However, investors can also look at small-cap ETFs for Japan to capture any additional upside.
DFJ is the largest in the group with assets of about $241 million. It charges an expense ratio of 0.58%.
JSC holds $96 million and levies fees of 0.55%, while SCJ is a $71 million fund with an expense ratio of 0.53%.
Investors can consider Japan small-cap ETF such as DFJ as an alternative with greater growth potential than large caps, according to consulting firm About Emerging Growth LLC.
“Over the long run, many studies have shown that small-cap stocks tend to outperform large-cap stocks during bullish economic cycles,” it said. “These same trends may come into play in Japan, where the economic recovery is even more pronounced.” [Japan ETFs Rocket as Nikkei Tops 14,000]
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