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Nikkei ends at 3-month high as many businesses restart in Tokyo

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Not sure about the Japanese stock market, but seems to me that the American stock markets are way, way overpriced. The stock price of Company A should reflect the health of Company A in the economy, and that is not what is happening.

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Japanese stock market is funded by the government and has no relevance to profitability. Nor do investors get a return equivalent to their investment. It's a waist of time. Now pachinko looks like a better option for investors.

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The stock market, primarily Western countries including Japan and South Korea, Taiwan even China, has departed from reality in 2020. Thanks to the BoJ, elite bureaucrats are believing in the insane fantasy of MMT.

Japanese stock market is funded by the government and has no relevance to profitability. Nor do investors get a return equivalent to their investment. It's a waist of time. Now pachinko looks like a better option for investors.

You are going to upset a lot of Japanese nettoyos.

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Japanese stocks have shown great resilience, and I had solid gains on my holdings until the woo-flu. Now the indexes are back to October levels. The question mark is the state of the real economy over the next year or so.

The stock price of Company A should reflect the health of Company A.

Corporate Japan was healthy up to the virus. Investors view the situation as temporary, and to returning to normal once a vaccine or effective treatment is created. Investors look ahead, rather than at now.

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