Japan Archive

Get Ready For New Highs

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How To Play A Stock Market Bubble

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The Road To 1600

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Top Gun FP Client Note: The Correction Is Not Over

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Top Gun FP Client Note: The Race To The Bottom

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The BOJ Goes QE

October 5, 2010  ·  Category: Currencies, Geopolitics, Japan, Macro Economics, Market Commentary
It is an extraordinary measure for a central bank, particularly the purchase of financial assets to encourage the decline in risk premiums.  To be explicit on that point and to extensively influence market interest rates ...
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A Stab At Resolving The Inflation/Deflation Debate

September 26, 2009  ·  Category: China, Economics, Federal Reserve, Inflation, Japan
There is a great debate raging between students of monetary economics.  On the one hand, there are the deflationists who point to the massive deleveraging in the housing, mortgage, credit and stock markets.  The fall ...
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Looks Like Another Good Week; Dow Continues to Lead – Mostly; Carry Trade Back In Full Force

May 17, 2007  ·  Category: Foreign Exchange, Inflation, Japan, Market Commentary
It's looking like another good week for the stock market.  Here's how the action looks through 4 days: Dow: +151, to 13,477 S&P: +7, to 1513 Nasdaq: -23, to 2539 Russell 2000: -14, to 816 Again, we are seeing the ...
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Bank of Japan Holds Target Interest Rate Steady

April 27, 2007  ·  Category: Foreign Exchange, Japan
At 2:07pm in Japan, 10:07pm out here in California, the Bank of Japan (BOJ) held its interest rate target steady at .5%.  This is good news for stocks as it doesn't put any pressure on ...
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The Vernal Equinox – A National Holiday in Japan (Wed March 21, 2007)

March 20, 2007  ·  Category: Japan
The Tokyo Stock Exchange is usually open from 5pm - 11pm PST (9am - 3pm the next day in Tokyo) and so I was just trying to check it on Yahoo! before calling it a night, ...
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