JPMorgan Russian Securities (JRS) Ordinary 1p
The trust has underperformed the MSCI Russia 10/40 Index since 1 November 2006, falling 24.4%* compared with a gain of 4% for the index, in sterling terms.
JPMorgan has a well-resourced and experienced emerging markets team. We believe their approach of seeking companies capable of strong, sustainable earnings growth is sensible and over the long term they could deliver respectable results.
The Russian stock market currently looks inexpensive and investors brave enough to take a contrarian view on an out of favour area can reap the rewards over the long term. However, politics, commodity price falls and currency moves are just some of the risks to be aware of and only the most adventurous investors are likely to be brave enough to dip a toe in the water.
Potential investors should ensure they are comfortable with the risks, details of which can be found in the latest annual reports & accounts along with the charging structure.
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