Aberdeen Asia Pacific (ex-Japan) Equity Fund Class AAPJAX

11.76
0.01 / 0.08%
11.00 - 12.83+0.40
NAV in USDNAV change52-week range3-yr sharpe ratio
As of market close Mar 27 2015.

Total returns on $10,000

As of Feb 28 2015. Fund performance

Objective

The investment seeks long-term capital appreciation. The fund normally invests at least 80% of the value of its net assets, plus any borrowings for investment purposes, in equity securities of Asia-Pacific (ex-Japan) companies. It intends to diversify its investments across a number of different countries. The fund may invest a significant part of its assets in a single country. It may invest without limit in emerging market countries. The fund may invest in equity securities without regard to market capitalization.

Profile

Fund typeOpen Ended Investment Company
Investment style (stocks)
Market Cap: Large
Investment Style: Blend
Morningstar categoryPacific/Asia ex-Japan Stk
Launch date28/02/2012
Price currencyUSD
DomicileUnited States
SymbolAPJAX
Manager & start date
Hugh Young
16/11/2009
Christopher Wong
16/11/2009
Chou Chong
16/11/2009
Adrian Lim
16/11/2009
Flavia Cheong
16/11/2009

Investment

Pricing frequencyDaily
Total net assets
982.69k USDAs of Feb 28 2015
Net expense ratio1.50%
Front end load5.75%
Deferred load--
Redemption fee--
Min. initial investment1,000.00 USD
Min. additional investment50.00 USD
Initial IRA1,000.00 USD
Additional IRA50.00 USD
Available for saleUnited States

Diversification

Asset type

Non-US stock
90.76%
Other
5.24%
Cash
2.22%
US stock
1.77%
US bond
0.00%
Non-US bond
0.00%

Top 5 sectors

Financial Services
28.66%
Basic Materials
11.79%
Industrials
9.74%
Real Estate
8.72%
Consumer Cyclical
7.95%

Top 5 Regions

Developed Asia
41.35%
Emerging Asia
29.78%
United Kingdom
13.78%
Australasia
5.85%
United States
1.77%
Sector and region weightings are calculated using only long position holdings of the portfolio.Sector & regional holdings

Top 5 holdings

CompanyCompany
content
1 year
change
Portfolio
weight
Long
allocation
Samsung Electnc Pfd--5.82%
Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp Ltd--4.12%
Jardine Strategic Holdings Ltd
J37:SES
-0.26%3.76%
Housing Development Finance Corp Ltd--3.76%
Rio Tinto PLC--3.55%
Data delayed at least 10 minutes, as of Feb 28 2015. Top 10 holdings

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