Franklin FTSE Japan ETF company info

What does Franklin FTSE Japan ETF do?
Franklin FTSE Japan ETF (NYSE:FLJP) focuses on providing investment results that closely correspond to the performance of the FTSE Japan RIC Capped Index. This index represents the performance of Japanese stocks. The ETF aims to invest in a wide range of sectors, encompassing companies from technology to consumer goods, thus offering diversified exposure to Japan's economy. Its overarching objective is to achieve long-term capital growth by tracking the investment returns of major Japanese equities, offering investors a convenient way to gain exposure to the Japanese market without having to directly invest in the overseas stock market. Franklin FTSE Japan ETF's operations include managing a portfolio that mirrors the composition and performance of the tracked index, adjusting its holdings to reflect changes within the index, and maintaining the fund's focus on Japanese equities.
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San Mateo, United States

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What does Franklin FTSE Japan ETF specialise in?
/Passive Investment /Equity Exposure /Japan Markets /Large-Cap Corporations /Diversification Opportunity /ETF Shares

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Overview of Franklin FTSE Japan ETF offerings
Provides diversified exposure to Japanese equities, encompassing a wide spectrum of stocks across various sectors.
Focuses on tracking the performance of the FTSE Japan Capped Index, aiming for investment results that closely correspond to the index.
Seeks to offer high liquidity for investors by trading shares on major stock exchanges, enabling easy access to investments in the Japanese market.
Employs a passive management investment approach to minimize expenses and track index performance.
Offers potential for dividend income by investing in a range of companies within the Japanese market that pay dividends.
Implements a reconstitution and rebalancing strategy to ensure the portfolio accurately reflects current market conditions and the composition of the underlying index.