Base Date: December 31, 2007
No. of Components: 100
Minimum Market Cap: USD $100 million
Minimum Daily Avg. Liquidity: USD $2 million
Sector Limit: 20% (20 companies)
Geographic Exposure: Japan
Rebalance Frequency: Semi-annual
Underlying Universe: Companies domiciled in Japan, listed in Japanese and U.S. exchanges
All index components are selected based on their overall MarketGrader Grade. Built on a scale between 0 and 100, our Overall Grade is based on our 24 fundamental indicators, which are broken down into four analytical categories: Growth, Value, Profitability and Cash Flow. All of our indicators and our overall grades are calculated daily for all companies under coverage.
All index constituents are equally weighted every time the index is rebalanced. No weight modifications or adjustments are made to the portfolio between rebalance periods.
All index constituents must have a minimum total market cap of USD $100 million and a minimum 3-month daily traded value of USD $2 million. At least 25% of all index components must have a market cap of at least USD $3 billion.
No more than 20% of the index (20 companies) may belong to the same economic sector.
The index is rebalanced twice a year, on the third Friday of March and September.
The MarketGrader Japan 100 Index seeks to follow the most fundamentally sound companies with the best growth prospects in the second largest economy in the developed world. Since its constituents are equally weighted the index gives each company an equal opportunity to contribute to the performance of the portfolio regardless of market size, sector or business model. It was designed to offer investors who follow market cap weighted benchmarks an alternative way to capture the growth in one of the developed worlds largest economies and one of its broadest and deepest financial markets.
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