The fund has been in existence since December 2008. It’s a small fund compared to its peers in this review, with assets of ~$15.6 million as of August 2015. Its net expense ratio is 1.47%. There’s a maximum sales charge of 5.65% on the “A” share class. This is applicable to the offer price of the fund. The minimum investment amount for this share class is $3,000 with a minimum additional investment of $100.
In terms of number of holdings, the Nuveen Tradewinds Japan Fund – A (NTJAX) had 52 holdings as of August 2015. As a percentage of total assets, its top holding is NTT DoCoMo (DCM) with an exposure of 3.3%.
Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corporation (NTT) and Seven & I Holdings (SVNDY), rounded off the top three holdings, forming a combined 5.9% of the fund’s August portfolio. Popular companies like Toyota Motor (TM) and Kyocera (KYO) form 2.4% of the portfolio.
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