- Jupiter Global Value Equity invests in companies that appear to have undervalued share prices
- It has diversified exposure including to markets that look cheap such as the UK and Japan
- Value investing can take time to deliver results so you should have a long-term investment horizon if you invest in this fund
A key factor in making a good return on an investment is to have bought it at a good price. So to position for the beginnings of a possible recovery in 2021 it could be worth holding a fund that invests via a value style.
Options include Jupiter Global Value Equity (GB00BF5DRJ63). Its managers, Ben Whitmore and Dermot Murphy, weigh up the price they pay for a company’s shares against their view of the quality of its business. They assess the strength of a company’s market position in comparison to its competitors, any recent or potential changes in its industry, and the company’s ability to turn profits into cash.