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Asia stocks mixed after Wall Street slumps to worst day in weeks

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By ZIMO ZHONG

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OH wow. It slumps for 1 day in weeks. What a clickbait headline. trying to increase fear and worry in anyone who hasn't read a book on investing. Now let's look at it from say January 2024. The S&P500 is up more than 7% smashing any interest you'd get from a Japanese bank, The S&P500 5-day run is UP. 1 month run is UP. 6Month run is UP. YTD is up. On the year it's UP. This is just noise. Please come back and have an article when it has slipped 5% or 10 % or corrects.

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Markets don't uncertainty, Biden's collapsing mentally, physically and politically, and thus a big unknow as to what's next for the democrats....Gavin seems likely!

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Markets don't uncertainty, Biden's collapsing mentally, physically and politically, and thus a big unknow as to what's next for the democrats....Gavin seems likely!

"Sir, this is an Arby's."

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Why are Bitcoin and Gold rallying? Pure hedging, inflation not under control, energy rallying too as too much money printing, record US Govt. deficits, CNBC, approx. $1 Trillion EVERY 100 days, Japan's not great either!

Corp earnings due to greedflation $price gouging profits, not sustainable as consumer spending, savings and inflation adjusted incomes continue to drop.

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Japan’s Nikkei 225 index was virtually flat at 40,090.78.

The Shanghai Composite index fell 0.2% to 3,040.82.

Nikkei is still above 40,000! With a push for investor-friendly policies, Nikkei is poised to rise in the coming years. In contrast, Chinese stocks are expected to continue falling due to their anti-investor policies. Japan represents a new era, while China is reminiscent of an older Japan.

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