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Nikkei ends at new 29-year high driven by high-tech stocks

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Right on! Let's enjoy this moment !

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Another 33% to go until all-time highs!

So long as the BOJ keeps buying, there is a central bank tail-wind too!

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You could do a lot worse than invest in Japan. all time highs will soon be met.

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You could do a lot worse than invest in Japan. all time highs will soon be met.

Well argued. Nikkei up 16% in past 6 months, Dow 24%. Both Japan and US ticking along beautifully this year, and both will break records next year. Just my opinion.

There is a lot of confidence in the Suga gov't following the boom-inducing Abenomics mix policies, with QE to continue, super-low interest rates...and the Olympics just around the corner which should generate enormous profits for Nikkei listed companies. Plus the recovery from Covid should prompt a lot of rebuilding and huge consumer spending.

Im tipping both markets to test 40,000 points in '21. And make a lot of people very, very wealthy! Time to start borrowing to purchase stocks...

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Well argued. Nikkei up 16% in past 6 months, Dow 24%. Both Japan and US ticking along beautifully this year, and both will break records next year. Just my opinion.

Your opinions aren’t great in this area. You told us the Chinese economy was in free fall not long ago. I keep a close eye what’s going on in China as part of my job and I haven’t seen it.

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You told us the Chinese economy was in free fall not long ago

Give it time. We simply cannot believe any of the "growth" figures coming out of Communist China. And if they keep pushing to take over HK, we will see more and more companies continue exiting China due to political instability.

I would not risk any investments in Communist China or poor HK going forward after this years alarming events. We cannot any longer look the other way, the risks are just too high.

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Recent trend;

Sell --- Japanese individuals and GPIF

Buy --- Foreigners

(BOJ purchases of ETFs --- decrease)

Fighto!-san

I think nobody believes Nikkei will be 40,000 except the case of hyper-inflation.

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