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Jupiter North American Income I

Bestinvest LogoInvests primarily in blue chip stocks; revised income mandate from May 2007.

PRICE (INC)

175.71p

PRICE (ACC)

229.33p

INITIAL CHARGE

0%

ANNUAL MANAGEMENT CHARGE

0.75%

ONGOING CHARGE

1.04%

YIELD

1.6%

1 YEAR
4.67%

Prices as at 10 Aug 2022.

We don’t currently provide commentary on this fund.

Past performance is not an indication of future performance.

Capital at risk.

This fund invests mainly in high quality US companies and aims to achieve an income of 110% of that produced by the S&P 500, however, this is a target and not a rule. The manager follows a bottom up approach to company investment and favours companies that consistently beat their cost of capital. The fund has a bias to large cap stocks.

Fund summary

SectorNorth America
StructureUNIT TRUST
LaunchedSeptember 2011
Size£120m
Yield1.6%
Charging BasisCapital
Dividends paid30 Sep

Charges

Standard Initial Charge0%
Initial Charge Via BestInvest0%
Additional Bid/Offer Spread0%
Annual Management Charge0.75%
Ongoing Charges Figure1.04%

Investment Process

The fund aims to achieve long-term capital growth and income by investing in North American securities. Investing primarily in blue chip companies the manager follows a bottom up approach, meaning that the investment decision is based ultimately on the individual quality of a given company. While the manager typically targets growth stocks, in practice he is pragmatic and so is happy to vary the style bias of the portfolio. Once a broad theme has been identified the manager looks for stocks that will consistently beat their cost of capital, thus increasing the scope for providing investors with superior returns. Typically, this means identifying uniqueness in a company’s business model. Therefore companies which feature strong barriers to entry or intellectual capital are sought.

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