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Nikkei ends at all-time high for 2nd day in a row

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fake high will bring deep short...

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Lovely and all that ,but will it help me at the supermarket ,johnson sausages now 1,000 yen .

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but will it help me at the supermarket ,johnson sausages now 1,000 yen .

It would if you have been putting even a small amount of savings in a NISA or Ideco every month rather than keeping it in cash, life insurance, or Japanese government bonds, like most people in Japan do.

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It would if you have been putting even a small amount of savings in a NISA or Ideco every month.

Only invest what you are prepared to lose. It actually means you have LESS for buying daily necessities. Prices are WAY up. Most pople are struggling.

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Only invest what you are prepared to lose.

I invest my age in low-risk holdings, with 2/3 of the remainder in medium-risk investments, and the remaining on higher risk investments.

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Excellent..

Go Nikkei!!..

GO JAPAN!!.

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Yeh!

There are parties outside in my street with people celebrating MEANWHILE major retailers (supermarkets,restaurants,clothing stores) in my area are going to the wall…

At

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Only invest what you are prepared to lose.

I would say that goes more for speculation.

If you are investing for the long term - say a 10 year horizon or more - in a globally diversified fund that invests in equities, then the chances of your investment being lost is…. Nil.

If I am wrong, it means the world has ended.

One stock might go to zero. 100 might go to zero. But thousands of them together, will not.

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