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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
19/9/2006
17:36
I have holdings (long-term) in both BGFD and AJG. Both have outperformed the indices consistently, so I'm sticking with 'em.
stillbroke
19/9/2006
15:40
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sheeneqa
19/9/2006
15:40
I have just taken out £40k of cfds in JFJ and feel that we are due a rebound over the next few months
orvil
19/9/2006
15:38
Most are heavily weighted towards smaller companies which do worse in tough markets.
stillbroke
19/9/2006
15:27
Does anyone have any idea why all the japanese investment trusts (I hold BGFD, JFJand FJV)have lagged the NI225 so badly in the last few months? It's not because of discounts - the NAVS have undeperformed as well
hosede
10/7/2006
01:00
Well, that was an interesting few months... Japan may be settling down again; JFJ on a 6% discount to NAV
nod
27/4/2006
12:17
'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
megsta
20/4/2006
17:51
nod I know you are a long term investor but don't you think that it would be to your advantage if you were holding an I.T that was actually going up in value now, instead of one that may or may not go up sometime in the future? I know which one I would rather be holding, and I'm afraid that it's not this one. Good luck to you anyway. meg: I entirly agree with you about BEE which I do hold - I also hold JFF which has shown a lot of growth recently.
nephin
20/4/2006
17:30
Nephin You are so right! In April we failed to make a new high so we are on a confirmed downtrend in this I. T. and we should sell down to miniscule exposure. The collapse of the Yen is not helping us either.
ben gunn
20/4/2006
09:57
Nephin - you are correct in saying that by the time the likes of the Telegraph are vociferously recommending an investment, its performance growth is often running out of steam. JRS is another example! The Russian I.T. has done well on the the back of increasing oil prices. Bearing Emerging Europe (BEE) is another I.T. worth considering if you are interested in exposure to Russian stocks. BEE invests in other Eastern European countries as well as Russia.
megsta
19/4/2006
22:14
JFJ has been a an excellent investment for me and I believe there is plenty of recovery left in Japan. I'm on a timeline of a few years not a few months.
nod
19/4/2006
21:51
nod: I hate to be a wet blanket here but Japan is a dog - an eighteen carrot pup! At the start of this year the Sunday Telegraph ran an article where they rounded up seven or eight so called financial pundits and asked them which country would shine this year and about six of them said Japan - this of course should have told every body to dump every Jap I.T that they held immediately, but of course some of us didn't because we believed that there was light at the end of the tunnel. Now here we are four months down the line and Japan has just fizzled out (Yet again) and of course these so called experts are nowhere to be seen. If you want to look at an I.T. with real potential have a look at JRS - Japan is a complete waste of time and money - just look at the graph for this thing, have you ever seen such a bloody mess?
nephin
19/4/2006
06:24
Nikkei 225 up 1% Japan looks frisky again
nod
18/4/2006
21:04
Nephin.. this may have helped... NEW YORK (AFX) -- U.S. stocks surged in late-day trading Tuesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average on track to post its biggest one-day gain in a year, after minutes from the latest Federal Reserve meeting showed most members agreed the central bank's chapter of steady rate hikes was coming to a close.
supermum
18/4/2006
21:02
well... this should certainly help it! SM free stock charts from ADVFN.COM
supermum
18/4/2006
21:01
Does anybody know why the US market is shooting up - is Bill Clinton back in the White House?
nephin
18/4/2006
19:17
Nikkei should fly tomorrow given the action in the US.
grippa
06/4/2006
13:58
is Japanese market closed for public holiday ? But trust share price rising- maybe currency ?
arja
03/4/2006
13:05
Wasn't the Tankan report out today ?
knowing
03/4/2006
13:04
Downtrend on chart that has been in place since Jan is now over!
grippa
03/4/2006
13:02
Nikkei at 17,333...and JFJ finally trying to catch up!
grippa
02/4/2006
21:10
Very positive article about the Japanese recovery in the Sunday Times today. The Jap I.T.s should edge up a bit in this coming week
nephin
01/4/2006
16:33
The "experts" seem to think the tankan report may mean BOJ less lilely to hike interest rates with a resultant weaker yen. Hence a slight depressasnt on out shares in JFJ I suppose !
arja
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