Rediscovering Japan

Korn, Donald Jay
June 2010
Financial Planning;Jun2010, Vol. 40 Issue 6, p133
The article examines the question of whether investors should begin investing in the Japanese market. The article discusses Japan's economy, with information relating to deflation and economic recovery after the financial crisis. The article also discusses the country's growth potential, the issues of valuation and currency, and different stocks and funds in Japan.


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