Matthews Japan Fund
Why the Matthews Japan Fund Was the Best-Performing Fund in 2015
The Matthews Japan Fund – Investor Class (MJFOX) fell 0.4% in December 2015 from the previous month. In the three- and six-month periods ended December 31, the fund rose 10.4% and fell 1.2%, respectively.
MJFOX: What Changes Did the Fund Make in 2016?
Industrials and the two consumer-focused sectors—consumer discretionary and consumer staples—form the backbone of MJFOX. These three combine to form 56% of the portfolio.
A Portfolio Scan of the Matthews Japan Fund (MJFOX) in 2015
The Matthews Japan Fund – Investor Class (MJFOX)adopts a bottom-up approach to constructing portfolios. This means that it looks at companies with acceptable valuations that are expected to do well in the future, rather than specific industries.
The Matthews Japan Fund Investor Class (MJFOX): Historical Overview
An introduction The Matthews Japan Fund Investor Class (MJFOX) seeks “long-term capital appreciation,” by investing “at least 80% of its total assets, which include borrowings for investment purposes, in the common and preferred stocks of companies located in Japan.” While describing its approach towards investing in Asia, the fund house believes that popular equity indices […]
Japan’s Manufacturing and Services Sectors Expanded in August
Manufacturing activity in Japan, represented by the Nikkei Japan Manufacturing PMI, rose in August, with the indicator rising to 51.7 points from 51.2 in July.