarter percentage point to 2.5 percent."
nod
08/5/2013
00:09
Onwards and upwards. We've had a 42% rise in the past six months.
nod
12/4/2013
09:01
Well done topvest, good timing.
nod
11/4/2013
21:03
Blimey - doing really well this one - buying at 156p in November, looking pretty good!
topvest
11/4/2013
20:58
I see their top 3 investments are financial companies.
nod
11/4/2013
20:05
Yes, nearly a 50% gain from the lows
zcaprd7
11/4/2013
11:43
I'm glad I kept a bit in Japan.
nod
11/4/2013
10:26
Good to see the nav has been motoring recently. Still a nice discount though...
zcaprd7
06/4/2013
04:04
Anyone with Japan funds has been rewarded over the past three months ... for their patience.
nod
05/4/2013
10:42
http://www.moneyweek.com/investments/stock-markets/asia-and-japan/money-morning-buy-japanese-stocks-63400
protean
23/3/2013
15:00
Well through that, but my other (since sold) funds have not only reduced their discount to nav, but have premiums to nav! Is this lag an opportunity, seems too easy?
zcaprd7
04/3/2013
23:56
3 year high..
zcaprd7
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