First Trust Japan AlphaDEX® Fund company info

What does First Trust Japan AlphaDEX® Fund do?
First Trust Japan AlphaDEX® Fund (NASDAQ:FJP) is a specialized investment fund focused on implementing a quantitatively evaluated investment approach to select and invest in Japanese equities. Aimed at delivering capital appreciation, the fund applies the AlphaDEX® methodology to rank stocks based on various growth and value factors before constructing its portfolio. Its projects span across different sectors in Japan's vibrant economy, striving to maximize returns for investors by tapping into the potential of the Japanese market. The primary objective of First Trust Japan AlphaDEX® Fund is to offer investors exposure to a diversified array of Japanese companies through a strategy designed to outperform the traditional market-cap weighted indexes.
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Is First Trust Japan AlphaDEX® Fund a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does First Trust Japan AlphaDEX® Fund employ?

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Employees
1,087

What sector is First Trust Japan AlphaDEX® Fund in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for First Trust Japan AlphaDEX® Fund?

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Head Office
Wheaton, United States

What year was First Trust Japan AlphaDEX® Fund founded?

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Year Founded
2011
What does First Trust Japan AlphaDEX® Fund specialise in?
/Exchange Traded Fund /Japanese Equities /Smart Beta Strategy /Diversified Investment /Equity Selection /AlphaDEX Technology

What are the products and/or services of First Trust Japan AlphaDEX® Fund?

Overview of First Trust Japan AlphaDEX® Fund offerings
Exposure to the Japanese Stock Market: FJP allows investors to buy a single security (the ETF share) and gain diversified exposure to a basket of Japanese companies.
Enhanced Index Tracking: FJP tracks the Nasdaq AlphaDEX® Japan Index, which uses a specific selection process to potentially outperform a broader market index.
Exchange-Traded Features: FJP trades like a stock on an exchange, offering: Intraday Trading, Potentially Lower Fees, and Transparency.
Passive Management: FJP tracks an index, so there's no active management of the holdings within the fund.
Diversification: By holding a basket of Japanese stocks, FJP helps spread out investment risk compared to holding individual Japanese stocks.
Potential for Dividend Income: Some of the underlying companies in the Nasdaq AlphaDEX® Japan Index may pay dividends, which would be distributed to FJP shareholders.