iShares Japan C$ Hedge ETF

CJP-T

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COMMENT
COMMENT
September 1, 2017

The only problem with this is that it is no longer trading on the TSX, it was delisted. It is now trading on Equifast Neal (?). He would probably be more inclined to go with the iShares Japan (EWJ-N).

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The only problem with this is that it is no longer trading on the TSX, it was delisted. It is now trading on Equifast Neal (?). He would probably be more inclined to go with the iShares Japan (EWJ-N).

COMMENT
COMMENT
August 8, 2017

There is a little problem with this fund. It was ex-Claymore, and a number of the Claymore ETF’s that where acquired by iShares, have been delisted by TSX and are now on the NLB Exchange. What that is going to do for liquidity, he is not sure. He has no problem in investing in Japan.

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There is a little problem with this fund. It was ex-Claymore, and a number of the Claymore ETF’s that where acquired by iShares, have been delisted by TSX and are now on the NLB Exchange. What that is going to do for liquidity, he is not sure. He has no problem in investing in Japan.

BUY
BUY
December 8, 2016

Japan is very interesting to him right now. People don’t understand what is going on in corporate Japan. After decades, Japanese companies are very adaptable. More of their production occurs in countries they sell in. 60% of Japanese corporations’ production occurs off shore. This time he thinks the macro dynamics line up for Japanese investment. EWJ-N is another way to play Japan and it is good as well.

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Japan is very interesting to him right now. People don’t understand what is going on in corporate Japan. After decades, Japanese companies are very adaptable. More of their production occurs in countries they sell in. 60% of Japanese corporations’ production occurs off shore. This time he thinks the macro dynamics line up for Japanese investment. EWJ-N is another way to play Japan and it is good as well.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
November 14, 2016

(Top Pick Oct 5/16, Up 5.87%) The trade is not over yet. It is still positive from a technical perspective. He likes the Japanese market in general. As long as the Yen stays weak he will stay there.

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(Top Pick Oct 5/16, Up 5.87%) The trade is not over yet. It is still positive from a technical perspective. He likes the Japanese market in general. As long as the Yen stays weak he will stay there.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
October 5, 2016

It is currency hedged. The downtrend looks to be ending. It has higher highs and higher lows in the breakout. It looks very technically attractive.

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It is currency hedged. The downtrend looks to be ending. It has higher highs and higher lows in the breakout. It looks very technically attractive.

SPECULATIVE BUY
SPECULATIVE BUY
August 4, 2016

It would be his favourite Japan ETF because as it is hedged, but he would not buy Japan right now. The currency is all over the place. He is not keen on Japan’s prospects. He prefers the US.

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It would be his favourite Japan ETF because as it is hedged, but he would not buy Japan right now. The currency is all over the place. He is not keen on Japan’s prospects. He prefers the US.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
July 4, 2016

Japan has gone through 25 years that has been lost. They literally lost a quarter century. The Nikkei hit its peak at the end of 1989. Given how their society is aging, and that they can’t do any more in terms of urbanotics(?) and stimulus, we are at the point where you just have to tough it out. He is opposed to anything doing with Japan.

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Japan has gone through 25 years that has been lost. They literally lost a quarter century. The Nikkei hit its peak at the end of 1989. Given how their society is aging, and that they can’t do any more in terms of urbanotics(?) and stimulus, we are at the point where you just have to tough it out. He is opposed to anything doing with Japan.

HOLD
HOLD
June 27, 2016

Has just started buying Japan because of the strength in the yen, and thinks the next side of this is Japan weakening in the yen, in which stocks will outperform.

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Has just started buying Japan because of the strength in the yen, and thinks the next side of this is Japan weakening in the yen, in which stocks will outperform.

WEAK BUY
WEAK BUY
September 30, 2015

There is $13 support from 2013. It could be okay, but you have to keep an eye on it. The Yen is hedged.

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There is $13 support from 2013. It could be okay, but you have to keep an eye on it. The Yen is hedged.

HOLD
HOLD
July 6, 2015

Chart shows lows from 2009 to 2012. The rebound bull in 2009-2010 didn’t work out. It is now starting to break out. There is a falling wedge from 2010 into 2012, which is very bullish. Thinks this goes higher.

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Chart shows lows from 2009 to 2012. The rebound bull in 2009-2010 didn’t work out. It is now starting to break out. There is a falling wedge from 2010 into 2012, which is very bullish. Thinks this goes higher.

BUY
BUY
May 8, 2015

Started to buy an ETF for Europe, but decided to go for one that represents EAFE which has about 20% Japan. Thinks it is a good time to get into Japan and sees no problem with this one.

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Started to buy an ETF for Europe, but decided to go for one that represents EAFE which has about 20% Japan. Thinks it is a good time to get into Japan and sees no problem with this one.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
April 2, 2015

Japan. You get a basket of exporters. Japan’s exports should do well as they push their currency down and the US$ stays strong.

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Japan. You get a basket of exporters. Japan’s exports should do well as they push their currency down and the US$ stays strong.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
February 20, 2015

Japan peaked out a long time ago. He thinks it is not going to break out and go back to the old top and go above that. They have had the advantage of reengineering their currency downwards, which has been a great benefit to their exporters. He is attracted to countries that can move their currencies, such as the UK, Canada and Japan.

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Japan peaked out a long time ago. He thinks it is not going to break out and go back to the old top and go above that. They have had the advantage of reengineering their currency downwards, which has been a great benefit to their exporters. He is attracted to countries that can move their currencies, such as the UK, Canada and Japan.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
May 1, 2014

(A Top Pick May 23/13. Down 4.94%.) He still holds this for a few clients.

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(A Top Pick May 23/13. Down 4.94%.) He still holds this for a few clients.

BUY
BUY
January 28, 2014

Chart shows an uptrend in 2013 and is now back testing a trend line. It’s above the 200 day moving average at just under $11, which is another key level of support. Seems to be bouncing off that right now. Japan is not a bad place to be.

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Chart shows an uptrend in 2013 and is now back testing a trend line. It’s above the 200 day moving average at just under $11, which is another key level of support. Seems to be bouncing off that right now. Japan is not a bad place to be.

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iShares Japan C$ Hedge ETF(CJP-T) Rating

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